Article 139. Murder
1. Willful unlawful deprivation of another person’s life (murder) is punishable by imprisonment for a term of six to fifteen years.
1) two or more persons;
2) obviously young, old or a person in a helpless state;
3) knowingly for the guilty pregnant woman;
4) involving the abduction of a person or the seizure of a hostage;
5) committed in a generally hazardous manner;
6) committed with extreme cruelty;
7) associated with rape or sexual assault;
8) in order to conceal another crime or facilitate its commission;
9) in order to obtain a graft or the use of parts of a corpse;
10) a person or his relatives in connection with the performance of his official activities or the fulfillment of public duty;
11) a person or his relatives for refusing this person to participate in the commission of a crime;
12) out of mercenary motives, either for hire, or accompanied by robbery, extortion or banditry;
13) from hooliganism motives;
14) based on racial, national, religious hatred or enmity, political or ideological enmity, as well as based on hostility or enmity towards any social group;
15) committed by a group of persons;
16) committed by a person who has previously committed a murder, with the exception of murder provided for in Articles 140 – 143 of this Code, shall be punished with imprisonment from eight to twenty-five years, or life imprisonment, or the death penalty, and in the circumstances provided for by paragraph 12 parts the second of this article, with or without confiscation of property.
Article 147. Deliberately causing grievous bodily harm.
1. Intentionally causing grievous bodily harm, that is, damage that is life-threatening, or entails loss of vision, speech, hearing, any organ or organ loss of its functions, abortion, mental disorder (disease), another health disorder, combined with a persistent loss of general working capacity of not less than one third, or caused a health disorder associated with an injury to the bones of the skeleton, for a period exceeding four months, or expressed in an indelible disfigurement of the face or neck, on It is a restriction of liberty for a term of three to five years or imprisonment for a term of four to eight years.
2. The same act committed:
1) in relation to a person who is known to be young, aged or in a helpless state;
2) in relation to the abducted person or hostage;
3) in a manner of torture or torture;
4) in order to obtain a graft;
5) in relation to a person or his relatives in connection with the performance of his official activities or the fulfillment of public duty;
6) from mercenary motives or for hire;
7) out of hooligan motives;
8) based on racial, national, religious enmity or enmity, political or ideological enmity, as well as based on enmity or enmity towards any social group;
9) a group of persons;
10) in a generally dangerous manner; shall be punished with imprisonment for a term of five to ten years.
3. The acts provided for in paragraphs 1 or 2 of this article, committed repeatedly, either by a person who previously committed another crime involving the intentional infliction of grievous bodily harm, or who previously committed a murder (with the exception of the crimes provided for in Articles 140 – 143 of this Code), equal in relation to two or more persons, or entailing the death of the victim through negligence, are punished with imprisonment for a term of five to fifteen years.
Article 162. Inadequate performance of professional duties by a medical worker
1. Inadequate performance of professional duties by a health worker, resulting in the patient, through negligence, of serious or less serious bodily injury, is punished with a fine or deprivation of the right to occupy certain positions or engage in certain activities with a fine, or correctional work for up to two years, or restriction of freedom same term with a fine.
2. The same act that negligently caused the patient’s death or HIV infection is punishable by restriction of liberty for a term of up to five years or imprisonment for the same term with a fine and with the deprivation of the right to occupy certain positions or engage in certain activities or without deprivation.