Reflections Regarding The Prejudice And The Way Of Materialization In The Case Of Human Trafficking Crimes
Crimes of trafficking in human beings is the object of many internal and international regulations, also representing one of the new manifestation modes of the transnational organized crime. What is prejudiced by such a crime is the human person, considered both in it’s material and spiritual nature. Being a complex offense, trafficking in human beings has raised many controversies about establishing a proper legal classification of such facts, also being a source of contradictions in the judicial practice, reason for which they were raised a few examples.
Volume (Year): 46 (2011)
Issue (Month): (September)
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