Graciela Flores Flores

Graciela Flores Flores
Autonomous University of Coahuila | UAdeC · Escuela de Ciencias Sociales

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p>En 1782 se mandó dividir la ciudad de México en ocho cuarteles mayores y 32 menores con ánimo de facilitar el camino de la justicia. A la par, se crearon distintos personajes para cuidar del orden. El presente artículo tiene por principal finalidad conocer a los agentes de seguridad y vigilancia (auxiliares de cuartel, “guardafaroleros”, cabos y...
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El presente artículo pretende acercarnos a dos dimensiones de la impartición de justicia en la Ciudad de México: el aspecto judicial, por un lado, y el criminal, por el otro. La cartografía judicial será crucial para poder representar los juzgados de letras de la capital durante el periodo de 1824 a 1846, amén de que a partir de algunas modestas es...
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The purpose of this article is to study the History of Justice and the Law in Mexico from 1841 to 1857. In this period, the legal mechanisms that later fought two of the pillars of the old Regime Justice (the Broad Judicial discretion with which judges and normative pluralism) were developed through two requirements: The baseline of sentences and t...
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El presente artículo tiene como finalidad estudiar un periodo de la historia de la justicia y el derecho en México que comprende de 1841 a 1857, en el que se gestaron los mecanismos jurídicos que posteriormente combatieron dos de los pilares de la justicia de Antiguo Régimen (el amplio arbitrio judicial con el que contaban los jueces y el pluralism...
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This study deals with a first encoder trial in Mexico. The Law of 5 January 1857 common elements gave judges to impose sentences and penalties as con­tained elements such as criminal and civil liability; a catalog of aggravating circumstances, mitigating or exculpatory, and includes the prison in the cata­log of existing penalties. Elements that fa...
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Criminal justice in courts of ordinary jurisdiction underwent a significant shift in the nineteenth century as it adapted to the demands of modernization and broke away from the former bases to have underpinned it, such as judicial discretion, a power that allowed judges to decide a case without stating the legal grounds for the decision. In Mexico...
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This research is a journey that deals of materials conditions and sanitary in one of the most emblematic of Mexican prisons the second half of the nineteenth century, the Belem. Heiress to a time when the prison systems were seen as the best option to achieve the amendment of criminals; much of its existence was marked by a plethora of material sho...