Baudžiamosios teisinės kovos su organizuotu nusikalstamumu priemonės kitų valstybių įstatymuose.
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This article analyses the punishable leagal means in fight with organised crime in several countries. The penal laws and other legislative acts which are related in this article show the problems and how they are applying in fight with criminals in other countries. The main attention is shown to the countries which have old and profound traditions in fighting with organised crime, such as Italy and USA. Namely these two countries have the biggest amount of punishable leagal means applying which it is possible to have an influence to organised crime. There is analysed the legislation of the other countries, which have the separate leagal systems, and how these punishable means effect on organised crime. That is an experience of Germany, Austria, Australia, Russia, Byelorussia, Japan, Latvia and other countries. The experience in this sphere is important in all countries, but it isn't possible to copy and move mechanicaly these norms into the laws and legislative acts of other countries. The organised crime, as a specific social accurrence, is different in all countries, it has the various forms and structure, different spheres of activities, which are predetermined by social, economic, politic and other causes. Therefore, in this article the author tries to show how separate countries respond to the problem of organised crime and what legal means and methods are taken to stop the growth of this phenomenon. The article is ended by analysing the activities of the international organizations and what is their role in fighting with organised crime.
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