Item #1791 [RUSSIAN LEGAL SYSTEM] Sluzhebnye prestupleniia [i.e. Malfeasance]. B. Volzhenkin.
[RUSSIAN LEGAL SYSTEM] Sluzhebnye prestupleniia [i.e. Malfeasance]

[RUSSIAN LEGAL SYSTEM] Sluzhebnye prestupleniia [i.e. Malfeasance]

Item #1791

Moscow: Iurist, 2000. 368 pp. 21,2х14 cm. In original illustrated wrappers. Rubbed, otherwise very good. One of 5000 copies. Rare.

The book was a part of “Pinkerton Investigator Series”. It was released for practicing lawyers, prosecutors, judges, as well as students and professors of criminal law.
The manual contains three sections: “History of Development of Russian Legislation on Professional Misconduct”, “Malfeasances in Contemporary Criminal Law”, “Malfeasances in Foreign Legal Systems”.
The author, professor Boris Volzhenkin (1937–2008) was a Russian legal scholar and criminologist. He graduated from the juridical department of the Leningrad State University in 1960. In 1963-1966, he served as prosecutor in Leningrad. Until 1996, he worked at the Institute for Advanced Training of Prosecutors and Investigators, holding different positions. In 1991, he defended his doctoral dissertation “Secret Abuse of Office: Embezzlement, Abuse of Office, Bribery”.
He is the author of about 200 scientific papers on various issues of criminal law and criminology, including 14 monographs. Among them are such well-known works as “Qualification of Malfeasance” (1973), “Circumstances Conducive to the Commission of Serious Crimes against Life and Health, and Their Identification in the Investigation Process” (1982), etc.
In contemporary Russia, Volzhenkin headed the working group of the Supreme Council of the Russian Federation, which created the first draft law on the fight against corruption.

The only copy is located in LoC.

Price: $250.00

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