The Hiroshima Law Journal Volume 41 Issue 4
2018-03-05 発行

近時のドイツ判例に見る同意傷害の処罰範囲(一)

Punishment of bodily harm with victim’s consent in recent German cases (1)
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In German criminal law, causing bodily harm is justified by the victim’s consent unless the act, regardless of the consent given, violates public morals (§ 228).The Federal Court of Appeals has basically interpreted this restriction to apply to instances of life-threatening harm, but not to violations of majority moral views. However, the Court has made new judgements in two recent cases concerning mass brawls to widen the range of punishment of bodily harm with the victim’s consent. This study introduces and examines these two cases in particular.
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本稿は、科学研究費若手研究B(課題番号25780047 および16K17011)の助成を受けたものである。
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