Why Sentencing needs a separate Trial in the Continental System

Demetra Sorvatzioti, Charalambos Papacharalambous (Editor)

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The book will focus on various of the most recent streams of thought as to the philosophy of punishment, on international and interdisciplinary criminal law issues and the respective role of criminal sanctions as well as on law comparative issues concerning Cyprus and Greece. The theoretical part will more specifically present vistas relative to the relationship of criminal law and politics, whereas the international/interdisciplinary criminal justice discourse touches upon topics like EU and international criminal law, organized crime, sentencing, correctional policy and transitional justice issues. The comparative part deals with very interesting sectors of applied discourse as to punishment like suspension of imprisonment, life term, penology problems and problems of specific sanctions like confiscation.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Aims of Punishment. Theoretical, International and Law Comparative Approaches,
PublisherSakkoulas Publications
ISBN (Print)978-960-648-149-9
Publication statusPublished - 2020


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