Criminal procedure law

Criminal procedure law

To regulate the set of legal rules which, in a given State, regulate the execution of the criminal process.

Given the persistent climate of continuous reform, research focuses on the issues covered by recent legislative interventions, in parallel with the evolution of the jurisprudential guidelines. In particular, the subject matter of the short trial and its controversies with correlations with the constitutional principles of reasonable duration and mandatory prosecution; the innovations in terms of legitimate impediment; the revision of the internal criminal judgement following ascertainment of the violation of human rights by the European Court of Human Rights; the acquisition and use of the so-called genetic evidence. Methodologically, the fragmented nature of the reforms is contrasted with systematic reconstructive lines.

People

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Laura Bartoli

Junior assistant professor (fixed-term)

keywords: Digital evidence, Civil party, Critical infrastructure, Restorative justice
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Michele Caianiello

Full Professor

keywords: Digital evidence, Defence Rights, European Criminal Justice, Comparative and International Criminal Procedure

Alberto Camon

Full Professor

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Sergio Ippedico

PhD Student

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Giulia Lasagni

Senior assistant professor (fixed-term)

keywords: Predictive Justice, Algorithms and Criminal Proceedings, Defence rights in criminal proceedings, Banking and financial
keywords: emotions; decision-making; narrative analysis; legal reasoning; interaction.
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Renzo Orlandi

Full Professor

keywords: Oreganised crime, Political privilege, Criminal Justice Reform, Criminal justice, Fundamental Rights, Secial
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Daniele Vicoli

Associate Professor

keywords: the admissibility of evidence, the rights of the detained person, the reform of the prison system, the illegal penalty,