Magazine Státní zastupitelství 5/2016
- Legality and Opportunity in the Light of the Forthcoming Revision of the Penal Process (Michal Jílovec, Vítězslav Kozák)
- Penalties for Unpaid Social Insurance, Penalties for Unpaid Health Insurance Premiums and the Application of the Principle of ne bis in idem in Criminal Proceedings (Renata Letková)
- Problems and Limits Based Recognition of the Principle of “Nemo se ipsum tenetur accusare” (Veronika Pochylá)
- Differentiation Attempted Crime from its Preparation for the Validity of the Criminal Code of 1852 (Pavel Kučera)
Annotation of Articles from Státní zastupitelství 5/2016
prof. JUDr. Jozef Čentéš, PhD., Generálna prokuratúra Slovenskej republiky, Právnická fakulta Univerzity Komenského v Bratislave, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The author pays attention to the development of legal adjustments criminal liability of legal persons in the Slovak Republic, which was crowned by the adoption of the Special Act on criminal liability of legal persons. Attention focuses on selected substantive aspects of this bill, which highlights the shortcomings in the law. The article expresses some suggestions for the futuro.
Mgr. Michal Jílovec, právní čekatel Okresního státního zastupitelství Brno-venkov, doktorand na katedře trestního práva PrF MU v Brně
Mgr. Vítězslav Kozák, právní čekatel Okresního státního zastupitelství v Kroměříži
The article discusses the two fundamental principles of criminal proceedings, the principle of legality and principle and opportunity. Attention is paid to each of these principles separately, focusing on their different meaning and application, so their comparison. This paper aims to answer the question whether it is for Opportunity in the Czech Criminal Procedure place and if so, whether they can legality Opportunity in the Czech Criminal Procedure Code.
Penalties for Unpaid Social Insurance, Penalties for Unpaid Health Insurance Premiums and the Application of the Principle of ne bis in idem in Criminal Proceedings
Mgr. Renata Letková, státní zástupkyně Obvodního státního zastupitelství pro Prahu 5, e-mail: email@example.com
In present contribution has resolved very topical theme relating to the application of principle of double jeopardy [„Ne bis in idem“] in the criminal proceedings, as response to the judgment of the Extensive Senat of the Supreme Administrative Court, from 24th November 2015, file sign 4 Afs 210/2014. On the basis submitted arguments the author has made conclusion consisting in non-application of the principle double jeopardy [„Ne bis in idem“] because these penals have different character against the Tax Penale, e. g. there are not criminal accusations.
Mgr. Veronika Pochylá, interní doktorandka na Katedře trestního práva PrF UP v Olomouci, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The article discusses a different approach (in theory and in practice) to problems that occur in the case of a lineup. The author focuses on the cooperation of the accused at this action and on its borders arising out of “Nemo tenetur se ipsum accusare”. The author also offers her opinion on that principle „Nemo tenetur se ipsum accusare“ that should not be overestimated because it is necessary to increase the efficiency of the criminal proceedings as well as to avoid unwanted obstructions of the defense, if we want to achieve a more effective criminal justice.