THE STATUS AND SIGNIFICANCE OF LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY IN THE LEGAL SYSTEM OF RUSSIAN SOCIETY
Only a few scientific works in Russian legal studies are devoted to the status of legal responsibility in the Russian legal framework. This article examines the status of legal responsibility in the legal system of Russian society and proposes a new approach and defines the relationships between legal responsibility and legal awareness, legal culture, and regulation of social relations on the basis of authors’ consecutive studies as well as other viewpoints presented in the literature. Authors outlined the features of legal responsibility in the context of Russian legal framework and social relations, highlighting criteria of legal behavior and Russian legal norms contributing to the development of this phenomenon.
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