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Unit CRIMINAL LAW M-Z

Course
Law
Study-unit Code
GP005989
Location
PERUGIA
Curriculum
In all curricula
Teacher
Andrea Sereni
CFU
18
Course Regulation
Coorte 2016
Offered
2018/19
Type of study-unit
Opzionale (Optional)
Type of learning activities
Attività formativa integrata

I - CRIMINAL LAW - GENERAL PART (M-Z)

Code GP005998
Location PERUGIA
CFU 12
Teacher Andrea Sereni
Teachers
  • Andrea Sereni - Didattica Ufficiale
Hours
  • 84 ore - Didattica Ufficiale - Andrea Sereni
Learning activities Caratterizzante
Area Penalistico
Sector IUS/17
Type of study-unit Opzionale (Optional)
Language of instruction Italian
Contents Basic notions and elements of criminal law
Reference texts 1) Fiorella, Le strutture del diritto penale. Questioni fondamentali di parte generale, Torino, G. Giappichelli editore, 2018.2) A. Sereni, L’ente guardiano. L’autorganizzazione del controllo penale, Torino, G. Giappichelli editore, 2016.
Educational objectives The acquisition by the student of basic concepts and an adequate ability to analyze criminal law.
Prerequisites No.
Teaching methods Oral lection.
Other information Analysis of jurisprudence.
Learning verification modality Oral examination.
Extended program Basic notions and elements of criminal law.

II - MODELS AND SANCTIONING FUNCTIONS OF CRIMINAL LAW (M-Z)

Code GP005999
Location PERUGIA
CFU 6
Teacher Andrea Sereni
Teachers
  • Stefania Sartarelli - Didattica Ufficiale (Codocenza)
Hours
  • 36 ore - Didattica Ufficiale (Codocenza) - Stefania Sartarelli
Learning activities Caratterizzante
Area Penalistico
Sector IUS/17
Type of study-unit Opzionale (Optional)
Language of instruction Italian
Contents The Module is divided into two parts, the first part, the most relevant one, encompassing the deepening of the legal issues of a general part that are differently linked to the institute of "Pena (Penal sanction)" and provides for the discussion of the following themes:1) Criminal Law History: Statements; The death penalty and torture; The functions of the punishment.2) The main punishments in the Italian criminal system: The life imprisonment and other penitentiary sentences; The pecuniary penalty; The alternative sanctions for short-term imprisonment sentences; The sanctions of corporate liability.3) The problem of punishment (Articles 132 and 133 c.p.); The tenuity of the fact (Article 131bis c.p.); The principle of favor rei; The relevance of the cultural factor (Multiculturalism).4) Special sanctioning models: criminal law "of minors" and Criminal Justice of the Judge of Peace; Criminal mediation.5) Alternative measures of detention, in particular, the probation with the social services and “semilibertà”.The second part, the shortest, most specialized, will be dedicated to the study of some of the criminal figures involved in the crimes against the person.
Reference texts For the general part of the Module: Dispense (350 pages, approximately) available in paper format at the Juridical Library of the Department of Law or in pdf format accessing the unistudium platform or by contacting the teacher directly at your e-mail address (stefania.sartarelli@unipg.it).For the special section of the Module: FIORELLA, A. (a cura di), Questioni fondamentali della parte speciale del diritto penale, Giappichelli, Torino, 2016, limited to Capitoli 1 e 2 della parte I (“I reati contro la persona”).Alternatively, FIANDACA G.-MUSCO E., Diritto penale, parte speciale, Zanichelli, Bologna, ultima edizione, limited to Capitolo 1( “I delitti contro la vita e l’incolumità personale”) e al Capitolo 4, Sezione II (“I delitti contro la libertà morale”).
Educational objectives The module intends to deepen the “PENA” institute from all its points of view, history, functions, classical, "special" and "innovative" types (recently introduced in the court of cognition) , execution and extinction. The discussion of the issues mentioned will always be accompanied by a review of the jurisprudence case, in order to bring the student closer to the dimension in action of criminal law.
Prerequisites ---
Teaching methods Frontal lessons.
Seminar activities that actively involve the student in studying the legal issues posed.
Other information The Module is part of the Criminal Law Teaching Form I (A-L and M-Z), which is therefore referred to the Prerequisite Guidelines and Learning Modes test.
Learning verification modality Oral examination
Extended program The Module is divided into two parts, a first part, the most relevant one, encompassing the deepening of the legal issues of a general part that are differently linked to the institute of "Pena (Penal sanction)" and provides for the discussion of the following themes:1) Criminal Law History: Statements; The death penalty and torture; The functions of the punishment.2) The main punishments in the Italian criminal system: The life imprisonment and other penitentiary sentences; The pecuniary penalty; The alternative sanctions for short-term imprisonment sentences; The sanctions of corporate liability.3) The problem of punishment (Articles 132 and 133); The tenuity of the fact (Article 132bis); The principle of favor rei; The relevance of the cultural factor (Multiculturalism).4) Special sanctioning models: criminal law "of minors" and Criminal Justice of the Judge of Peace; Criminal mediation.5) Alternative measures of detention, in particular, the probation with the social services and “semilibertà”.The second part, the shortest, most specialized, will be dedicated to the study of some of the criminal figures involved in the crimes against the person.Books: For the general part of the Module: Dispense (350 pages, approximately) available in paper format at the Juridical Library of the Department of Law or in pdf format accessing the unistudium platform or by contacting the teacher directly at your e-mail address (stefania.sartarelli@unipg.it).For the special section of the Module: FIORELLA, A. (a cura di), Questioni fondamentali della parte speciale del diritto penale, Giappichelli, Torino, 2016, limited to Capitoli 1 e 2 della parte I (“I reati contro la persona”).Alternatively, FIANDACA G.-MUSCO E., Diritto penale, parte speciale, Zanichelli, Bologna, ultima edizione, limited to Capitolo 1( “I delitti contro la vita e l’incolumità personale”) e al Capitolo 4, Sezione II (“I delitti contro la libertà morale”).
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