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La procedura penale: la natura del procedimento

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    Charles M.
    GB
    Charles M.

    A crime is an offence. It could be an act or omission that is against the law of the land. Laws are made and changed by the state and enforced by the courts. Crime is punishable by law. The three main types of criminal offence are: • Summary offences which are minor criminal offences that are tried by a magistrate e.g. small drug crime. • Indictable offences which are more serious and are tried by a judge and a jury e.g. armed robbery. • Indictable offences heard summarily which are serious offences are tried in a magistrate's court without a jury as if they were summary offences e.g. assaults at football grounds. Criminal law attempts to balance the rights of citizens with law enforcement. The law investigates, prosecutes, convicts or quits. Citizens are protected by law. The balance is made in criminal proceedings. The burden of proof in criminal cases is on the state and it requires proof beyond reasonable doubt. Criminal law protects the community and provides sanctions for the offender if found guilty. Once a crime has been committed criminal procedures are used to investigate, prosecute and sanction. The procedures are: • Pre-trial procedures which include collecting evidence and balancing citizen rights and law enforcement. • Trial procedures which are the procedures used in courts when hearing a trial. • Post-trial procedures which deal with imposing sanctions on criminals.

    Charles M.
    GB
    Charles M.

    A crime is an offence. It could be an act or omission that is against the law of the land. Laws are made and changed by the state and enforced by the courts. Crime is punishable by law. The three main types of criminal offence are: • Summary offences which are minor criminal offences that are tried by a magistrate e.g. small drug crime. • Indictable offences which are more serious and are tried by a judge and a jury e.g. armed robbery. • Indictable offences heard summarily which are serious offences are tried in a magistrate's court without a jury as if they were summary offences e.g. assaults at football grounds. Criminal law attempts to balance the rights of citizens with law enforcement. The law investigates, prosecutes, convicts or quits. Citizens are protected by law. The balance is made in criminal proceedings. The burden of proof in criminal cases is on the state and it requires proof beyond reasonable doubt. Criminal law protects the community and provides sanctions for the offender if found guilty. Once a crime has been committed criminal procedures are used to investigate, prosecute and sanction. The procedures are: • Pre-trial procedures which include collecting evidence and balancing citizen rights and law enforcement. • Trial procedures which are the procedures used in courts when hearing a trial. • Post-trial procedures which deal with imposing sanctions on criminals.

    Charles M.
    GB
    Charles M.

    A crime is an offence. It could be an act or omission that is against the law of the land. Laws are made and changed by the state and enforced by the courts. Crime is punishable by law. The three main types of criminal offence are: • Summary offences which are minor criminal offences that are tried by a magistrate e.g. small drug crime. • Indictable offences which are more serious and are tried by a judge and a jury e.g. armed robbery. • Indictable offences heard summarily which are serious offences are tried in a magistrate's court without a jury as if they were summary offences e.g. assaults at football grounds. Criminal law attempts to balance the rights of citizens with law enforcement. The law investigates, prosecutes, convicts or quits. Citizens are protected by law. The balance is made in criminal proceedings. The burden of proof in criminal cases is on the state and it requires proof beyond reasonable doubt. Criminal law protects the community and provides sanctions for the offender if found guilty. Once a crime has been committed criminal procedures are used to investigate, prosecute and sanction. The procedures are: • Pre-trial procedures which include collecting evidence and balancing citizen rights and law enforcement. • Trial procedures which are the procedures used in courts when hearing a trial. • Post-trial procedures which deal with imposing sanctions on criminals.

    Nöelle L.
    IE
    Nöelle L.

    Criminal proceedings would include investigations, gathering evidence, writing out reports and put through the CPS (Crown Prosecution Service) in the UK and DPP (Department of Public Prosecutions) in Ireland.

    Peter Awuni A.
    GH
    Peter Awuni A.

    List the types of criminal offenses

    Louis M.
    ZA
    Louis M.

    What are the three types of criminal offence?

    Joseph S.
    UG
    Joseph S.

    The Nature of Proceedings Three types of criminal offence Criminal law attempts to balance rights of citizens with law enforcement

    Joseph S.
    UG
    Joseph S.

    what are the three types of criminal offences

    Sione Siotonu F.
    TO
    Sione Siotonu F.

    Criminal procedure,In criminal cases the burden of proof is on the prosecution.It is for the prosecution to prove the charge against the accused,which may also involve disproving any defence the accused may raise.If the accused bleed not guilty He or She will call witness,present evidence and testify him or her so desires.Both party will make their closing submission and the judge will sum up to the jury to reach a verdict.Or the judge make his decision if the case is on his own.

    Queenielyn C.
    JP
    Queenielyn C.

    The Nature of Proceedings Three types of criminal offence Criminal law attempts to balance rights of citizens with law enforcement

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