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Ілгар Гулієв. Кримінальна відповідальність як сучасна проблема кримінального права України//Наука онлайн: Международный научный электронный журнал. - 2022. - №1. - https://nauka-online.com/publications/yurisprudentsiya/2022/1/04-6/
(English) The state performs the most important function - to counteract criminal offenses and punish those who committed it, in order to create and guarantee security and peace to its citizens. The most common form of criminal response to the commission of criminal offenses is criminal liability, which is the main means of combating crime. It is a fundamental element of criminal law. The current legislation does not contain a definition of criminal liability, but some scholars in their work, claim that it is the legal obligation of the perpetrators to be subjected to criminal law for the crime. Others believe that criminal liability is the forced state conviction of a person who has committed a crime by establishing certain restrictions of a personal, property nature, which are provided by the Criminal Code of Ukraine. Since Ukraine's independence, criminal law has marked many changes on the path to perfection. Despite this, there are still current problems in the rules of criminal law. Among the modern problematic aspects of criminal law, a special place is occupied by the issue of criminal liability. This article analyzes the problematic aspects of criminal liability, which together create one of the current problems of criminal law in general. During the work, a number of works of scientists who considered this issue were researched and analyzed. The relevance of this topic lies in the analysis of conflicts and gaps in criminal law in the field of criminal liability. In addition, there is a need to address and propose ways to improve national criminal law, which will overcome the problems in this matter. Taken together, such research guarantees the achievement of social justice by sentencing the offender, correcting him in the future, and preventing future crimes by that offender as well as others.