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Criminal law, is the body of law that relates to crime. It might be defined as the body of rules that defines conduct that is not allowed because it is held to threaten, harm or endanger the safety and welfare of people, and that sets out the punishment to be imposed on people who do not obey these laws.
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La praxis funcional de la documentoscopia, aborda un espectro muy amplio en la lucha de ciertos entramados delincuenciales. Por ende, creemos oportuno la necesidad de crear un nuevo neologismo científico llamado “documentoscopia vial”, con el objetivo de aunar conocimientos y métodos lo suficientemente eficaces para detectar un documento espurio, q...
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This article analyses the definitional reforms and re-categorisation of sexual offences under the Thai Penal Code in the period of 13 years, namely, the 2007 and 2019 amendments. The incidents are of uniqueness as the 2007 amendment shared much resemblance with jurisdictions that have departed the original meaning of rape and attempted to re-concep...
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Legal wiretapping has gained importance in law enforcement along with the development of information and communication technology. Understanding the language of intercepted persons is essential for the success of a police investigation. Hence, intercept interpreters, as we suggest calling them in this article, are hired. Little is known about this...
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Criminal law has the specificity of being more repressive than other branches of law, such as administrative law and civil law. Doctrinally, the purposes of any criminal judgment are to restore the social justice for the committed offense, to correct (educate) the convicted person, and to prevent the convicted person from committing a new crime in...
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The Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms (the Convention) takes an important place in the doctrine and practice of criminal law of Ukraine and other countries. However, it could present some differences in interpretation of the provisions of the Convention in the Ukrainian legislation and in the practice of the Eur...
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Purpose of the study: The purpose of this paper is to present sentenced mothers in conditions of penitentiary isolation, according to the polish penal law. Women endure imprisonment much worse than men and have more difficulties adjusting to prison's isolation. Especially those who have children - they are concerned about the future and fate of the...
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Pino Abad, Miguel, La malversación de caudales públicos en la España decimonónica (Madrid, Ed. Tecnos, 2019), 313 págs. [ISBN 978-84-309-7691-1]. La monografía que tenemos el honor de recensionar es fruto de una intensa labor investigadora de Miguel Pino Abad, catedrático de Historia del Derecho de la Universidad de Córdoba, enmarcada en el seno de...
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There is sufficient and reasonable suspicion of international crimes committed by Russian military forces on Ukrainian territory – while the Russian administration failed to provide evidence for alleged war crimes and genocidal acts on the side of Ukrainians which served Russia as a pretext for invading the neighbouring country on February 24th 202...
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Article 243 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Moldova provides for liability for money laundering. As a result of the introduction of the syntagma “should have known” in this article, which indicates the negligence, interpretation and application of art. 243 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Moldova began to contradict the foundations o...
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Regardless of the form characterizing the offenses provided by art. 243 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Moldova (“Money Laundering”), their existence is conditioned by the commission of the predicate offense. In art. 243 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Moldova, there are no restrictions on the criminal components that fall under the...
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In order to improve the analysis effect of legal issues of the crime of endangering public safety, this paper analyzes the legal issues of the crime of endangering public safety based on the actual mining algorithm and uses numerical methods to qualitatively study the evolution behavior across phase intervals. Moreover, this paper improves the algo...
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Background Complex manifestation of stigma across personal, community, and structural levels and their effect on HIV outcomes are less understood than effects in isolation. Yet, multilevel approaches that jointly assesses HIV criminalization and personal sexual behavior stigma in relation to HIV testing have not been widely employed or have only fo...
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Legal services and lawyers also called advocates or Attorneys occupy important place in society. Disputes between humans of various types occur regularly , commercial disputes, and then there are several legal work required like environment Protection, Human rights, disputes with states for failure of various services, international laws and legal...
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The subject. The study is devoted to the study of corruption aspect of criminal prosecution of entrepreneurs in Russia. The aim of this paper is to identify typical corrupt practices in the criminal prosecution of entrepreneurs, to investigate their causes, as well as to formulate recommendations for minimizing the identified practices of abuse. Th...
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The development of technology, especially the internet, affects various fields of life, including trade. Trade has changed in terms of the buying and selling process and product marketing. This trading process is better known as electronic-commerce or abbreviated as e-commerce. The definition of e-commerce according to Laudon & Laudon (1998) is a p...
