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Title: The Role of Corporations in Criminal Justice – an Introduction
Author(s): Brodowski, Dominik
Editor(s): Brodowski, Dominik
Espinoza de los Monteros de la Parra, Manuel
Saad-Diniz, Eduardo
Language: English
Title: The role of corporations in criminal justice (5th AIDP Symposium for Young Penalists, Freiburg, Germany, 22nd-23rd June 2018)
Volume: 89
Startpage: 15
Endpage: 24
Publisher/Platform: Maklu
Year of Publication: 2019
Place of publication: Antwerpen
Publikation type: Book Chapter
Abstract: In the corporative turn of criminal justice, most focus is spent on how to shape criminal, quasi-criminal or para-criminal liability of corporations. However, corporations are not only suspects and accused in criminal proceedings, they are also victims of crime. Their premises may be searched and their property may be seized in criminal proceedings against third parties; and they may be required to respond, as non-accused third parties and in witnesses-like situations, to requests for information. And corporations may even play investigatory or adjudicatory roles in criminal justice. In this introductory contribution and on the background of the general design and the general aims of criminal law and criminal procedure (1.), I will discern four roles (2.) and highlight five common themes of corporate involvement in criminal justice (3.).
URL of the first publication: http://www.hu.usp.br/wp-content/uploads/sites/278/2019/05/RIDP2018vol89issue1.pdf
Link to this record: hdl:20.500.11880/27721
http://dx.doi.org/10.22028/D291-28484
ISBN: 978-90-466-0982-8
Date of registration: 10-Sep-2019
Faculty: R - Rechtswissenschaftliche Fakultät
Department: R - Rechtswissenschaft
Professorship: R - Jun.-Prof. Dr. Dominik Brodowski
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