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Development of Criminal Sanctions in Serbia after the Breakup of the F.R. of Yugoslavia

Autori: Nenad BINGULAC, Joko DRAGOJLOVIĆ

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

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Abstract: The importance of criminal sanctions in the criminal sense, but also their importance for every society or country needs no special explanation. The period after nineties of the twentieth century in Europe was followed by many social and political changes that resulted from the breakup of the USSR. These changes have resulted in the breakup of previously unified countries and the same consequences happened within the criminal law. The changes that have emerged due to the formation of new countries, which can be seen in [vezi tot]

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Special Evidentiary Actions in the Function of Combating Organized Crime in Serbia

Autori: Aleksandar BOŠKOVIĆ, Zoran PAVLOVIĆ

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

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Abstract: The effectiveness of preventing and combating organized crime, as well as the efficiency of criminal procedure, depends on many objective and subjective factors, but it is certain that their performance is much influenced by the previous criminal proceedings. In previous criminal proceedings authorized criminal procedural subjects, the public prosecutor and the police above all, take the law provided actions aimed at detecting and proving criminal offenses. However, the traditional evidence collection are not effective when it comes to combating organized crime, so that is why [vezi tot]

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The System of Criminal Sanctions for Juvenile Offenders in the New Criminal Law of the Republic of Serbia from 2005

Autor: Dragan JOVAŠEVIĆ

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

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Abstract: At the beginning of 2006, new system of juvenile criminal law (substantial, procedural and executive) entered into force in the Republic of Serbia. In that way, by completing the reform of its criminal laAt the beginning of 2006, new system of juvenile criminal law (substantial, procedural and executive) entered into force in the Republic of Serbia. In that way, by completing the reform of its criminal law, the Republic of Serbia followed the tendencies of contemporary criminal policies of other developed European countries (such as France, Germany, [vezi tot]

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Preparatory Hearing in Criminal Proceedings according to the Criminal Procedure Code of the Republic of Serbia from 2011

Autori: Zoran PAVLOVIĆ, Nada BJEKIC, Aleksandar BOŠKOVIĆ

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

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Abstract: During the recent years the criminal procedure law in Serbia is reformed with key aim of creating the normative basis for more efficient criminal proceedings, which would act as a foundation for the entitled right to trial within a reasonable time. With that purpose, in 2011. New Criminal Procedure Code is adopted, which, among many novelties, introduced the preparatory hearing in criminal proceedings. Goal of this stadium of proceedings is preparation of the main hearing, making it more organized, systematic and efficient, relieved [vezi tot]

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The Role of Serbian Customs Services in Prevention of Smuggling of Migrants

Autor: Zoran PAVLOVIĆ, Tomo ODALOVIĆ

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

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Abstract: The wars that have been fought in the Middle East countries for the past few years have led to the fact that a large number of refugees from war-affected areas moved towards the countries of Western Europe in 2015, seeking asylum and a chance for a better life. The Republic of Serbia, due to its geographical position, is one of the countries located along the so-called Balkan route, through which 764.000 of refugees passed in 2015. The large flow of people has led to [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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Involving of Artificial Intelligence in committing a crime as a challenge to the Criminal Law of the Republic of Serbia

Autor: Aleksandar R. IVANOVIC,  Zoran S. PAVLOVIĆ

Publicat în: Journal Of Eastern European Criminal Law no. 2/2018

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Abstract: The present study emphasizes the question of the involvement of artificial intelligence in the commission of the criminal offense and the establishment of criminal responsibility as a challenge for the criminal parasite of the Republic of Serbia in these situations. Namely, first an explanation of the notion of artificial intelligence is given followed by an overview of the basic models of these systems. After that, possible abuses of the Artificial Intelligence systems are presented, as well as the involvement of the artificial intelligence [vezi tot]

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Serbian Media on Peer Violence

Autor: Zorica MRŠEVIĆ

Publicat în: Journal Of Eastern European Criminal Law no. 1/2018

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Abstract: This paper contributes to a better perception of the phenomenology of peer violence, but also to the perception of the role, scope, significance and characteristics of media reporting on peer violence. Presented are the most recent cases of peer violence from the last two months of 2017 – November and December – and the first five months of 2018. Attitudes, analyses, comments and interviews with experts are also used from previous years – 2010 to 2018. The main characteristics of the multi-annual media approach to this topic [vezi tot]

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Trafficking in Human Beings in Serbia

Autor: Nenad RADOVIĆ, Aleksandar BOŠKOVIĆ, Zoran PAVLOVIĆ

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

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Abstract: Trafficking in human beings is a serious and very complex social problem. In the last fifteen years the international community has undertaken a number of significant steps in confronting this phenomenon. First, in the United Nations Convention against transnational crime i.e. in its additional protocol which refers to the prevention and combating trafficking in human beings, an Institute for trafficking in human beings was set which helped greatly to the certain countries to designate and identify this phenomenon in their national legislation [vezi tot]

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