|Subject(s):||Criminal and penal law|
|Type of legislation:||Law, Act|
|Entry into force:|
|Published on:||Zinotajs, 1998-08-04, No. 15, pp. 92-165
|Bibliography:||Zinotajs, 1998-08-04, No. 15, pp. 92-165
Unofficial English translation (as amended) Translation and Terminology Centre, Latvia, 107 p. (consulted on 2005-10-24)
|Abstract/Citation:||General Part. Chap. I: General Provisions; Chap. II: Criminal Offences; Chap. III: Circumstances which exclude Criminal Liability; Chap. IV: Sentence; Chap. V: Determination of Sentence; Chap. VI: Release from Criminal Liability and Sentence; Chap. VII: Special Nature of Criminal Liability of Minors; Chap. VIII: Compulsory Measures of a Medical Nature. Special Part. Chap. IX: Crimes against Humanity, Peace, War Crimes and Genocide; Chap. X: Crimes against the State; Chap. XI: Criminal Offences against the Environment; Chap. XII: Homicide; Chap. XIII: Criminal Offences against bodily Integrity of Persons; Chap. XIV: Criminal Offences against Fundamental Rights and Freedoms (violation of occupational safety, violation of equality of rights); Chap. XV: Criminal Offences against personal Liberty, Honor and Dignity; Chap. XVI: Criminal Offences against Morals and Sexual Crimes (compelling engaging in prostitution, sexual exploitation); Chap. XVII: Criminal Offences against the Family and Minors. Chap. XVIII: Criminal Offences against Property; Chap. XIX: Criminal Offences of an Economic Nature; Chap. XX: Criminal Offences against General Safety and Public Order; Chap. XXI: Criminal Offences against Traffic Safety; Chap. XXII: Criminal Offences against Administrative Order; Chap. XXIII: Criminal Offences against Administration of Justice; Chap. XXIV: Criminal Offences committed in State Authority Service; Chap. XXV: Criminal Offences committed in Military Service. Transitional provisions.
Article 146 provides for offence of violation of occupational protection provisions.