Guida Allo Studio Del Processo Penale Tavole Sinottiche E Atti

Author: Paolo Tonini
Editor: Giuffrè Editore
ISBN: 8814173745
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Compendio Di Diritto Processuale Penale

Author: Stefano Ambrogio
Editor: Casa Editrice La Tribuna
ISBN: 8866891193
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I Compendi della nuova collana Strumenti per lo studio del diritto espongono in sintesi, ma con estrema chiarezza ed esaustività, tutta la materia normalmente oggetto di esami universitari o di prove di concorso. Tutti i volumi della collana si avvalgono di una serie di apparati didattici che permettono di ottimizzare l'apprendimento mettendo a disposizione, in un unico volume, molteplici strumenti di studio e di riepilogo della materia. Con una serie di sapienti artifici grafici (come ad esempio l'uso di neretti e corsivi) sono evidenziati gli aspetti salienti e la disciplina dei diversi istituti pur lasciando ampio spazio, nei box di approfondimento, agli orientamenti della dottrina e della giurisprudenza. A corredo di tale trattazione i Compendi propongono, inoltre, ulteriori apparati didattici quali: - schemi e tavole sinottiche, che consentono il riepilogo dell'argomento studiato e ne favoriscono l'apprendimento; - domande di fine capitolo (quiz a risposta aperta), che propongono le più frequenti domande d'esame; - test finali riepilogativi (quiz a risposta multipla), per l'autovalutazione dell'apprendimento e per favorire lo studente nell'approccio a tale tipo di quiz sempre più utilizzato tanto in ambito universitario quanto per l'accesso alle scuole di specializzazione ed ai più importanti concorsi (prove preselettive). Anche il Compendio di diritto processuale penale, impostato secondo la sistematica della più diffusa ed affermata manualistica, si avvale di tutti i corredi tipici dei volumi di questa collana, in particolare di numerosi diagrammi di flusso che, nello studio della procedura, risultano molto utili per apprendere e fissare la successione delle varie fasi del processo. Il testo tiene conto altresì delle opinioni dottrinali e delle pronunce giurisprudenziali maggiormente rilevanti e attuali ed è aggiornato alle più recenti novità normative.

Handbook Of European Criminal Procedure

Author: Roberto E. Kostoris
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319724622
Size: 19,16 MB
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This volume analyses criminal procedural issues from a European perspective, particularly in connection with EU law and ECHR law. As such, it differs from previous works, which, on the one hand, generally focus only on EU law, and, on the other, address both procedural and substantial aspects, as a result of which the former receive inadequate attention. Indeed, criminal procedural matters in the European context have now reached a level of complexity, but also of maturity, that shows the features of a great design, which, even if not yet defined in all its aspects, appears sufficiently articulated to deserve to be explained in a systematic way. The book offers a guidance for practitioners, academics and students alike. It covers a broad range of topics: from the complex system of the sources of law to the multilevel protection of fundamental rights; from vertical and horizontal judicial and police cooperation to the instruments of mutual recognition, primarily the European Arrest Warrant; but also the European Investigation Order, the execution of confiscation orders, the ne bis in idem principle, the conflicts of jurisdiction and the enforcement of judgements. The book also reflects the latest regulation on the establishment of the European Public Prosecutor’s Office.

The Law Of The European Central Bank

Author: Chiara Zilioli
Editor: Hart Pub Limited
ISBN:
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Since 1 January 1999,the European Central Bank (ECB) has borne responsibility for the euro, the single currency now adopted in twelve of the fifteen Member States of the European Union. This responsibility not only fundamentally changes economic parameters, but also has important legal implications. Like the single currency itself, the ECB is a creation of law, more specifically of EC law. It is thus the first central bank in the world to be wholly governed by a set of supranational rules. This new work offers an in-depth analysis of this unique organisation and aims to promote a better understanding among academics and practitioners of the tasks and activities of the ECB. The work is divided into 5 parts. The first is an analysis of the place of the ECB in the EU and its relationship with the institutions of the EC. The second part analyses the relationship between the ECB and national central banks. The third part looks at the decision-making process inside the ECB, the legal instruments adopted by the ECB and the different ways in which they are effective and enforced in the national legal orders. The fourth part examines the participation of central banks of Member States which have not yet adopted the euro in the work of the ECB, and the final part analyses the actions of the ECB as an international legal person.

Legal Anthropology

Author: Norbert Rouland
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 9780485114034
Size: 18,86 MB
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This account of the anthropology of law is remarkable in its command of the Anglo-American and Continental literatures in this field; and it is timely in addressing contemporary issues. Two central projects are carried through in succesive parts of the book. In the first, the author outlines the history of the "anthropology of law," drawing on the intellectual context of legal development. In the second, Professor Rouland examines the legal ideas, institutions and processes of small-scale non-Western societies, moving finally towards an anthropology of modern law. The author has published widely within the field of legal anthropology.

Codice Di Procedura Penale E Leggi Complementari

Author: Nicola F. De Feo
Editor: Maggioli Editore
ISBN: 8838747741
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The Inquisitor

Author: Mark Allen Smith
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0857207776
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Geiger's business is extracting information. A meticulous torturer, his methods range from the brutal to the psychologically complex, and he will stop at nothing to get the job done. His clients are referred to him from international corporations, government agencies and organised crime; his skills are in worldwide demand. He calls his company Information Retrieval. Geiger only has one rule: that he will never work on a child. So when a client presents Geiger with a twelve-year-old boy, his instinct is to walk away. But the alternative - the unknown horror that might await the boy elsewhere - is too awful for him to contemplate. Geiger's history is a blank page - even to him. In accepting this assignment in an attempt to save the boy, he will discover that history, no matter how torturous that proves to be…

Eulogy Of Judges

Author: Piero Calamandrei
Editor: Lawbook Exchange Limited
ISBN: 9781584779025
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Reprint of the first American edition. First published in Italian in 1936, this is a collection of maxims, anecdotes and observations on the nature of law and justice by a professor of legal procedure at the University of Florence. Some chapters are: On the Faith of Judges, The Prime Requisite of Lawyers; On Etiquette (Or Discretion) in The Court; On the Relationship Between the Lawyer and the Truth, or on the Necessary Partisanship of the Lawyer. With a new preface by Jacob A. Stein, prominent Washington D.C. trial lawyer and author of Legal Spectator & More (2003) and other titles.

Sozaboy

Author: Ken Saro-Wiwa
Editor: Prentice Hall
ISBN:
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This title is part of the Longman African Writers series

Legal Traditions Of The World

Author: H. Patrick Glenn
Editor: Oxford University Press (UK)
ISBN: 019966983X
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Legal Traditions of the World places national laws in the broader context of major legal traditions, those of chthonic (or indigenous) law, talmudic law, civil law, islamic law, common law, hindu law and confucian law. Each tradition is examined in terms of its institutions and substantive law, its founding concepts and methods, its attitude towards the concept of change and its teaching on relations with other traditions and peoples. The fifth edition covers increasing recognition of chthonic legal tradition and features new discussion on the notion of collective memory. New to this editionFeatures new discussion on the notion of collective memoryCovers increasing recognition of chthonic legal traditionIncludes new coverage of the notions of Big Data, Big History and private cloudsIncreased coverage of treatment of animals in each of the legal traditions