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From the Judge's Arbitrium to the Legality Principle. : Legislation as a Source of Law in Criminal Trials

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From the Judge's Arbitrium to the Legality Principle. : Legislation as a Source of Law in Criminal Trials
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From the Judge's Arbitrium to the Legality Principle.
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Legislation as a Source of Law in Criminal Trials
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  • Hauptbeschreibung The legality principle characterizes all western legal systems, and it has become an integral part of the Western rule of law and the international human rights law. The principle dates back to enlightened jurists such as Cesare Beccaria and to social contract thinkers such as Charles de Secondat de Montesquieu, according to whom judges were to act only as the mouthpiece of the statutory law. Paul Johann Anselm von Feuerbach, the inventor of the famous maxim nullum crimen, nulla poena sine lege, developed these thoughts further. The emergence of the legality principle links closely to the teachings on the division of powers. The studies of this volume cover most of Europe from England, Italy and Spain to Sweden, Russia and England, and both the South and North American continents. In most parts of Europe, the nineteenth-century criminal law reforms form an integral part of the >liberalInhaltsverzeichnis Georges MartynIntroduction: From Arbitrium to Legality? Or Legality and Arbitrium?Anthony MussonCriminal Legislation and the Common Law in Late Medieval EnglandMassimo MeccarelliDimensions of Justice and Ordering Factors in Criminal Law from the Middle Ages till Juridical ModernityWim DecockThe Judge's Conscience and the Protection of the Criminal Defendant: Moral Safeguards against Judicial ArbitrarinessSébastien DhalluinControl of the Arbitrium of the Criminal Judge of the >Parliament of Flanders< by Royal LegislationMathias SchmoeckelThe Mystery of Power Verdicts Solved? Frederick II of Prussia and the Emerging Independence of JurisdictionSylvain Soleil»Lex Imperat«: Creation and Exportation of the French Model of the Legality Principle (18th-19th C.)Heikki PihlajamäkiLegalism before the Legality Principle? Royal Statutes and Early Modern Swedish Criminal LawMatthew C. MirowThe Legality Principle and the Constitution of
  • CádizAntónio Manuel HespanhaThe Pale Shade of Legality: The Resilience of Arbitrary Criminal Iudicia after the Era of Revolutions - the Portuguese caseAlejandro AgüeroLaw and Criminal Justice in the Spanish Colonial Order: the Problematic Enforcement of the Legality Principle in the Early National Law in ArgentinaAniceto MasferrerPrinciple of Legality and Codification in the Western Criminal Law ReformTatiana BorisovaLegislation as a Source of Law in Late Imperial RussiaMarju Luts-Sootak and Marin SedmanAmbivalences of the Legality Principle in the Penal Law of the Baltic Provinces in the Russian Empire (1710-1917)Kimmo NuotioLegality over Time: the Path of the Nullum Crimen Principle to a Fully Anchored Legal Principle in Finnish Penal Law Markus D. DubberThe Legality Principle in American and German Criminal Law: An Essay in Comparative Legal HistoryMichele PifferiIndetermined Sentence and the Nulla Poena Sine Lege Principle: Contrasting Views on Punishment in the U.S. and Europe between the 19th and the 20th Century Contributors
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Martyn, Georges
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300
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K5460 -- .F76 2013eb
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non fiction
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  • Musson, Anthony
  • Pihlajamäki, Heikki
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Comparative Studies in Continental and Anglo-American Legal History - Band 31
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v.31
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  • Criminal procedure
  • Legislation
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From the Judge's Arbitrium to the Legality Principle. : Legislation as a Source of Law in Criminal Trials
