Įstatymų, nustatančių baudžiamąją atsakomybę už neteisėtus veiksmus su psichotropinėmis arba narkotinėmis medžiagomis, tobulinimo problemos
Pečkaitis, Justinas Sigitas
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Rapid spread of psychotropic and narcotic substances and growth of crime rate connected with it, increasing threat of organized crime connected with illegal trade of drugs cause the necessity of further development of criminal laws defining liability for illegal actions with psychotropic or narcotic substances. It could be done in these trends: Primarily, further differentiation of criminal liability taking into consideration matters of analyzed crimes. Dependently on characteristics of psychotropic and drugs substances, they could be divided at least into three groups: − especially strong psychotropic and narcotic substances causing threat to a person’ s life (e.g. cocaine, opium and its preparation, lysergide (LSD) and others); − psychotropic or narcotic substances dangerous to a person’ s life and health (e.g. cannabis and composition parts, amphetamines); − psychotropic or narcotic substances injurious to a person’ s health - so called mild narcotic drugs (e.g. some morphine preparations, marijuana, etc.). Secondly, criminalization of new acts and decriminalization of some of them. Thirdly, taking into consideration the experience of other countries, 1988 UN Convention and existing situation in Lithuania, besides the already predicted qualifying circumstances, it is necessary to supply them with some new circumstances.
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