Some Aspects Regarding the Application of the More Favourable Criminal Law when the Acts Were Committed under the Rule of the 1968 Criminal Code
Keywords:Keywords: hitting or other violence; threats; court ruling
Abstract: Like any other normative act, the Criminal Code must respond to the need of being in line with the evolution of society and when this evolution requires the adoption of a new one, there is, in practical terms, the situation in which the intervention of a new criminal law from the moment the crime is committed until the moment a final ruling in set out for it, imposes to the court the application of the more favorable criminal law. This paper is useful to both theorists and practitioners of law because it brings into question the way in which a more favorable criminal law is applied to a specific case.
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