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This article explores in which ways politicians’ law-and-order rhetoric and citizens’ attitudes and concerns about crime engage with each other in European countries. The focus is on the ‘constructionist’ or ‘framing’ model which posits that citizens’ attitudes about crime and punishment are influenced and ‘framed’ by political rhetoric. We capture...
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Historically Africa has suffered from numerous conflicts which are typically addressed through international criminal law mechanisms and courts, but the need for a broader approach is both evident and demanded. This book pulls together the debates originating from the conference “Criminal Justice and Accountability in Africa: National and Regional...
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For a long time, legislation codified the unequal status of women in Austrian society in relation to men. Nevertheless, in the early 1970s, some blatantly discriminatory provisions based on the General Civil Code (1811) and the Criminal Code (1852) were still in force. Although Austria was one of the first European states to grant women universal s...
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Legal narratives about collective violence have given an outsized explanatory role to propaganda in conflicts such as the Rwandan genocide and the Yugoslav Wars. While post-conflict ethnographies have examined what Rwandans remember about propaganda and collective violence, similar studies have not been undertaken in territories of the former Yugos...
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Resumen: La relación histórica entre el derecho internacional clásico y las víctimas de crímenes internacionales fue de indiferencia. El primer tímido avance se produce entrado el siglo XX, al reconocerse ciertos crímenes internacionales. Sin embargo, el reconocimiento efectivo comenzará a gestarse ya en el siglo XXI con la vigencia de la Corte Pen...
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Enforcement measures for intellectual property rights (IPR) are essential to the harmonisation of the international system and can be achieved by unifying national legal frameworks and minimum standards of protection. The Member States party to international intellectual property (IP) agreements and conventions must abide by the World Trade Organis...
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The object of the present study is the analysis of a project developed by the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Moldova, which proposes amendments to the provisions of Chapter IV "Crimes related to sexual life" of the special part of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Moldova. The stated objective of the project is to align these provisions...
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RESUMEN Investigación descriptiva que tiene como objetivo dar a conocer los derechos que los pueblos y comunidades indígenas del Estado de Guerrero-México tienen a partir de los usos y costumbres como forma de vida interna, mismos que son reconocidos por tratados, convenios internacionales y la Constitución Política de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos....
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Die Strafbarkeit des illegalen Waffenhandels ist in den meisten Staaten eine Normalität. Selten stellt sich indes die Frage der theoretischen Begründung dieser Kriminalisierung. Am Beispiel des Schweizer Waffenrechts prüfen die Autoren, ob die Legtimierung der entsprechenden Strafnormen gelingt. Tatsächlich können die Delikte theoretisch begründet...
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Con la perdita di vigore dei postulati positivisti e il complicarsi del sistema delle fonti, si ha da tempo l’impressione che il momento processuale si sia in qualche modo “emancipato” dal ruolo ancillare astrat- tamente attribuitogli, e che il giudice, ormai non più strettamente “soggetto” alla legge, abbia guadagnato una posizione di dominanza ne...
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This study aims to optimize the enterprise criminal law-based copyright protection. This exploration discusses the role of the entrepreneurial spirit (ES) in criminal law-based copyright protection. To study the relationship between ES and criminal law-based copyright protection, the concepts of ES, criminal law-based copyright protection, and ente...
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Stigma and discrimination are a constant reality for the 37.7 million people living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) around the globe. Fear over vertical transmission has fuelled HIV criminalization: laws that target people living with HIV for acts deemed to be a transmission risk. Research has now shown that many of these behaviours, includ...
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Resumen En el presente artículo se aborda la evolución dogmática y político criminal respecto del tema de la responsabilidad de la persona jurídica, la cual ha pasado de un rotundo no al desconocimiento del principio "societas delinquere non potest" a una apertura paulatina en los países del sistema de derecho continental, motivado por los nuevos r...
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"Punishment and Private Law" is filled with brilliant and stimulating ideas. Its greatest merit is to explore the question of punishment in private law beyond the somewhat parochial issue of punitive damages. In my review, I argue that private law punishment (i.e., punishment ordered to support the distinctive aims of private law) must remain disti...
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In criminal law, owners who allow their livestock to damage other people's land or gardens can be held legally responsible, as regulated in Article 549, paragraph 1 of the Criminal Code. However, in practice in the field, there are still people who keep their livestock in other people's gardens. This study aims to examine criminal sanctions against...
