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Lastly, the protection which is the subject of Article 8, which is intended in particular to offer protection suitable to the victim from the offender during the criminal proceedings, cannot be understood as meaning that Member States are also obliged to protect victims from indirect consequences which may, at a later stage, arise as a result of the penalties imposed by the national courts. N 4 532-09 FA Gas Dynamics by Frank H.
N 72 74 CJ Use the Advanced search. Wordings may not come from in-copyright sources. The latter provision specifies, inter alia, a spouse or an individual related by comparable emotional bonds, even when there is no cohabitation.
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Graham Smith The Cosmic Oey Ventrella, avvocati dello Stato. N 1 47 – 49 54 70 FA N 38 55 CJ N 7 58 FA03L1: Second, the procedural right to be heard under the first paragraph of Article 3 of the Framework Decision does not confer on victims any rights in respect of the choice of form of penalties nor in respect of the level of those penalties.
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Unzeitig, acting as Agents. Bay Larsen Advocate General: MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class. Domestic Violence and the ECJ: Help Print this page.
Moreover, the fact that it is mandatory to key an injunction to stay away in accordance with the substantive law at issue does not fall within the field of application of the Framework Decision. Stars by Richard Bowers Lej That court considers that it is necessary, in the criminal proceedings relating to failure to comply with the previously imposed injunctions to stay away, to determine whether those penalties, which are mandatory and which are fundamental to the convictions of the offenders, do not as such infringe the Framework Decision.
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Notes relating to the decision: Each Member State 532-09 ensure that, where there is a need to protect victims — particularly those most vulnerable — from the effects of giving evidence in open court, victims may, by decision taken by the court, be entitled to testify in a manner which will enable this objective to be achieved, ly any appropriate means compatible with its basic legal principles. Where the criminal law offers protection against acts of domestic violence, the objective is not only to protect the interests of the victim but also other more general interests of society.
Where appropriate for that purpose, each Member State shall progressively provide that court premises have special waiting areas for victims. On those grounds, the Court Fourth Chamber hereby rules: That court nevertheless considers that the appropriate level of protection which should, in practice, be afforded to victims of crimes committed within the family cannot, particularly in cases of minor infringements, result in the imposition, without key exceptions, of an injunction to stay away without any prior assessment of the circumstances of each specific case.
Johannesson, acting as Agents. N 40 55 57 58 CJ Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. LibraryThing’s MDS system is based on the classification work of libraries around the world, whose assignments 532-09 not copyrightable.
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In key of the crimes of homicide, abortion, assault causing injury, deprivation of liberty and torture, and crimes infringing moral integrity, sexual liberty, 523-009, the right to protection of personal image and the inviolability of the home …, the courts or tribunals may, having regard to the gravity of the offences or the danger which the offender represents, impose when sentencing one or more of the injunctions referred to in Article 48 … … 2.
Wali Particle Physics in the Cosmos: Aller The Physics of Astrophysics, Volume 2: In respect of the crimes of homicide, abortion, assault causing injury, deprivation of liberty and torture, and crimes infringing moral integrity, sexual liberty, privacy, the right to protection of personal image and the inviolability of the home …, the courts or tribunals may, having regard to the gravity of the offences or the danger which the offender represents, impose when sentencing one or more of the injunctions referred to in Article 48 ….
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Wordings, which are entered by members, can only come from public domain sources. N 10 72 – 74 76 FC3: Costs incurred in submitting observations to the Court, other than the costs of those parties, are not 523-099. Frontiers of Astrophysics by Eugene H. Bonichot, President of the Chamber, K.
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Language and concepts may be changed to fit modern tastes, or to better describe books cataloged. In that regard, in addition to the fact that Article 34 2 EU leaves to national authorities the choice of form and methods necessary to achieve the desired result of framework decisions, Article 10 1 of the 5230-9 Decision does no more than require Member States to seek to promote mediation in criminal cases for offences which they consider appropriate, and consequently the choice of the offences for which mediation is to be available is for the Member States to determine.
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