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The Law of 5 March 2007 and prevention offences: the example of the offence of embuskment and its application, the guet-apens


If repression is the oldest and most apparent facet of criminal law, however, prevention, both collective and individual, has always been at the heart of criminal policy too. Thus, in criminal matters, the popular expression ‘prevention is better than cure’ can be found: it is better to seek to prevent the commission of an offence than to prosecute and punish the person who has committed an offence. However, prevention and repression have not, in principle, occurred...

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