Section 80. Imposition of a penalty below the minimum penalty or a less severe type of penalty

The penalty may be set below the minimum penalty of the penal provision or to a less severe penalty type when the offender
  1. a.
    1. 1.
      without knowing he/she was under suspicion has to a significant degree prevented or reversed the harm caused by the offence, or
    2. 2.
      has made an unreserved confession,
  2. b.
    is being sentenced for attempt,
  3. c.
    1. 1.
      has acted on the basis of a dependent relationship to another participant, or
    2. 2.
      has only participated to a minor degree,
  4. d.
    has exceeded the limits of
    1. 1.
      an act of necessity (see section 17),
    2. 2.
      self-defence (see section 18), or
    3. 3.
      self-enforcement (see section 19),
  5. e.
    has acted out of justifiable anger, under compulsion or under obvious danger,
  6. f.
    at the time of the act had a significantly impaired perception of reality because of a severely deviant state of mind, mental disability or impaired consciousness, but is not unaccountable pursuant to section 20 second paragraph,
  7. g.
    has acted in a self-induced state of intoxication or in a self-induced state of unaccountability pursuant to section 20 fourth paragraph, and there are particularly mitigating circumstances,
  8. h.
    is under 18 years of age at the time of the act, or
  9. i.
    has acted under negligent ignorance of the law when violating a penal provision which requires intent or gross negligence.