PECULIARITIES OF THE LEGAL STATUS OF IMPRISONED MINORS

PECULIARITIES OF THE LEGAL STATUS OF IMPRISONED MINORS

Authors

  • Salokhova Sarvinoz Master’s Student Theory and Practice of Criminal Law Faculty Tashkent State University of Law

Keywords:

minors, criminal punishment, correctional colonies, imprisonment, education, post- penitentiary adaptation.

Abstract

The aim of this article is to define a legal status and specific features of minors who executed imprisonment in correctional colonies. The article also describes the ongoing reforms in the Republic of Uzbekistan to expand the rights of prisoners. Furthermore, the norms of the Criminal Executive Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan to ensure the rights of imprisoned minors are analyzed.
In this article, the international standards in ensuring the rights and legitimate interests of minors are described, and the legal norms and law enforcement practices of foreign countries such as Italy, Latvia, Great Britain, and Russia are compared.
In addition, the author gives suggestions to evolve legislation of the rights and freedoms, particularly, the right to get an education and the rights of convicts to effectively assist in their post-penitentiary adaptation during the release phase of minors who have been sentenced by the legislation of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Criminal Executive Code.

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Published

2021-07-16

How to Cite

Sarvinoz, S. (2021) “PECULIARITIES OF THE LEGAL STATUS OF IMPRISONED MINORS: PECULIARITIES OF THE LEGAL STATUS OF IMPRISONED MINORS”, TSUL Legal Report International electronic scientific journal, 2(1), pp. 143-150. Available at: https://legalreport.tsul.uz/index.php/journal/article/view/55 (Accessed: 23September2021).

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Section

00.08 – Criminal law, crime prevention. Criminology. Criminal-executive law