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Nedemnitatea succesorală raportată la infracţiunea de ucidere la cererea victimei

Autor:  Sebastian Murariu

Publicat în:  2015, JURIDICE.ro

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Cuvinte-cheie: nedemnitate succesorală; uciderea la cererea victimei; JURIDICE; Sebastian Murariu; moștenire; sancțiune; vocație la moștenire; intenție. …

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Vătămarea corporală din culpă. Raportul dintre vechiul și noul Cod penal. Dezincriminare parțială

Autor: Valerian Cioclei

Publicat în: 2015, JURIDICE.ro

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Violența în familie. Posibilitatea continuării urmăririi penale, în pofida retragerii plângerii prealabile sau a împăcării

Autor: Ana-Maria Pîrvu

Publicat în: Revista Pro Lege nr. 2/2017

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Cuvinte-cheie: împăcarea părților; retragerea plângerii preliminare; violență domestică.

Abstract: The author tackles a series of interesting aspects relating to domestic violence, with special reference to the possibility to continue the criminal prosecution despite the withdrawal of the preliminary complaint or the reconciliation of the parties.

Keywords: reconciliation of the parties; withdrawal of the preliminary complaint; domestic violence.…

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Aspecte teoretice şi practice privind morţile suspecte ale persoanelor deţinute în penitenciare

Autor: Pavel Palcu

Publicat în: Revista Pro Lege nr. 2/2017

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Cuvinte-cheie: morți suspecte; detenție în penitenciare; rele tratamente; tortură; investigare efectivă; indicii ex oficio.

Abstract: The criminal cases settled lately at the level of the Prosecutor’s Office attached to Arad Court or that of prosecutor’s office local units tackled, and generated different opinions, the issue of the competence to prosecute and the ”in rem” legal classification of suspicious deaths in penitentiaries. This issue became extremely important in the light of the recent ruling of the Constitutional Court of Romania, in the sense that eliminating the failure to observe the material competence [vezi tot]

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Organized Crime in Action: Trafficking of Human Cells, Tissues and Embryos in Romania

Autor: Laura STĂNILĂ

Publicat în: Journal Of Eastern European Criminal Law no. 1/2015

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Abstract: In the context of impetuous debates on bioethical issues arising from biomedical and genetics research lines, the lack or inadequacy of national legislation to scientific reserch in the field of biogenetics facilitates the activity of organized crime. Organised crime detects new sources of income that can be obtained the easy way by harvesting surcharge of human cells, tissues or organs, by trafficking of human embryos, by selling such products to interested persons which can use them at their own will, for medical curative, research or industrial purposes. [vezi tot]

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In the Labyrinth of Pain There Is No Such Thing as Selected Victims: the Evolution of Trafficking in Human Beings’ Definition

Autori: Angelina STANOJOSKA, Elena TILOVSKA – KECHEGI, Mirjana RISTOVSKA

Publicat în: Journal Of Eastern European Criminal Law no. 2/2016

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Abstract: Defining phenomena has always been necessary for successful making of a general picture of what we encounter. If we have a definition it will be easier to encounter such phenomena, explain their internal structure, understand it and find out solutions for its suppression and prevention. Trafficking in human beings is only a small part of the phenomena for which international community still hasn’t formed a mutually acceptable definition. It must be admitted that forming a definition is a long process, process [vezi tot]

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ICT (Information and communication techonologies) based children’s protection in Serbia

Autor: Zoran PAVLOVIĆ

Publicat în: Journal Of Eastern European Criminal Law no. 1/2017

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Abstract: The ICT development has introduced a new form of violence among children and juveniles, generally described as cyber bullying, but also known as electronic violence, online violence, cyber violence et al. It is regularly manifested through the following pattern: sending the threatening, insulting, vulgar or otherwise inappropriate messages either directly to victims, or through the public announcements available to larger groups (social networks in particular). It also includes libels, indiscreet behavior and revealing one’s secrets, in the form of data, photos or videos, as well as the [vezi tot]

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Amendments to the Criminal Offence of Rape in the Criminal Code of Serbia

Autor: Veljko DELIBAŠIĆ

Publicat în: Journal Of Eastern European Criminal Law no. 2/2016

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Abstract: After the introductory part, the paper points out to the essence of the criminal offence of rape that had been prescribed by the Criminal Code of the Republic of Serbia with amendments made before the entry into force of the Criminal Code from the year 2005. Following that, a criminal offence prescribed by this code with amendments made by the end of the year 2016 is discussed. Each of the prescribed forms is analyzed separately, with analysis of intention and negligence of this criminal offence. Requirements [vezi tot]

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Brief Considerations on the Human Trafficking and Trafficking Minors Delimitation ‐ Forms of Organized Crime

Autor: Ruxandra RĂDUCANU

Publicat în: Journal Of Eastern European Criminal Law no. 1/2015

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Abstract: The forms of organized crime are numerous, and the attempts of states to provide the means necessary to eradicate this phenomenon requires international cooperation of States in developing uniform regulations. The main objective of transnational and local groups involved in such activities is to obtain financial benefits. Trafficking in persons can be a form of organized crime, and its regulation in the Romanian legislation by Law no. 278/2001 and subsequent special part of the 2009 Criminal Code took account of international recommendations and regulations. This article seeks [vezi tot]

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Prevention and Combatting of Trafficking in  Persons

Autor: Livia SUMĂNARU

Publicat în: Journal Of Eastern European Criminal Law no. 1/2014

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Abstract: Human trafficking is a modern version of slavery, representing one of the most worrying problems of our current society. Far from being only a national phenomenon, human trafficking has reached a transnational, international level and, in the context of globalization, it continues to develop new dimensions that transform it in a malfeasant phenomenon, impossible to control, prevent or combat efficiently. Every year, more and more persons become victims of human trafficking, being treated as pieces of merchandise that can be sold and bought. These victims are, [vezi tot]

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