Part 3. Voluntary Surrender and Meritorious Provider
Article 67. The work of voluntarily providing yourself as much as the authorities and offering a real account of just one’s criminal activity after committing it really is an work of voluntary surrender. Criminal elements whom voluntarily surrender might be provided an inferior punishment or perhaps a punishment that is mitigated. Those one of them whoever crimes are reasonably small could be exempted from punishment.
Where unlawful suspects, defendants, and crooks serving sentences give a real account of the other crimes that are not recognized to the judicial organ, their actions are thought to be an act of voluntary surrender.
Article 68. Unlawful elements who perform meritorious solution by exposing others’s crimes that may be confirmed or whom offer important clues leading the cracking of other instances could be offered a smaller punishment or perhaps a mitigated punishment. People who performed major meritorious solution may be provided with a mitigated punishment or could be exempted from punishment.
People who surrender on their own voluntarily and perform major meritorious service after committing a crime will be provided a mitigated punishment or exempted from punishment.
Part 4. Combined Punishment For Over One Crime
Article 69. The term of sentence that it is decided to be executed, in consideration of the circumstances, shall be less than the total term for all the crimes but more than the maximum term for any of the crimes; however, the term of control cannot exceed three years, the term of criminal detention cannot exceed one year, and fixed-term imprisonment cannot exceed 20 years if a person commits more than one crime before judgment has been pronounced, except where he is sentenced to death or life imprisonment. (more…)