On the Difference Between Omission Criminal Made and Accomplice

Qiu-hua HONG


There has been formed many viewpoints in criminal law world regarding the issue of how to distinguish omission criminal made and accomplice; in general, however, they can be classified into three categories of principle criminal made theory, principle accomplice theory, and compromise theory. Although these three types of viewpoints have both advantages and drawbacks as well; on the whole, they are unable to propose satisfactory answers on how to differentiate omission criminal made and accomplice. In view of this, author, with the hope to settle this issue, present his unique opinion from Pflichtdelikt and dominated committed perspective. Keywords: omission; criminal made; accomplice; dominated committed; PflichtdeliktRésumé: Afin de faire la question de différenciation avec le complice d'inaction, des cercles de loi de châtiments ont formé un grand nombre de vues à ce sujet. Mais on peut diviser ces vues en trois catégories: le principe qui fait, le principe qui permet de faire et le principe qui compromet. Ces trois types de vue ont leurs avantages et leurs défauts. Pourtant, ces trois types de vue ne peuvent pas donner une réponse satisfaisante pour distinguer le complice d'inaction. Pour cette raison, dans l'espoir de résoudre ce problème, je voudrais faire l'introduction, l'évaluation et l'analyse de ces trois types de vues, et proposer mon propre point de vue de faire et de contrôler l'angle qui est fait volontairement.Mots-clés: omission, criminel, complice, devoir délit commis dominé

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720100603.006


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