Journal of Criminal Law and Process. - 1912, No. 1 - 1913, No. 4. - St. Petersburg: VD Nabokov, 1912-1913. - Podzag: 1912 No. 3 - 1913 Published under the Russian group of the International Union of Criminalists. Published with the closest participation: M. N. Gernet, A. A. Zhizhilenko, E. M. Kulishera, P.I. Lublinsky, VD Nabokov, NN Polyansky, and MP Chubinsky. Exit. 4 times a year
I. Nabokov, Vladimir Dmitrievich (1869-1922). II. Gernet, Mikhail Nikolayevich (1874-1953). III. Zhizhilenko, Alexander Alexandrovich (1873-1930). IV. Kulisher, Eugene Mikhailovich (1881-1956). V. Lublinsky, Pavel Isaakovich (1882-1938). VI. Polyansky, Nikolai Nikolayevich (1878-1961). VII. Chubinsky, Mikhail Pavlovich (1871-1943). VIII. International Union of Criminalists. Russian band.
1. Power (collection). 2. Domestic serials and continuing editions (collection). 3. Criminal law - Russia - 19 - beginning. 20 centuries. -- Periodicals. 4. Juridical journals - Russia - 19 - 20 centuries.
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1913, No. 3. - 1913. - 174 p. + adj. (15 seconds). - Ver. adj .: Russian group of the International Union of Criminalists: general meeting of the Group in St. Petersburg on March 28-31, 1912 (cont.). Contents: Conditional release and uncertain verdicts in the North. America (the end) / PI Lublinsky. The Revolutionary Tribunal in France (March 10, 1793 - May 31, 1795) (ending) / NI Idelson. Word and the business of Gosudarevo (to the study of the history of political crimes in Russia) / A. Ya. Likhterman. New military regulations on punishment / VD Pletnev. On the question of the interpretation of Art. 476. mouth. angle. court. LN Brovkovich. Procedural issues in the practice of the Senate for 1912 / VN Novikov, [and others]. - Bibliography: p. 157-173 and in the footnote. note.