CRIMINAL TRIAL LAW II
The teaching of Criminal Procedural Law II (division AL) is dedicated to the discipline of the "dynamic" part of criminal procedural law, that is the development of the criminal proceedings, its forms, its contents and diversions, starting from from the registration of the crime report to the appellate remedies and the final judgement.
The police activities and the powers of the public prosecutor from crime report until the conclusion of the investigation. The preliminary hearing contents and its decision rules. The category of special proceedings, and their interconnection with the "ordinary" process. The trial dynamics with specific reference to evidence law. The characteristics of the appeal proceedings and of the proceedings before the Supreme Court.
AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
The teaching of criminal procedural law II (split A-L) aims to provide students with extensive notions and jurisprudential insights on criminal procedural law with specific reference to the following topics:
Crime report and its registration;
Preliminary investigations with particular attention to the activity carried out in this phase by the police, the public prosecutor and the defendant
The precautionary measure proceedings;
The dismissal proceedings;
The different hypotesis of prosecution;
The contents and forms of the preliminary hearing as well as the decision-making rules underlying the ruling of no place to proceed and the committal for trial;
The dynamics of the trial with specific reference to probative instruction;
Special judgments and their interconnections with the “ordinary” trial;
The ordinary and extraordinary appeal remedies.
MITJA GIALUZ (President)
LUCA BARONTINI (Substitute)
LORENZO AGOSTINO (Substitute)
Lectures are going to start on tuesday the 16th of february and are going to end last week of april.