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Jun
2019

Bail Bonds For Traffic Tickets Houston TX -Types of Bail Bonds

Types of Bail Bonds In the great majority of the countries of the world, legal systems include certain economic measures that are applied against persons subjected to a judicial process in which they are accused of having committed a crime, be it criminal or administrative. The payment of bonds is a widely used way so […]

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06

Jun
2019

Crime Strengthens Crime – That’s the Ideology | Channel Criminal Sciences

  For the sake of ” Copyright “, I hereby inform you that the title of the article is not my own. In fact, it is the end of art. 7, of the Third Statute of the PCC, a statute that regulates life in crime for siblings. To be very objective, “it would be their […]

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02

Jun
2019

The bail in the project of reform of the Law of Urban Leases

  This article deals with the new regulation of the deposit. I say new because it is more than likely that the proposal will be translated into law, although we will have to see when: the reform of Law 4/2013 has been a failure. The amount, the update and the refund of the deposit do […]

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29

May
2019

The Crime of Spreading Sex, Nudity or Pornography

The crime of spreading sex, nudity or pornography As of September 2018, a “new” crime was inserted in our legal system which, previously, due to a lack of legal and express provision, left a gap for the real typification of the act practiced and, consequently, the application of some sanction to the author of the […]

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28

May
2019

Did The Intercept Commit A Virtual Crime By Posting The Messages?

‘   Did The Intercept commit a virtual crime by posting the messages provided by a hacker? Since last Sunday, the newspaper company The Intercept has been publishing talks of Lava Jato’s prosecutors with former federal judge Sérgio Moro. According to information circulating on social networks and on the internet, The Intercept would have released […]

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06

May
2019

Economic Crimes and Reparation of Damages

  The Federal Attorney General’s Office (AGU) filed four large administrative malpractice lawsuits against the country’s main contractors, their controllers and other individuals involved in the “Lava Jato Operation”, charging approximately R $ 23 billion, which would have been diverted from the state. According to technical reports from the Federal Court of Audit (TCU) and […]

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Apr
2019

Principle of Insignificance | Crimes That Criminal Law Does Not Punish

    This article addresses the fact that the courts fail to punish certain crimes. This is due to a choice of criminal policy, due to the application of the so-called insignificance or trifle principle, according to which criminal law should not be used for conduct that is totally harmless or incapable of damaging the […]

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