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The issue of criminal justice in the matter of youth
Parýzková, Beate ; Jelínek, Jiří (advisor) ; Vanduchová, Marie (referee)
My thesis deals with selected problems related to the criminal justice in the matter of youth. These problems mainly result from the fact that this is a specific group of offenders and that it is necessary to react to their unlawful activities and viewed them in a different way compared to the cases of adults. Therefore criminal law of young offenders resulted in the separate legal regulation which is contained in the Act no. 218/2003 Coll., on Judicial System in the Matter of Youth. I divide this thesis internally into six parts which have a logical sequence. The first part deals with terminology which occurs in the Act and differs from general adjudication which is stipulated by the Criminal Code and Code of Criminal Procedure. It is necessary to acquire different terms to get a good orientation in the given issues. The second part deals with restorative justice on which basis the act on judicial system in the matter of youth is built up. It is a restoring justice where no primary vengeance exists. Since we cannot say that there exists a stable definition of restorative justice, I mention mainly the principles which this concept is based on. Further, I make a passing comment about some institutes and provisions in which the principles of restorative justice are reflected. Next part describes...
Methodology of investigation of the criminal act of robbery
Vrkotová, Alice ; Jelínek, Jiří (advisor) ; Krupička, Jiří (referee)
My thesis entitled "Methodology of investigation of the criminal act of robbery" focuses on the individual steps undertaken by the police from the moment the offence is reported until the prosecution is filed with the state attorney. The main focus of my work is to describe, in the greatest detail possible and with attention to the given practice and formal faultlessness, the most important procedural steps, both in the verification phase, i.e. prior to the commencement of the criminal prosecution, and in the phase of investigation. A particular emphasis is placed on the examination of the crime scene and subsequent criminological evaluation thereof. The thesis comprises six chapters; the therd chapter discusses initial verification acts, from the commencement of the criminal procedure according to section 158, paragraph 3 of the penal code, treatment of the victims, particularly the above mentioned examination of the crime scene. The fourth chapter that discusses investigation is crucial. The chapter outlines the individual steps of the investigator in logical sequence, i.e. decision about the commencement of the criminal prosecution (section 160 of the penal code, interview with the accused and witnesses, criminological examination of the tracks collected at the crime scene or uncovered as part...
The use of an agent within a criminal procedure
Dvořák, Marek ; Jelínek, Jiří (advisor) ; Vokoun, Rudolf (referee)
1 POUŽITÍ AGENTA V TRESTNÍM ŘÍZENÍ THE USE OF AN AGENT WITHIN A CRIMINAL PROCEDURE Mgr. Marek Dvořák Rigorózní práce (2019) ABSTRACT This work deals with one of the effective tools for fighting with an organized crime, which is the use of an agent in criminal proceedings according to the § 158e of the Criminal Procedure Code. The use of an agent is one of the operative searching means that are exhaustively defined by procedural law. It is a strongly offensive instrument with very complicated legal regulation, which sometimes (as practically the only one) makes possible to obtain objective evidence directly from the complex environment of conspiratorially organized criminal groups. At the same time, the use of an agent often collides with a high standard of basic human rights guaranteed by national law and by international law as well. Therefore, this issue also requires an examination of its international aspects including the case law of the European Court of Human Rights. This thesis is divided (without an introduction and conclusion) into four major chapters. In these chapters, there are discussed all relevant issues in its entirety, including less common or controversial issues. Within the individual parts, the author is expressing his opinions de lege ferenda that should be considered. All of these...
Selected issues of criminal liability of legal entities
Slobodník, Martin ; Jelínek, Jiří (advisor) ; Bohuslav, Lukáš (referee) ; Fryšták, Marek (referee)
Název disertační práce v anglickém jazyce, abstrakt v anglickém jazyce a 3 klíčová slova v anglickém jazyce Název disertační práce v anglickém jazyce: Selected issues of criminal liability of legal entities Abstrakt v anglickém jazyce: The author of the propounded thesis is dealing with a controversial issue of criminal sanctioning of legal entities in selected countries of the European Union. With the presented topic of criminal liability of legal entities is not only engaged the specialized public in the Czech Republic, but it is also a controversial theme among other European states. The topic remains current, as is witnessed not only by the frequent expert conferences, but also by the legislative activity in the Czech Republic, neighbouring countries and other parts of Europe. It is clear that individual legislators are still seeking the optimal embedding of effective sanctions against legal entities, including related penal institutes. The second chapter of this thesis is devoted to valid and effective international and transnational documents, which are closer examined. Due to the fact that each of the sources contains just general requirements, a number of states are positively assessed when implementing the transnational and international commitments, because these states, except few of them,...
The injured party and his procedural rights in Czech criminal proceedings
Vaňková, Zuzana ; Jelínek, Jiří (advisor) ; Pelc, Vladimír (referee)
The injured party and his procedural rights in Czech criminal proceedings Abstract: The subject of this paper is the injured party and his procedural rights in current Czech criminal proceedings. The aim of this paper is to depict the victims' position comprehensively, with an emphasis on their procedural rights in criminal proceedings. The systematics of the text is chosen in such a way, so that individual situations in which the concerned persons end up and their related rights follow as far as possible chronologically. The first chapter is concerned with defining the basic concepts and also with sources of the relevant legal regulation. Afterwards, the paper contains the description of the period from committing the crime to the criminal proceedings, mainly from the victims' point of view. Firstly, some statistic data is given to illustrate the likelihood of victimization in the Czech Republic, followed by an enumeration of lawful reaction to it. The list of places, where the victim can find help and support, is mentioned as well as the description of the possible entrances to the criminal proceedings. The following part deals with the way in which the injured party acts in the proceedings - his procedural subjectivity and potential representation, including the related costs. Then, a section concerned...
