Hacia Un Derecho Penal Equilibrado Cesar Herrero Herrero pdf lit doc

June 19, 2019

Hacia Un Derecho Penal Equilibrado por Cesar Herrero Herrero

Titulo del libro: Hacia Un Derecho Penal Equilibrado

Autor: Cesar Herrero Herrero

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It is a fact, not unnecessary of great contrast, the existence, within a very broad sector of Spanish society, of a constant opinion on the fact that, in the nonexistent field of criminal (in its substantive, procedural and penitentiary dimension), Can and should be observed, at least for the country itself, very relevant imbalances. The most conspicuous are the unequal treatment, with respect to the recognition of rights and duties of each of the natural parts, contenders in the conflict brought by the criminal act. Due mainly to a large number of those, to certain legal approaches and techniques, to some judicial decisions (whether national or international) (remember the last sentences of the European Court of Human Rights versus Spain) or both. It is also striking that, according to the aforementioned Opinion, the most dangerous criminals (measuring the danger by the entity and gravity of the legal good broken by them and by their modus operandi, technically advanced and fraudulently sibylline), all this, at the expense of society as such, Especially, of the concrete, direct or individualized victims. It is a fact, not unnecessary of great contrast, the existence, within a very broad sector of Spanish society, of a constant opinion on the fact that, in the nonexistent field of criminal (In its substantive, procedural and penitentiary dimension), can and should be observed, at least for the country itself, very relevant imbalances. Most conspicuous are the unequal treatment, with respect to the recognition of rights and duties of each of the natural parts, contenders in the conflict brought by the criminal act. (Whether or not the European Court of Human Rights v. Spain) or both. It is also striking that, according to the aforementioned Opinion, the most dangerous criminals (measuring the danger by the entity and gravity of the legal good broken by them and by their modus operandi, technically advanced and fraudulently sibylline), all this, at the Expense of society as such, Above all, concrete victims, direct or individual.