Argomenti di procedura penale, III

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Criminal Procedure Arguments, III

Giulio Ubertis

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[Autom. eng. transl.] The volume contains a series of writings, which ideally revolve around three main reference poles. The first concerns the law of criminal trials, with the examination, among other things, of the semantic conception of truth in its application to the process and of the distribution of probative powers between the judge and the parties. The second concerns the question of the effectiveness of the adversarial proceedings, with particular regard to the protection of the right of defense. The third, widening the perspective to safeguard all fundamental rights, deals with the issue of the relationships between supranational precepts and domestic law, with particular attention to Italy's adaptation to the condemnations suffered by the European Court of Human Rights.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Criminal Procedure Arguments, III
Original languageItalian
PublisherGiuffrè Editore
ISBN (Print)88-14-15567-4
Publication statusPublished - 2011


  • Acquisizione processuale
  • Adversary system
  • Azione penale
  • Contraddittorio
  • Contumacia
  • Defence investigations
  • Durata ragionevole del processo
  • Epistemologia giudiziaria
  • Evidence
  • Fair trial
  • Giudizio abbreviato
  • Giusto processo
  • Investigazioni difensive
  • Judicial epistemology
  • Judicial truth
  • Methodological neutrality of the judge
  • Multiculturalism
  • Multiculturalismo
  • Neutralità metodologica del giudice
  • Prescrizione penale
  • Procedura penale sovranazionale
  • Prosecution
  • Prova
  • Reasonable duration of trial
  • Review of penal judgement
  • Revisione
  • Statute of limitations
  • Summary proceedings
  • Supranational criminal procedure
  • Testimonianza
  • Testimony
  • Trial acquisition
  • Trial in absence
  • Verità giudiziale


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