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Criminal justice is an integral part of any legal system. It includes identification of crime, procedure and administration of litigants among others. Illegal action or activity for which a person can be punished by law is called a crime (jināyah) under Islamic Law. It is also called an offence which is equally defined as an act or omission which i...
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Violations of species protection law are generally punished according to administrative criminal law and the relevant sectoral law (e.g. hunting, nature conservation or animal protection law). In implementing the EU environmental crime directive, however, serious violations are to be prosecuted under criminal law using the Criminal Code. Serious vi...
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El Derecho Penal, Buenos Aires, Número 8 - Agosto 2022, pp. 2-6
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Police integrity is critically important because of the nature of police work: most police field work is under-supervised where unethical interactions could happen in low visibility, and in a non-invocation milieu. The aim of this research is to investigate police officers’ self-recognized integrity. We broke the new methodological ground by advanc...
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This paper presents the results of a research on the representations of femicide in the judicial field, in Italy. The use of the term femicide is analysed through the lens of the normative process, examining its social meanings and questioning its political and economic anchoring using the “juridical field” model (Bourdieu 1986). The essay is based...
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Indonesia is a state of law, as mandated in the Indonesian constitution. And also Indonesia is a democratic country that upholds the sovereignty of the people, this is certainly inseparable from the problems that then arise by the people and the sovereign government, namely an act which is then carried out by a person or group of people to overthro...
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The article is devoted to two storylines related to the reflection of the criminal procedure reality of the 1860s in the novel Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky. The first storyline is the working method of Porfiry Petrovich and the second is the conviction of Raskolnikov. Researchers traditionally attribute Porfiry’s method to his personal...
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The research is aimed at identifying the main legislative changes made under the conditions of a special legal regime, within the criminal law and criminal process and its impact on the general dynamics of the regulation of relevant social relations. Thus, under the conditions of the introduction of a special legal regime of martial law on the terr...
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Summary: The authors deal with justifiable homicide; manslaughter and infanticide. The paper offers an analysis of the legal provisions of these two criminal offenses prescribed in the three criminal laws / codes in force in the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Through the comparison of these three legal solutions, the paper points out the simi...
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Law enforcement against narcotics abusers is also considered troubling because it does not create legal certainty. Namely the application of material criminal law by judges in the decision of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3790 K/PID.SUS/2020 in the Cassation decision on January 13, 2021 against the Defendant/Inmate Prasetyo...
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Background: The restrictive Brazilian criminal law allows abortion in exceptional cases, such as pregnancy resulting from sexual crime. However, few health services offer care and little is known about these women and abortion outcomes. Objective: To analyze sociodemographic characteristics of women with pregnancy due to sexual violence and factors...
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This article analyses the legality of Western states providing weapons to Ukraine. It focuses on five areas of international law: (1) the jus ad bellum ; (2) the law of neutrality; (3) international humanitarian law; (4) state responsibility for complicity in internationally wrongful acts; and (5) international criminal law. It concludes that weapo...
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In 2020, the Amendment XI to the Criminal Law and the Latest Judicial Interpretation in 2019 by the Supreme Court and Supreme Procuratorate have made information manipulation a key target of regulation. Information manipulation is a new type of securities manipulation crime in which the perpetrator relies on the abuse of information advantage to in...
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The article deals with the problematic issues of establishing criminal liability for offenses that encroach on the established order of execution of court decisions. Based on the analysis of the current Criminal Code of Ukraine, the draft Criminal Code of Ukraine, the provisions of the doctrine of criminal law, positions were formulated regarding t...
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Tras quince años observando a un grupo de gorilas de llanura occidental (Gorilla gorilla) fuera de su hábitat natural bajo cuidado humano creemos poder demostrar que los gorilas rigen su comportamiento e interacciones sociales por normas funcionalmente equivalentes a las normas jurídicas que persiguen la estabilidad del grupo y el mantenimiento de...
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The question of the universality of human rights has arisen in the context of United Kingdom and European Court of Human Rights extradition jurisprudence. It is a consequence of the law requiring that all extraditions must be compatible with human rights. Originating in the European Court of Human Rights, and now found in the Extradition Act 2003,...
