ISSN 1452-6662
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Grupa: RULE OF LAW (individual rights and law enforcement)
Izdanje: AMNESTY LAW 107/2012-3
Published in the Službeni glasnik RS, No. 107/12 of 9 November 2012
Sekcija: AMNESTY LAW 107/2012-3

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  • Article 1

    Persons finally convicted of the criminal offences prescribed by the laws of the Republic of Serbia or formerly prescribed by the laws that have ceased to be in force, who are on the date of entry into force of this Law serving the prison sentences in the Republic of Serbia or who have not yet begun to serve the prison sentence or those who have been transferred to a foreign country in order to serve a prison sentence shall be acquitted from the enforcement of 25% of the prison sentence imposed.

    The persons referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article who have been finally convicted of a prison sentence of the duration of up to three months for the first time shall be acquitted from the enforcement of the prison sentence in its entirety, and those that have been finally convicted for the first time to a prison sentence of the duration from three to six months shall be acquitted from the enforcement of 50% of the prison sentence imposed.

    The persons referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article that are finally convicted of the criminal offence of aggravated murder prescribed by Article 114 of the Criminal Code (Službeni glasnik RS, Nos. 85/05, 88/05 - Corrigendum, 107/05 - Corrigendum, 72/09 and 111/09), and/or of the criminal offence of murder (Article 47, paragraph 2) and criminal offence of aggravated cases of aggravated larceny and grand larceny (Article 169, paragraph 2) prescribed by the Criminal Law of the Republic of Serbia (Službeni glasnik SRS, Nos. 26/77, 28/77 - Corrigendum, 43/77 - Corrigendum, 20/79, 24/84, 39/86, 51/87, 6/89, 42/89 and 21/90 and Službeni glasnik RS, Nos. 16/90, 26/91 - decision of the CCY, 75/91 - decision of the CCRS, 9/92, 49/92, 51/92, 23/93, 67/93, 47/94, 17/95, 44/98, 10/02, 11/02 - Corrigendum, 80/02 - other law, 39/03 and 67/03) shall be acquitted from enforcement of 10% of the prison sentence imposed.

    The persons referred to in paragraph 3 of this Article who on the date of entry into force of this Law have turned 70 years shall be acquitted from the enforcement of 25% of the prison sentence imposed.

  • Article 2

    The following finally convicted persons shall not be subjects to amnesty:

    - those convicted to a prison sentence from 30 to 40 years;

    - those convicted of the criminal offences against humanity and other rights protected by the international law (Articles 370 through 393), criminal offences against sexual freedom (Articles 178 through 185b), criminal offence of domestic violence (Article 194, paras. 2 through 4), criminal offence of unauthorized production of narcotics and placing thereof in circulation (Article 246, paragraph 4), criminal offences against the constitutional order and security of the Republic of Serbia (Art. 305 through 321), criminal offence of taking bribe (Article 367) and criminal offence of giving bribe (Article 368) prescribed by the Criminal Code (Službeni glasnik RS, Nos. 85/05, 88/05 - Corrigendum, 107/05 - Corrigendum, 72/09 and 111/09), and/or by other laws that have ceased to be in force;

    - convicted by the courts of relevant jurisdiction and/or by the special departments thereof, in the proceedings conducted in compliance with the jurisdiction laid down by the Law on Organisation and Competence of State Authorities in Suppression of Organized Crime, Corruption and Other Grave Criminal Offences (Službeni glasnik RS, Nos. 42/02, 27/03, 39/03, 60/03, 67/03 - CC, 29/04, 58/04 - other law, 45/05, 61/05, 72/09, 72/11 - other law and 101/11 - other law).

    Persons that by the date of entry into force of this Law have been more than three times finally convicted to an unconditional prison sentence and where deletion has not been performed or where there are no conditions for deletion of any one of the convictions shall not be subject to amnesty either.

    The persons referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 of this Article that on the date of entry into force of this Law have turned 70 years of age shall be acquitted from the enforcement of 25% of the sanction imposed.

  • Article 3

    The finally convicted persons against whom a single prison sentence has been imposed shall be acquitted from the enforcement of the single sanction for the percentage of acquittal from the sanction prescribed by this Law of the previously determined individual sanction for the criminal offences covered by this amnesty.