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Organized Crime in Hungary

Autor: Ágnes N. TÓTH, László István GÁL, László KŐHALMI

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

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Abstract: The organized crime perpetration is much more serious threat to the society than an individual crime. More offenders on one hand means more concentration of power which from an objective view increases the chance of the successful crime perpetration and on the other hand the presence of accomplices and the knowledge of their possible intervention when needed increases the offender’s determination. There are different methods to define the scale of the quantity of the organized crime, even though due to the [vezi tot]

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Lawyers and Money laundering

Autor:  Flóra JÓZAN, László KŐHALMI

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

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Abstract: The European recommendations suggest that the lawyers are considered gatekeepers of money laundering, such persons who can contribute to the legalization of money acquired through illegal ways with their expertise in the area. The Hungarian legislation concerning money laundering that can potentially affect lawyers raise serious constitutional concerns on several points. It is increasingly common in the international legal practice, that a criminal proceeding is launched against a lawyer. These proceedings are often based on the assumption that the criminal defence lawyer has conducted [vezi tot]

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Terrorism and Human Rights

Autor: László KŐHALMI

Publicat în: Journal Of Eastern European Criminal Law no. 1/2016

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Abstract: In determining the legal framework of the battle against terrorism, there are decisively two prevailing viewpoints that are excluding each other in principle. According to one, the phenomenon cannot be dealt with in the normal framework of constitutional democracy, and thus, it requires an exceptional legal order and the waging of war. The representatives of the other viewpoint claim the opposite. We need to insist on our moral judgment that the perpetrators of acts of terrorism are not belligerents, but criminals – although the motivation behind [vezi tot]

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The Concept and Typical Forms of Economic Crime

Autor: László KŐHALMI

Publicat în: Journal Of Eastern European Criminal Law no. 2/2015

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Abstract: There are different concepts of economic crime by each sciences and it shows resemblances with other types of crimes. The colloquial definition embraces every crimes, infringements, unethical attitudes, which results in gaining unlawful economic benefits by the economic actors. The Criminal Code gives a guide for the criminal law’s definition. In criminology it has a wider range than in the criminal law. The vernacular often use “white­collar crime” as a synonym for it. Distinguishing economic crime from crime against property is extremely hard since both [vezi tot]

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Digital dangers of smartphones

Autori: Andrea Kraut, László Kőhalmi, Dávid Tóth

Publicat în: Journal Of Eastern European Criminal Law no. 1/2020

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