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The Dutch criminal law system is based on individual liability, yet part of the crime and violence Outlaw Motorcycle Gang (OMCG) members commit is collective in nature. This study examines the criminal law approach towards collective criminal behavior of OMCG members. The study analyzes police files and court judgements of criminal law cases that w...
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The problem of criminal law is a problem that does not escape people's lives, both rural and urban, including thepeople of Sukaharja Village, Bogor, West Java. They feel anxious because theft is rampant in their village area,children are addicted to playing gadgets causing unwanted consequences for parents such as trying drugs andvictims of cyberbu...
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The responsibility of a notary as a PPAT in the Article 16 section (1) letter f of Law Number 2 of 2014 concerning Amendments to Law Number 30 of 2004 concerning the Position of a Notary (henceforth referred to as LPN) states that a notary is obliged to keep "everything regarding a deed that is made and all information obtained for making the deed...
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This article explores the phenomenon of judicial dissents at the ICC. The main subject is the process of collective decision-making and judicial deliberations in cases where members of a particular ICC chamber cannot reach a consensus on factual, substantive or procedural issues and render a unanimous decision. The article examines why and when int...
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The purpose of this paper is to address the problem of environmental pollution in the territory of Kosovo. Crime against the environment or ecological crime, or else known today as green crime, which refers to the study of environmental crimes and damage to the environment, specifically crime against the environment, deals with causes, consequences...
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Silence has often been studied in international law as a mechanism tied to passivity and oppression. In this study, I propose an exploration of other ontologies of silence by unravelling its possibilities as an active mechanism, namely: (i) a tool for resistance; and (ii) a linguistic device for managing disagreement. For this, I use as an explorat...
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Strafrecht–Psychiatrie–Psychologie. Drei Wissenschaften mit unterschiedlichen Sprachen und Methoden treffen im Strafverfahren aufeinander. So angewiesen die Disziplinen aufeinander sind, so anspruchsvoll gestaltet sich für alle beteiligten Akteure die Zusammenarbeit an der Nahtstelle. Das Potenzial für Missverständnisse und Rollenkonflikte ist ent...
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Social media is now an important factor in the spread of radicalism in Indonesia, this is supported by the use of the internet which shows an increasing trend in Indonesia. This study aims to examine the regulation of the spread of radicalism in Indonesian criminal law, analyze policies to counter radicalism carried out through social media in Indo...
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Alin. (4) art. 243 “Money laundering” of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Moldova enshrines the hypothesis of extraterritoriality of committing the main / predicate offense which is the premise of committing one of the offenses provided in art. 243 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Moldova: “Illegal actions shall also be acts committed ou...
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Let. a) para. (2) art. 171 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Moldova (CC RM) provides liability for rape committed by a person who has previously committed a rape provided in para. (1). This provision is reminiscent of art. 31 “Repetition of the crime” of the CC RM (which was abrogated). The provision of let. a) para. (2) art. 171 of the CC R...
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Síntesis. La razón de Estado identifica el nuevo poder de dominación del Estado. La policía define sus propósitos generales. La policía fiscal es razón de Estado. El poder de tributario es análogo al poder de policía. La discrecionalidad se califica como cosa interna de la Administración. La arbitrariedad, como en el derecho penal, se concentra en...
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This paper examined the narratives of survivors of child marriages. Their perceptions were important in understanding the mindset that drive the contraction of child marriages. The study was carried out in Lusaka and Central provinces of Zambia and used a narrative design. Qualitative data were collected using the semi-structured interview guides....
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Indonesia is the largest oil palm producer. The area of oil palm plantations is approximately 3.4 million. However, this large potential is not part away from legal issues such as illegal oil palm plantations. It is also implied by overlapping regulations and permits. This study aims to examine the policy of illegal oil palm plantations reform and...
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In any utopic vision of the international refugee protection regime at least these two conditions ought to prevail: (1) all those who are genuinely in need of refugee protection will be granted international protection; (2) all those who are responsible for criminality, especially, serious international crimes, shall be held criminally liable. This...
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Law Number 11 of 2012 concerning the Juvenile Criminal Justice System (hereinafter referred to as the SPPA Law) which is a formal criminal law for children specifically regulates punishment that can be imposed on children. The criminal sanctions stipulated in the SPPA Law are different from the criminal sanctions in the Criminal Code. The criminal...