The crime of robbery in comparison with selected crimes against personal freedom
Wachtlová, Nikola ; Jelínek, Jiří (advisor) ; Pelc, Vladimír (referee)
The crime of robbery in comparison with selected crimes agains personal freedom This rigorous work focuses on the crime of robbery comparison with selected crimes against personal freedom. It deals primarily with the crime of robbery in terms of the criminal law. This thesis is systematically classified so that it contains the historical context of legal regulation of robbery in the territory of today's Czech Republic. In addition, the basic concepts, which are in the main a crime as such and freedom, like freedom, not only as the freedom of an individual, but also the protection of property, including the very innocuousness of the dwelling, which, of course, is part of the concept of freedom. After a historical excursion and general interpretation, a more detailed analysis of the crime of robbery de lege lata follws, i.e. in accordance with the applicable law, namely robbery and robbery qualified. The next chapter of this work deals with criminal liability and the associated fault and the same time in this chapter we find a brief description of the circumstances excluding illegality, which are related to criminal law. In the following chapter, the thesis deals with the descripsion of the obligatory features of the facts of each crime, which are the object, the objective page, the subject, the...
Insolvency crimes
Suchomelová, Veronika ; Jelínek, Jiří (advisor) ; Vokoun, Rudolf (referee)
Title: Insolvency crimes Abstract The aim of the submitted rigorous thesis to give a comprehensive overview about specific category of crimes related to contractual obligations between creditors and debtors, bankruptcy and its solution in insolvency proceeding. At first, the thesis analyzes the main concepts, "crime" and "bankruptcy". The thesis also includes historical excursion to former legislations of insolvency crimes in the penal law in the territory od today's Czech Republic, as well as off criminal legislation directly related to bankruptcy offences. This historical outline should clarify whether the current legislation on insolvency crimes has inspired a past adjustment or whether it has come up with a new concept of punishing this group of crimes. One of the primary aims of this thesis is to assess whether, in the case of criminal liability for crimes classified as "insolvent", one of the fundamental principals of criminal law, namely the principal of subsidiarity of criminal repression, is applied consistently. A picture of this isme can be made both from the actual text of the thesis and from the annex part, which shows the number of prosecuted and convicted persons for committing individual insolvent crimes in period 2009 - 2016. The core of the thesis is an analysis of individual crimes that...
Domestic violence and its prevention
Votavová, Viktorie ; Vanduchová, Marie (advisor) ; Jelínek, Jiří (referee)
Předložená diplomová práce řeší problematiku domácího násilí jako společenského feno- ménu soudobým pohledem psychologie, kriminologie, práva a prevence. Cílem této práce je rozbor fenoménu domácího násilí po psychologické, kriminologické a právní stránce. Tato práce rozebírá jednotlivé právní nástroje, konkrétní trestné činy v kontextu domácího ná- silí, ale také prevenci a osvětu. Práce je zaměřena na dopad domácího násilí na děti, dále na jednotlivé trestné činy související s domácím násilím a také na prevenci domácího násilí, poradenství a kontext s Istanbulskou úmluvou. 1
Significance of Victimology for the Crime Prevention
Stránská, Eva ; Vanduchová, Marie (advisor) ; Jelínek, Jiří (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to provide an information about victimology, its history, on what issues this field of study focuses and what knowledge it provides. Then it is about analysis of whether and how it is possible to use this knowledge for the field of crime prevention and whether it is possible to take more effective preventive measures oriented at the crime victims and what they are. This thesis is divided to introduction, conclusion and six chapters. For introducing the topic into a wider context, the first chapter deals with criminology as the overarching theme of victimology and crime prevention. The second chapter focuses on the criminality, what role victims have in it and what are the possibilities of its control. It defines a concept of crime and its basic characteristics. There is a description of the deference between actual, registered and latent criminality, and what mostly causes its latency. The third chapter provides detailed interpretation of the victimology. The history of this field is briefly described. The principal victimological concepts are defined here, such as victimity, victimization and also crime victims, their typology and differences from the injured party. There are also mentioned the victimology studies and their significance. In conclusion of this chapter...
The concept of a criminal offence in the Czech criminal Code
Pačesová, Anna ; Jelínek, Jiří (advisor) ; Vanduchová, Marie (referee)
I Abstract This diploma thesis focuses on the matter of the concept of a criminal offence in the Czech Criminal Code, as one of the major issues within criminal liability. The year 2009 brought the new Czech Criminal Code and with it also a few changes. One of the most discussed ones was the transition from material or material- formal concept of a criminal offence to a formal concept of a criminal offence. Thanks to the simultaneous introduction of the principle of subsidiarity of criminal repression, as a substantive correction of criminal lawlessness, this formalized concept has become a more of a materialized formal concept. So suddenly, there are two corrections of criminal lawlessness, the substantive one, as mentioned, and also a procedural correction based on the facultative option of the prosecutor to terminate the prosecution for reasons of ineffectiveness. The opinions on the matter of the necessity of both of the corrections in Czech criminal law differs among criminal law experts. That is also why I presented them in contrast and evaluate them at the end of the thesis. This thesis strives to describe and summarize the problem of the concept of crime to be as comprehensive as possible, so it is divided into four main parts, which are logically connected to each other and each of them is divided...

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