By Michael Tonry
By Matthew H. Kramer
The booklet pursues either a venture of serious debunking of the commonplace rationales for capital punishment and a undertaking of partial vindication. The serious half provides a few available and interesting opinions of significant arguments which were provided in help of the demise penalty. those chapters, compatible to be used in instructing classes on capital punishment, valuably take factor with positions on the middle of latest debates over the morality of such punishment.
The e-book then provides an unique justification for executing actually bad criminals, a justification that's free-standing instead of a facet or offshoot of a common idea of punishment. Its purgative reason, which has now not heretofore been propounded in any present philosophical and functional debates over the demise penalty, derives from a philosophical reconception of the character of evil and the character of defilement.
As the publication contributes to philosophical discussions of these phenomena, it additionally contributes importantly to basic normative ethics with sustained reflections at the modifications among consequentialist ways to punishment and deontological ways. specifically, the quantity contributes to the philosophy of felony legislations with a clean cause for using the dying penalty and with probing exams of all of the significant theories of punishment which were broached by way of jurists and
philosophers for hundreds of years. even supposing the booklet is a piece of philosophy by means of a certified thinker, it's comfortably obtainable to readers who've no longer studied philosophy. it is going to stir either philosophers and a person engaged with the loss of life penalty to think again no matter if the establishment of capital punishment can
be a suitable reaction to severe evil.
By Uwe Hellmann
Das Buch vermittelt Studierenden der Rechtswissenschaften, die sich die im ersten juristischen Staatsexamen erwarteten Kenntnisse des Strafprozessrechts aneignen müssen, und Rechtsreferendaren, die ihr Wissen auffrischen wollen, die Grundzüge des Strafprozessrechts. Die Darstellung folgt dem Ablauf des Strafverfahrens – von der Einleitung bis zum rechtskräftigen Abschluss. Zahlreiche Beispiele, die überwiegend der veröffentlichten Rechtsprechung entstammen, veranschaulichen den Verfahrensgang. Die Neuauflage berücksichtigt die letzten Änderungen des Strafprozessrechts und geht auf die neuesten Tendenzen in Rechtsprechung und Wissenschaft ein.
By Anastasia Baetge
By Rogério Greco
Os volumes estão divididos da seguinte forma:
Curso de Direito Penal - quantity 1 - Parte GeralArtigos 1º a one hundred twenty do Código Penal
Curso de Direito Penal - quantity 2 - Parte EspecialArtigos 121 a 212 do Código Penal
Curso de Direito Penal - quantity three - Parte EspecialArtigos 213 a 361 do Código Penal
Na 14ª edição do Curso de Direito Penal - Parte Especial, vol. III, Rogério Greco aborda, com extrema precisão, a Parte Especial do Código Penal brasileiro, mediante análise aprofundada dos artigos 213 a 361 do estatuto repressivo.
O texto foi revisto de acordo com as mais recentes alterações legislativas, a exemplo da Lei nº 13.285, de 10 de maio de 2016, que acrescentou o paintings. 394-A ao Código de Processo Penal; bem como com as novas Súmulas do STJ e com a atualização da jurisprudência dos Tribunais Superiores. Trata-se, portanto, de uma poderosa fonte para o operador jurídico e para o estudante de Direito.
Diferenciais da obra:
- Atualizada pela Lei nº 13.285, dentre outras.
- Autor de grande renome no estudo do Direito Penal brasileiro.
- Indicada para concurseiros que prestarão concursos de nível médio ou more advantageous, para universitários e para operadores do Direito.
By George C. Thomas III,Richard A. Leo
In Confessions of Guilt, esteemed students George C. Thomas III and Richard A. Leo inform the tale of the way, over the centuries, the legislation of interrogation has moved from indifference approximately severe strength to main issue over the slightest strain, and again back. The background of interrogation within the Anglo-American global, they show, has been a swinging pendulum instead of a gentle continuum of violence.
Exploring a realist clarification of this development, Thomas and Leo reveal that the legislations of interrogation and the method of its enforcement are either inherently risky and hugely depending on the perceived degrees of risk felt by means of a society. legislation react to worry, they argue, and none extra so than those who govern the remedy of suspected criminals.
From England of the overdue eighteenth century to the USA on the sunrise of the twenty-first, Confessions of Guilt lines the irritating but interesting historical past of interrogation practices, new and previous, and the legislation that govern them. Thomas and Leo expertly clarify the social dynamics that underpin the continuous transformation of interrogation legislation and perform and glance significantly ahead to what their destiny may hold.
By Jesper Ryberg,Julian V. Roberts
In the West, politicians have usually spoke back those questions within the affirmative; penal reforms were justified with direct connection with the attitudes of the general public. the reason is, the competition that politicians should still bridge the space among the general public and felony justice perform has frequent resonance. felony legislation students, for his or her half, have frequently been extra reluctant to simply accept public enter in penal perform, and a few have even held that the assumption of consulting public opinion constitutes a populist method of punishment.
The goal of this ebook is to ascertain the ethical value of public opinion for penal concept and perform. For the 1st time in one quantity the editors, Jesper Ryberg and Julian V. Roberts, have assembled a couple of revered criminologists, philosophers, and felony theorists to handle many of the features of why and the way public opinion may be mirrored within the manner the legal justice procedure bargains with criminals. The chapters deal with the myriad complexities surrounding this factor by way of first weighing the excuses for incorporating public perspectives into punishment practices after which contemplating a number of the methods this would be completed via juries, prosecutors, restorative justice courses, and different means.
By Elaine Arnull,Darrell Fox
By Barry C. Feld
By Tim Prenzler,Garth den Heyer
Exploring the advanced and debatable subject of civilian oversight of police, this booklet analyzes the problems and debates entailed via civilian oversight by utilizing all over the world views, in-depth case reports, and a wealth of survey information. Integrating and summarizing many years of study from many destinations around the world, Civilian Oversight of Police: Advancing responsibility in legislation Enforcement makes use of a really transparent and constant development of findings to deal with the general administration of police conduct.
The e-book examines the heritage and function of oversight corporations in a number of jurisdictions around the globe. The proof used includes:
- Citizen, complainant, and police perspectives on oversight
- Stakeholder reviews with forms of responses to complaints
- Data approximately police conduct
Emphasizing the idea that of shared accountability for powerful police integrity administration, the booklet discusses what does and doesn't paintings in maximizing police administration and function. It offers a top practices version for dealing with police behavior and describes the effect of oversight firms on police coverage, together with leading edge capability through which organisations can paintings with police departments to enhance police conduct.
Civilian Oversight of Police presents a severe source on police behavior for execs in addition to lecturers. It makes sensible innovations for attaining a "win-win" stability in addressing the wishes and pursuits of all events concerned with the police proceedings and responsibility method. It additionally marks a kick off point to stimulate extra study in addition to elevated collaboration among researchers and practitioners to augment the inventory of data for powerful police integrity administration and democratic accountability.