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Incitement and aiding and abetting - Attempted participation

VI. Attempted participation

The prerequisite for the criminal liability of incitement and aiding and abetting is that the main offense has been completed or at least attempted. In the latter case there is one criminal incitement to or complicity in an attempted act in front.

You have to distinguish the tried participation. Attempted participation is spoken of if the Participation actionbe it instigation or aiding and abetting, not effective until attempted was because

erroneously inciting the participants omnimodo facturus wanted to determine the commission of the offense, or

the Main act not even tried has been.

Attempted incitement is a punishable offense tried aid on the other hand unpunished.

With Section 30, the legislature now has the Preparation of perpetration or incitement criminalized. However, these preparations are only punishable if they relate to a crime. The reason for the punishment is probably an increased risk potential, which results from the fact that several people work together. In the case of attempted incitement and acceptance of the offer, this risk is based on the fact that the perpetrator of Section 30, through his behavior, initiates an event that can no longer be easily controlled by him, which can lead to the execution of the crime. Schönke / Schröder-Heine / Weißer Section 30 marginal no 1. When committing a crime, the reason for punishment can be seen in an increased self-commitment of the offender and the easier overcoming of concerns. Schönke / Schröder-Heine / Weißer § 30 marginal number 1.

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Note that Section 30 does not standardize a criminal offense, but is a provision of the General Part. In the exam you must therefore always cite the norms that should be implemented.

 

1. Attempted incitement in accordance with Section 30 Paragraph 1

Attempted incitement is regulated in Section 30 (1). She is only punishable if she becomes one crime he follows. Reason for punishment the attempted incitement in accordance with Section 30 (1) is the danger to the legal interest that emanates from such inciting. requirement for attempted incitement is that the intent of the instigator is aimed at evoking the main perpetrator's decision to act as well as the execution and completion of the planned main act and that he starts the act accordingly.

Section 30 (1) covers both attempted incitement and attempted “chain incitement”.

The structure of Section 30 (1) is as follows:

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How to Check: Attempted incitement

I.

Preliminary examination

 

1.

no full liability

 

2.

Criminal liability only for crimes

II.

Decision to act

 

1.

regarding the primary intentional and unlawful act of another

 

2.

regarding determining

III.

Immediate starting to instigate one's own act

IV.

illegality

V.

fault

VI.

Withdrawal in accordance with Section 31 Paragraph 1 No. 1 or Paragraph 2

With regard to the criminal nature of the act, it is not the actual situation that matters, but the idea of ​​the instigator.

BGHSt 4, 254; 8, 294. If the instigator assumes that the main perpetrator will commit a crime, an attempted incitement is present. So for the attempted incitement, the general rules of the attempt. At the Decision to act is exclusively on the subjective idea of ​​the perpetrator and not based on the actual objective circumstances. Then it must be asked whether the perpetrator according to these ideas about his act, namely the incitement, has started immediately.
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A has a vital interest in killing B because he wants to benefit from life insurance. To this end, he contacts C and tells him that if he kills B he will receive € 10,000. A does not know that C is already determined to kill B. C is delighted to accept the € 10,000 and then kills B.

Complete incitement cannot be assumed here, since B was an omnimodo facturus that could not be incited. Attempted incitement, however, comes into consideration, which is also punishable under Section 30 (1), since killing is a crime under Section 212. A's decision to act was aimed at making C commit murder of B out of greed. Furthermore, A wanted to determine C by paying the money. The decision to act thus included the objective fact of incitement. Corresponding to this decision to act, A started immediately with his own action, the determination, because he had already spoken to C, so that he had already undertaken his action. Since illegality and guilt have also been realized, A has made himself liable to prosecution for attempted incitement.

The resignation the attempted incitement is determined exclusively after Section 31 Paragraph 1 No. 1 or Paragraph 2. Its prerequisites should, however, appear familiar to you from Section 24, so reference is made to the explanations there.

2. Section 30 (2)

According to Section 30 (2), the conspiratorial decision-making punished for the commission of a crime. Thereafter it is punishable

anyone who declares himself ready to commit a crime or to instigate it (Section 30 (2), 1st case),

who accepts someone else's offer to commit a crime or to instigate him (Section 30 (2), 2nd case) or

anyone who agrees to commit a crime or to incite another person (Section 30 (2), 3rd case).

The most important case of Section 30 (2) is the Crime dating represents. She is as a preliminary stage of complicity and requires a will of at least 2 people who either want to commit the planned act in complicity or who want to instigate someone else to carry it out with complicityWessels / Beulke / Satzger Criminal Law AT No. 808.

A Declare yourself ready exists if the perpetrator leaves the decision on the implementation of the offered act to the addressee and wants to feel bound by his promise in the event of acceptance Schönke / Schröder-Heine / Weißer § 30 marginal number 22. Does the perpetrator only give the explanation to appear, it fails because of the will to commit.

 

Video: Incitement and Aid - Attempted Participation

At the Accepting someone else's offer the perpetrator agrees that someone else who has previously declared himself ready to commit a crime may carry out the act.

The resignation The attempted participation is regulated according to § 31 Paragraph 1 No. 2 and 3 and Paragraph 2.

Insofar as the planned crime is carried out later or reaches the stage of the attempt, Section 30 applies subsidiary. It should be noted, however, that Section 30 does not withdraw from penal provisions that do not relate to the planned crime.

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A and B agree to go into J's jewelry store in the evening and take the jewelry with them. They plan to kill the J if, contrary to expectations, he should still be present. In fact, however, the act can take place without killing J because he has already left the business.

This is a complicit theft in a particularly serious case. In addition, there is an appointment for robbery and murder in accordance with §§ 249, 211, 30 Paragraph 2.

The following results for the structure:

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How to check: criminal liability according to § 30 para. 2

I.

Objective fact

 

1.

Definitely and specifically planned crime

 

2.

Preparatory action in accordance with Section 30, Paragraph 2

II.

Subjective fact

 

 

Intentional intent with regard to the planned crime as well as taking one's own preparatory act.

III.

illegality

IV.

fault

V.

Withdrawal in accordance with Section 31 Paragraph 1 No. 2/3 or Paragraph 2