Journal of Forensic Research

ISSN: 2157-7145

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Diana Galletta

Department of Neuroscience and Reproductive and Odontostomatological Sciences, University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Campania, Italy

  • Research Article   
    The Assessment of the Clinical Social Danger by the Subject Committing a Crime
    Author(s): Diana Galletta*

    Currently in Italy sometimes the criminal cohorts based on the combined provisions of articles 202 (Applicability of security measures), 203 (Social danger) and 133 (Gravity of the crime: Evaluation of the effects of the penalty) of the code they feel the need to assess whether the human person who has committed a criminal offense is "socially dangerous ". The Italian criminal code establishes that for socially dangerous people who have committed a criminally relevant act (crime or quasicriminal) envisaged as such at the time of its commission, additional security measures may be applied and maintained. Even in cases determined by the law in which the legislator makes the need for rehabilitation prevail for a fact not foreseen by the law as a crime (defined as a quasi-criminal, these are mandatory cases: The impossible crime, the criminal agreement not ex.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2157-7145.2023.14.546

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