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This paper develops a methodological framework to understand criminal laws as cultural artefacts—as manifestations of structures, processes and struggles which are part of the broader social (re)production of meanings, values and affects. The first section sets out the groundwork for a cultural examination of criminal law, deploying insights from c...
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Rape in simple terminology is an act which is done without a person"s concerned, and is completely against the society. It is a sexual assault which is been conducted by people or with the group of people"s using physical force or manipulation, with or without the person"s consent. "Rape", was a term which was first introduced in India in the "Indi...
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This research deals with the study, analysis and foresight of the historical dimensions of the theory of criminal responsibility and the dialectic of its application in the age of artificial intelligence, as this responsibility is deemed one of the most important theories on which criminal law is based, since it is old and its philosophy is based o...
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n Iranian criminal law, in addition to criminalizing insults to persons, which are interpreted as simple insults In Iranian criminal law, in addition to criminalizing insults to persons, which are interpreted as simple insults and have a private and forgivable aspect, there are several instances of insults with a general description of aggravated c...
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Over the years, several myths have been peddled within societies and academic circles in relation to exploring the mysterious lives of serial killers. Socio-psycho factors have been used to explain some of their criminal behaviour. Some mythologies about serial killers are that most of them are loners, abused children, and sexually motivated killer...
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Although the purpose of international humanitarian law is to limit the effects of armed conflict, it does not contain a general definition of armed conflict that falls within the scope of its application. International humanitarian law does not apply to all forms of violence, such as riots or individual acts. Determining whether to apply internatio...
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This paper focuses on a comprehensive study of penal policy in Slovenia in the last 70 years, providing an analysis of statistical data on crime, conviction, and prison populations. After a sharp political and penal repression in the first years after World War II, penal and prison policy began paving the way to a unique “welfare sanction system”,...
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Objective: Law enforcement officers often encounter alcohol-intoxicated suspects, suggesting that many suspects are presented with the challenge of grasping the meaning and significance of their Miranda rights while intoxicated. Such comprehension is crucial, given that Miranda is intended to minimize the likelihood of coercive interrogations resu...
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The statements of criminal law (statutes, courts decisions and dogmatics) have a normative character. In order to avoid the arbitrariness (the risk of constructivism) of these statements, it is necessary to establish certain limits and conditions. These limits have not empirical, but normative character. Specifically, here I suggest that these limi...
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This study uses judicial leniency as an instrumental variable to estimate the effect on recidivism of a monetary penalty for using or possessing a prohibited drug. Using data from the state of New South Wales, Australia, we find that fines have no measurable effect on recidivism. In contrast, ordinary least square estimates mistakenly suggest that...
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For several decades, federal prosecutors have employed creative theories of criminal fraud to target conduct that might previously have been considered immoral but not criminal. This trend raises the question whether prosecutors are seeking to enforce their notions of moral rectitude through powers of criminal prosecution. Contrary to some who migh...
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This paper examines the interdisciplinary approach of religion and law in the contexts of legal traditions of the world wherein the Talmudic legal tradition has been studied with the core aspects of Western-Christian influence over it. It starts with a brief introduction of the origins of Christian influences as propounded within western approaches...
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Este artículo se dedica, en primer lugar, al análisis y propuesta en clave crítica, a aquellos elementos que en los estudios criminológicos se han destacado como esenciales del terrorismo, para razonar si alguno de los mismos incorpora una lesividad que justifique el plus de desvalor penal que tradicionalmente se le ha presupuesto, y no siempre raz...
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This study aims to find the renewal idea of the children's minimum age for criminal responsibility as an effort to address juvenile crime. The idea of renewal was obtained through a comparison of the minimum age for criminal liability in the positive law contained in the Juvenile Criminal Justice System Law Number 11 of 2012 and Islamic criminal la...
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People are perplexed by the society’s complex and ever-changing risks, which increase their desire for safety. In light of this, and in light of the characteristics of environmental problems and environmental criminal law, this paper attempts to examine some concepts and system design in environmental criminal law using a holistic approach. A user...
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The purpose is to explore the impact of the business environment optimization by Criminal Law Regulation (CLR) on Entrepreneurial Spirit (ES) and Enterprise Development (ED) and to provide a reference for subsequent related research. Based on this, this work first makes a detailed analysis of the business environment and CLR. Second, the research h...
