Liability in constitutional law is the main mean of lawful influence of the state on legal subjects that do not comply with the requirements of the legislation in force, thus undermining the rule of law established in society. Each state incorporated in the Constitution and in ordinary laws provisions on the facts to be incriminated and the specific sanctions to be applied to senior state dignitaries, regulating the necessity of prosecution by a public authority of the highest level in the state. Constitutional liability is an aspect of legal accountability that derives from social responsibility in general, a wider and more complex deontological category. According to tradition, both the Moldovan doctrine and the Romanian doctrine distinguish the following forms of legal liability: civil (material), administrative, criminal and disciplinary.
Doctrină: autori români şi străini