The Assessment Of The Social Danger Of The Concrete Act. The Renunciation To Apply A Punitive Sanction
The concept of renunciation to bring a punitive sanction is made to remove the art. 181 of the current Criminal Code dispositions and improves a no penalty cause with an optional character which can be applied only by the court of justice, but only after the dispositions from art. 80 of the new Criminal Code have been verified and executed. The court of justice will give a verdict that contains the renunciation to bring a punitive sanction and it will bring only a warning. These means that there were shown the facts that made possible the renunciation to bring a punitive sanction and the offender is warned to have an appropriate behaviour in the future and what are the consequences of committing another crime.
Volume (Year): 10 (2010)
Issue (Month): 1(11) (June)
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