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Comentarios Al Nuevo Código Penal

About: The article was published on 2005-01-01 and is currently open access. It has received 23 citations till now.
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01 Jan 2010
TL;DR: In this article, aproceso de previsión de la pena de TBC in los delitos de violencia doméstica and de género is presented.
Abstract: SUMARIO: 1. Introducción. Progresiva consolidación de la sanción de TBC en el sistema penal español. 2. Proceso de previsión de la pena de TBC en los delitos de violencia doméstica y de género. 3. Racionalidad de la previsión de la pena de TBC en los delitos de violencia doméstica y de género. 4. Problemas de aplicación de la pena de TBC en los delitos de violencia doméstica y de género. 4.1. Disfunciones concretas de la regulación normativa de la pena de TBC en los delitos de violencia doméstica y de género. 4.2. Idoneidad abstracta de la pena de TBC para confrontar los fenómenos de violencia doméstica y de género. 5. Bibliografía citada.

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TL;DR: In this article, the reforms on the penal code in the field of road safety (L.O. 10/1.995) are introduced and analysed critically. But the need for restrictive interpretation of some offenses that pose danger to life and personal (physical) properties is not emphasized.
Abstract: In this article, the reforms on the penal code in the field of road safety (L.O. 10/1.995) are introduced and analysed critically. Emphasis is given on the need for restrictive interpretation of some offenses that pose danger to life and personal (physical) properties. The penological treatment given to some disobedience cases is also criticized. On the whole, the reforms are still considered generally positive.

7 citations

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12 Aug 2020
TL;DR: In this article, the authors determine which are the requirements necessary to apply that article in replacement of the penalty the administrative regulations set out in the Law on the Prevention of Occupational Risks.
Abstract: RESUMEN: La proteccion de la salud de los trabajadores ha aumentado debido al virus Covid-19, provocando numerosas criticas a las administraciones publicas y las empresas por no dotar de suficiente material a sus trabajadores. El Codigo Penal en sus articulos 316 y 317, recoge la posibilidad de condenar a los responsables de las empresas que no cumplan con las medidas de seguridad e higiene suficientes para evitar el contagio de sus empleados. Esto nos lleva a determinar cuales son los requisitos necesarios para poder aplicar dicho articulo en sustitucion de la sancion administrativa recogida en la Ley de Prevencion de Riesgos Laborales. Palabras Clave: Derecho Penal, Derecho de los Trabajadores, Salud, Higiene, Seguridad. ABSTRACT: The protection of workers' health has increased due to the Covid-19 virus, provoking numerous criticisms of public administrations and companies for not providing enough material to their workers. The Criminal Code in Articles 316 and 317 provide for the possibility of sentencing those responsible for companies that do not comply with sufficient health and safety measures to prevent the infection of your employees. This leads us to determine which are the requirements necessary to be able to apply that article in replacement of the penalty the administrative regulations set out in the Law on the Prevention of Occupational Risks. Keywords: Criminal Law, Workers' Rights, Health, Hygiene, Safety.

6 citations


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  • ...2 (Julio-Diciembre 2020) El concepto de salud e higiene en el trabajo es definido de manera acertada por Arroyo Zapatero como “la ausencia de riesgos para la vida y la salud del trabajador dimanante de las condiciones materiales de prestación del trabajo” (Arroyo Zapatero, 1998: 1507)....

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01 Jan 2009
TL;DR: The relationship between tort law and criminal law has been explored in this paper, with a view to understanding how much civil and criminal laws can perform the same function: compensation for harm.
Abstract: This chapter explores the relationship between tort law and criminal law. In particular it tracks one line of developments in the procedural co-ordination of criminal and civil law: the ability of criminal courts to award compensation for harm. It is a study of legal change or development: how and why law has evolved from the middle of the nineteenth century through to the present day. The chapter is also comparative, looking at the English and Spanish legal systems. The history of powers to compensate has highlighted two fundamentally different ways to resolve claims based on a concurrently tortious and criminal wrong. The English system has slowly moved from disparate and piecemeal provisions to a general if under-theorised system. On the other hand, Spain created a novel and complete system of liability to be administered by the criminal courts. This chapter seeks to trace and explain this development with a view to understanding how much civil and criminal law can perform the same function: compensation.

5 citations