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El texto, publicado con motivo de los 10 años del fallecimiento del destacado maestro Enrique Cury, corresponde al discurso con que el autor, entonces director del Departamento de Derecho Penal de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, presentó y entregó a su familia y a la comunidad jurídica el volumen "Humanizar y renovar el derecho penal....
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This paper analyses some key issues related to EU secondary law provisions regarding extraterritorial exercise of criminal jurisdiction by Member States over EU-harmonised offences. Two main research objectives have been examined: firstly, a theoretical systematisation of the phenomenon at stake; secondly, an assessment of its actual reach. The ana...
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In the present study are analyzed the offenses provided by the art. 248/1 (“Smuggling of excised goods”) and art. 248/2 (“Collection, possession, production, transport, taking over, storage, delivery, devolution and sale of smuggled goods”) of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Moldova. These articles provide for liability for new acts that have...
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The crime of child pornographic material production was introduced in Chile in 2004 to include a series of behaviors related to child pornography. Thus, in addition to production, it also criminalizes the distribution, exhibition, or dissemination of pornographic material, as well as its acquisition or storage. Certainly, there are not minor interp...
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Since February 20, 2014, the armed aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine has been ongoing, which has led to numerous casualties both among military personnel and law enforcement officers, as well as among the civilian population, the occupation of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and parts of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, signifi...
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This study investigated consumer rights protection in Indonesia on price gouging during the Covid-19 outbreak. This research employed normative law with a statutory approach and an analytic approach. The Consumer Protection Act, the Anti-Monopoly and Unfair Business Law, the Civil Law, and the Trade Law were the primary sources. Meanwhile, the supp...
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Die Arbeit beschäftigt sich mit der massiven, oft willkürlichen und ständig wachsenden Strafmacht von Staaten, die sich vermeintlich dem rechtlich-politischen Projekt westlich-liberaler Demokratien verschrieben haben. Die normalisierte Ausübung von Strafgewalt in den Strafsystemen dieser aufgeklärt-modernen Staaten objektiviert tagtäglich genau die...
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Tennessee’s HIV criminal laws disproportionately impact people of color and people experiencing poverty and homelessness. They perpetuate unwarranted fear and stigma against people living with HIV, and as the new report shows, punish many people who have caused no harm to others.
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The article is the result of an elaborate multidisciplinary research whose original idea derives from the need to highlight the thought of Gian Domenico Romagnosi in a broad critical perspective. Romagnosi, despite being in fact a leading intellectual in Italian and European juridical-philosophical history, perhaps because of the many speculative i...
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El texto enfatiza la importancia de una correcta sistematización de la parte especial. Para esto, se presentan dos modelos históricamente relevantes, pero conceptualmente contrapuestos. Después se rastrea la influencia de los modelos expuestos en la doctrina colombiana del derecho penal especial.
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The motivation for selecting this topic for a detailed examination is to present issues concerning the study of children in India's Juvenile Justice System. This paper provides The detailed children's right must be made in light of this perspective. The notion of The concept of juvenile delinquency gave rise to the juvenile justice system. The yout...
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The nature of international private crime requires the enactment of a set of legal principles and provisions that are appropriate to their dangerous nature and the purpose of criminalization and punishment under international criminal law aimed at subjecting the perpetrators of international crime to fair criminal accountability without any restric...
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This article examines the relationship between emergent LGBTQ movements and the state in the Arab world over the past two decades. Focusing on the efforts of various LGBTQ social movements to confront the criminalization of homosexuality in the Arab region, the article puzzles over a cascade of legal victories for LGBTQ rights advocates in Lebanon...
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Eliciting more reliable testimony from earwitnesses has been a long-standing endeavour in the forensic speech science community. Most recent efforts to do so have focused on the improvement of a particular procedure, the voice parade (VP), by finding optimal settings for the variables that can be controlled by the investigator (“system variables”),...
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The Criminal Justice System represents the cutting edge of governance. Towering over society, it parades an array of institutions, processes, people, and penalties to reinforce its images. This array includes policemen in uniform, constables with batons or lathis, the police station, courts, jail, bail, sentence, prisons, imprisonment, death row, t...
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China's criminal law has not been able to respond in time to the new behaviors of Picking Quarrels and Provoking Troubles in the current cyberspace. Firstly, the Internet-based behaviors of picking quarrels and provoking troubles are not typified in the crime of picking quarrels and provoking troubles in Article 239 of the Criminal Law. The second...