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  • Intro -- Table of Contents -- Georges Martyn: Introduction: From Arbitrium to Legality? Or Legality and Arbitrium? -- Anthony Musson: Criminal Legislation and the Common Law in Late Medieval England -- Massimo Meccarelli: Dimensions of Justice and Ordering Factors in Criminal Law from the Middle Ages till Juridical Modernity -- Wim Decock: The Judge's Conscience and the Protection of the Criminal Defendant: Moral Safeguards against Judicial Arbitrariness -- Sébastien Dhalluin: Control of the Arbitrium of the Criminal Judge of the 'Parliament of Flanders' by Royal Legislation -- Mathias Schmoeckel: The Mystery of Power Verdicts Solved? Frederick II of Prussia and the Emerging Independence of Jurisdiction -- Sylvain Soleil: "Lex Imperat": Creation and Exportation of the French Model of Legality Principle (18th-19th C.) -- Heikki Pihlajamäki: Legalism before the Legality Principle? Royal Statutes and Early Modern Swedish Criminal Law -- Matthew C. Mirow: The Legality Principle and the Constitution of Cádiz -- António Manuel Hespanha: The Pale Shade of Legality: The Resilience of Arbitrary Criminal Iudicia after the Era of Revolutions - the Portuguese case -- Alejandro Agüero: Law and Criminal Justice in the Spanish Colonial Order: the Problematic Enforcement of the Legality Principle in the Early National Law in Argentina -- Aniceto Masferrer: Principle of Legality and Codification in the Western Criminal Law Reform -- Tatiana Borisova: Legislation as a Source of Law in Late Imperial Russia -- Marju Luts-Sootak and Marin Sedman: Ambivalences of the Legality Principle in the Penal Law of the Baltic Provinces in the Russian Empire (1710-1917) -- Kimmo Nuotio: Legality over Time: the Path of the Nullum Crimen Principle to a Fully Anchored Legal Principle in Finnish Penal Law
  • Markus D. Dubber: The Legality Principle in American and German Criminal Law: An Essay in Comparative Legal History -- Michele Pifferi: Indetermined Sentence and the Nulla Poena Sine Lege Principle: Contrasting Views on Punishment in the U.S. and Europe between the 19th and the 20th Century -- Contributors
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From the Judge's Arbitrium to the Legality Principle. : Legislation as a Source of Law in Criminal Trials
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https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/oulaw/detail.action?docID=1370340
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Contents
  • Intro -- Table of Contents -- Georges Martyn: Introduction: From Arbitrium to Legality? Or Legality and Arbitrium? -- Anthony Musson: Criminal Legislation and the Common Law in Late Medieval England -- Massimo Meccarelli: Dimensions of Justice and Ordering Factors in Criminal Law from the Middle Ages till Juridical Modernity -- Wim Decock: The Judge's Conscience and the Protection of the Criminal Defendant: Moral Safeguards against Judicial Arbitrariness -- Sébastien Dhalluin: Control of the Arbitrium of the Criminal Judge of the 'Parliament of Flanders' by Royal Legislation -- Mathias Schmoeckel: The Mystery of Power Verdicts Solved? Frederick II of Prussia and the Emerging Independence of Jurisdiction -- Sylvain Soleil: "Lex Imperat": Creation and Exportation of the French Model of Legality Principle (18th-19th C.) -- Heikki Pihlajamäki: Legalism before the Legality Principle? Royal Statutes and Early Modern Swedish Criminal Law -- Matthew C. Mirow: The Legality Principle and the Constitution of Cádiz -- António Manuel Hespanha: The Pale Shade of Legality: The Resilience of Arbitrary Criminal Iudicia after the Era of Revolutions - the Portuguese case -- Alejandro Agüero: Law and Criminal Justice in the Spanish Colonial Order: the Problematic Enforcement of the Legality Principle in the Early National Law in Argentina -- Aniceto Masferrer: Principle of Legality and Codification in the Western Criminal Law Reform -- Tatiana Borisova: Legislation as a Source of Law in Late Imperial Russia -- Marju Luts-Sootak and Marin Sedman: Ambivalences of the Legality Principle in the Penal Law of the Baltic Provinces in the Russian Empire (1710-1917) -- Kimmo Nuotio: Legality over Time: the Path of the Nullum Crimen Principle to a Fully Anchored Legal Principle in Finnish Penal Law
  • Markus D. Dubber: The Legality Principle in American and German Criminal Law: An Essay in Comparative Legal History -- Michele Pifferi: Indetermined Sentence and the Nulla Poena Sine Lege Principle: Contrasting Views on Punishment in the U.S. and Europe between the 19th and the 20th Century -- Contributors
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1st ed.
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1 online resource (408 pages)
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9783428540181
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computer
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rdamedia
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c
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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  • (OCoLC)858762532

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