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ISSN 2611-8858

Rivista italiana di diritto e procedura penale n. 2/2022

Abstracts - English

The Instrumentalization of the Rule of Law. Legislation and Policy Making in Times of Crisis

Academic workshop, Max Planck Institute, September 13, 2022

"Euro-Criminalists". Education, Research and Teaching in Criminal Law in the EU

Bertinoro University Residential Center, 9-10 September 2022

Criminalizing Sex: A Unified Liberal Theory

Jorge Hernan Fernandez Mejias

Book Review. Stuart P. Green. Criminalizing Sex: A Unified Liberal Theory, Oxford University Press, New York, 2020, 400 p.

The Harm Principle in the New Chilean Constitution

Laura Mayer Lux | Jaime Vera Vega

The article aims to evaluate an eventual express regulation of the harm principle in the future Chilean Constitution. The article starts by examining the background, meaning and regulation of this principle. Then, it addresses its relationship with other principles that limit the ius puniendi, as well as the importance of its regulation as an autonomous principle. Likewise, the text refers to the harm principle as the basis of an adequate legislative technique in criminal matters. The article concludes that an explicit regulation of this principle in the new Chilean Constitution, through an immediate and clear formulation, would be a great step forward, among other things due to its character of limiting the action of both the legislator and the judge in the punitive field.

Criminal Prosecution of Domestic Violence in Europe: A Comparative Analysis

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