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Errements and breaks in the void
On the Law of 23 March 2019
Accidents at work, involuntary homicides, and articulation of non-liability
(Crim. 7 janv. 2020, no 18-86.293, published in the Bulletin)
Foreign nationals and criminal sanctions law
Amendments resulting from the Law of 26 November 2003
“100 years of criminology”
Theft of company documents by the employee: on the substantiation of the exercise of the rights of the defence
Cour de cassation, ch. crim. 9 June 2009
The concept of a sentence in international criminal law enlightened by the ICC
The International Criminal Court, in its Chamber of First Instance II, issued a decision on 23 May 2014 in the case of the Prosecutor v. Germain Katanga, setting his sentence at 12 years’ imprisonment. This decision follows the conviction of Mr Katanga on 7 March 2014 for complicity in war crimes an...
Deadlock in the discourse of responsibility for repenalising youth protection
Minutes of session 14 Yvonne Muller
Report of session 14 of the seminar on 2 April 2015 The origins of the offence of presenting or publishing inaccurate reports (1935) Yvonne Muller (University of Paris Ouest-Nanterre-La Défense) Yvonne Muller asked why to create a criminal offence in business law, since the legislature’s interventio...
Consequential offences and subsequent convictions linked to door-to-door operations
The international protection of the hostages
This thesis refers to the international legal problems represented by the hostage taking all over the world, especially in Colombia. Having as a goal the granting of the universal rights to life and to freedom, the States and the International community repress hostage taking. They adopt internation...
The Authority of Human Rights Case Law from the Perspective of the International Criminal Judge
This brief presentation addressed the question of the legal value of European human rights jurisprudence from the perspective of the international criminal judge.
Criminal proceedings against serious economic and financial crime
National hearing [No abstract]
Putting Penal Reform on the Map: Prisoners’ Rights Movements and Penal History
This paper examines the influence of organisations representing “ordinary” prisoners in the Republic of Ireland in the 1970s and 1980s. Although these organisations have been eclipsed in popular and academic studies by protest movements among politically aligned prisoners, they deserve more attentio...
ACP No 163 — Paris, 2 November 2009
Please find... 01. Penitentiary law. Continuation: “Yellow card for white referral” 02. Facts of today: violence in Marseille is minimised by the media! 03. Kiosk 04. On the past side: The archives of Alexander Lacassagne 05. OPALE: The depots of the Palais de Justice (VII) Return to the events of t...
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 prev...
Transactions in criminal matters
The teaching of criminal procedure and criminal law in the eighteenth century in Italy, France and Corsica
This thesis studies the way criminal law and procedure were taught in the Kingdom of France, different Italian States and the Kingdom of Corsica during the XVIII century.Inspiration for the topic comes from Diderot’s assessment that the deficiency of criminal justice in France could be explained by...
The development of dangerousness as a legal concept
International audience Dangerousness as a legal concept has certainly been integrated into the criminal law and criminal justice systems. This concept appears to be a topical issue within criminal policies whose main purpose is to ensure the protection of society. Nevertheless, the unpredictable nat...
Criminal law and internet: the share of tradition, the work of innovation
Evidence in criminal matters: general principles
Criminal and civil responsibilities of the judicial expert
Of the Nine in the Remedies
Elements of criminal law
Encyclopaedic dictionary of the State Encyclopaedic State: Criminal law
collective with M. Bongo P, Hervouët F., Santulli C., Encyclopaedic dictionary
The new EU framework on market abuse: A fine combination of criminal and administrative enforcement? General Presentation.