Κατεύθυνση Ουσιαστικό και Δικονομικό ΔίκαιοLibrary of the School of Law
Νικόλαος Δημητράτος, Επίκουρος Καθηγητής Ποινικού Δικαίου-Ποινικής Δικονομίας, Νομική, ΕΚΠΑ
Ειδικά ζητήματα εκτέλεσης ποινών: συγχώνευση ποινών - υφ' όρον απόλυση - αντιρρήσεις περί την εκτέλεση
Specific issues of punishment: merger of sentences - dismissal conditional - enforcement objections
When a person undergoes a single offense, the criminal judge's work is not as complicated as when a person commits more crimes. By accepting the guilt of the perpetrator, the judge will proceed to the judicial determination of the sentence in accordance with the fundamental principle established in Article 79 § 1 of the Criminal Code. However, when the same person undergoes more than one offense, dealing with the issue of the judicial assessment of the penalty and the criminal treatment of the perpetrator is the so-called "cross" of those who deal with this issue, since for the many issues are born because of the difficulty of resolving them, it is characteristic that solutions are often unstable with the emergence of further heated disputes both in theory and case law. This has the effect that the criminal courts are constantly dealing with new problems in determining and determining a total penalty, suggesting that unsatisfactory scientific and case-law guidelines have yet to be drawn, although the new Penal Code is already in force since 1951. Thus, the subject of the present work will be the effort to outline the rules in our criminal system for the case of penalties when there is a series of crimes, and in particular a conviction involving the same person, but the effort to solve key relevant issues which have arisen dissensions, in the light of theory and especially recent jurisprudence.
Main subject category:
Law and Legislation
Other subject categories:
execution of sentences, total penalty, merger of sentences, dismissal, objections to enforcement
ΔΙΠΛΩΜΑΤΙΚΗ ΕΡΓΑΣΙΑ - ΣΥΓΧΩΝΕΥΣΗ ΠΟΙΝΩΝ PDF.pdf
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