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Unit CRIMINAL PROCEDURE M-Z

Course
Law
Study-unit Code
05199415
Location
PERUGIA
Curriculum
In all curricula
Teacher
Mariangela Montagna
Teachers
  • Mariangela Montagna - Didattica Ufficiale
Hours
  • 90 ore - Didattica Ufficiale - Mariangela Montagna
CFU
15
Course Regulation
Coorte 2015
Offered
2018/19
Learning activities
Caratterizzante
Area
Processualpenalistico
Sector
IUS/16
Type of study-unit
Obbligatorio (Required)
Type of learning activities
Attività formativa monodisciplinare
Language of instruction
Italian
Contents
The Constitutional Criminal Procedure - The Judiciary System - The Law of Evidence - The Coercive Measures - The Investigation System - The Preliminary Hearing - The Special Proceedings - The Trial - Remedies and Reliefs - The Res Judicata - The Enforcement of Judgments.
Reference texts
Books:
CdL Magistrale
a) Fiorio – Fonti – Montagna, Corso di procedura penale, Mondadori, in corso di stampa;
b) About scientific investigations: AA.VV., L'assassinio d M. Kercher. Anatomia del processo di Perugia, a cura di M. Montagna, Aracne editore, 2013 (just the essays of Tonini, Curtotti, Donato, Felicioni, De Cataldo Neuburger, Conti, Montagna);
or, in alternative,
about the Companie's Liability: AA.VV., La prova nel processo agli enti, a cura di C. Fiorio, Giappichelli, 2016.It's necessary a Code of criminal procedure.

2. Erasmus students: Fiorio – Fonti – Montagna, Corso di procedura penale, Mondadori,only some chapters. About them ask to the professor.

3. For students with a degree in Scienze Giuridiche or Scienze dei Servizi Giuridici:
A) Only the part about remedies in the criminal trial, in :
C. Fiorio –R. Fonti – M. Montagna, Corso di procedura penale, Mondadori, in corso di stampa,

B) scientific evidence in : AA.VV., L'assassinio d M. Kercher. Anatomia del processo di Perugia, a cura di M. Montagna, Aracne editore, 2013 (i soli contributi di Tonini, Curtotti, Donato, Felicioni, De Cataldo Neuburger, Conti, Montagna).
Educational objectives
The course aims to provide an understanding of the general principles and dynamics of the criminal trial, as well as to develop students' ability to enhance and critically analyze the discipline. Basic knwoledge students will be able to gain will be:- knowledge of the function and of the characteristics of criminal procedure;- knowledge of the legal framework of the criminal procedure system. The main skills that allow students to apply the knowledge acquired will be:- ability to understand legal texts and case law;- critical thinking and evaluation autonomy in the analysis of controversial exegetic issues;- ability to expose the knwoledge acquired, using appropriate technical language.
Prerequisites
In order to be able to understand and to know the topics of criminal procedure, the students must have the basic notions of public law and, in particular, of criminal law.
Teaching methods
The course is organized as follows:
- lectures will deal with all the issues and problem regarding criminal procedure;- practical training; - seminars.
Learning verification modality
The exam is an oral test consisting of a discussion interview on the topics discussed during the course and examined in-depth through recommended texts. The test aims at assuring the level of knowledge and understanding, as well as synthesis, achieved by the student. Moreover, this interview will verify that the student is able to communicate, with method, propriety of language and exposure, what he has acquired. The duration of the test varies depending on the performance of the test .
Extended program
Criminal procedure : analysis of the Constitutional Criminal Procedure - The Judiciary Sistem - The Law of Evidence - The Coercive Measures - The Investigation System - The Preliminary Hearing - The Special Proceedings - The Trial - Remedies and Reliefs - The Res Judicata - The Enforcement of Judgments - The Companies' Liability.
3. Erasmus students: Constitutional Criminal Procedure - The Judiciary Sistem - The Law of Evidence - The Coercive Measures - The Investigation System - The Trial
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