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The imposition of penalties on the concurrence of criminal offenses
Voldřich, Tomáš ; Tejnská, Katarína (referee)
The imposition of penalties on the concurrence of criminal offenses Abstract This work deals with the issue of punishing the concurence of criminal offenses. In its introduction, the most important criminal law institutes are briefly analyzed, knowledge of which is a prerequisite for a proper understanding of the following chapters. This defines the concepts of concurrence of crimes, recidivism and the continuation of a criminal offense. Similarly, the general issues of sentencing are outlined. The very core of the thesis is devoted to the gradual analysis of the individual aspects of penalisation of concurrent criminal offenses, together with the questions of combining with other special cases of punishment, especially with the punishment of the continuation of the crime. In addition, some procedural issues and selected special cases are dealt with, consisting of the subject's specialty, the consequences of a misappropriation of the punishment, and finally the question of punishment for the crime of drunkenness. The thesis is supplemented by an international comparison of the issues studied with common law countries. The main aim of the work is to create a complex processing of the topic, which would allow its possible practical application. In addition to the conclusions of the doctrine, the work puts a...
Compensation for non-material damage in the event of injury and death in collateral proceedings
Sýkora, Jiří ; Tejnská, Katarína (advisor) ; Heranová, Simona (referee)
Compensation for non-material damage in the event of injury and death in collateral proceedings Abstract The thesis deals with a very current topic of compensation for non-material damage in the event of injury and death in collateral proceedings. The thesis also contains chapters, that focus on an injured person and collateral proceedings, which are concepts directly connected to the main topic of the thesis. The thesis contains the definition of an injured person, rights and obligations of the injured person in the criminal proceedings and also the definition of collateral proceedings and its process. In particular, the thesis focuses on the compensation of non-material damage in the event of injury and death according to § 2958 and 2959 of the Civil code. The thesis also describes the current judicial decisions of criminal courts in the area of compensation for non-material damage in the event of injury and death in collateral proceedings. The thesis is composed of four parts. The first part of the thesis deals with the injured person. It contains the concept of an injured person and its legal definition. The rights and obligations of the injured party in criminal proceedings are also briefly described in this part. The second part of the thesis focuses on collateral proceedings. This part contains the...
Criminal Proceedings against Legal Entities
Findejsová, Adéla ; Pelc, Vladimír (advisor) ; Tejnská, Katarína (referee)
This diploma thesis is focused on a comprehensive analysis of criminal proceedings against legal entities using Act No. 141/1961 Coll., On Criminal Procedure (Criminal Procedure Code) in combination with Act No. 418/2011 Coll., On Criminal Liability of Legal Entities and Proceedings against them. The adoption of Act No. 418/2011 Coll., On Criminal Liability of Legal Entities and Proceedings against them, introduced criminal liability of legal entities into the legal order of the Czech Republic since 1st January 2012 but the institute of criminal liability of legal entities is constantly evolving to respond to the needs of society. The diploma thesis is conceived from a procedural point of view with the current use of the substantive bases of the issue of criminal liability of legal entities. The thesis further explains important terms and outlines the development of criminal liability of legal entities in the Czech Republic. The aim of the thesis is to provide a comprehensive view of phases of criminal proceedings against legal entities and to evaluate selected problematic aspects of the legal regulation which are accordance with the interpretation of the professional public and with the developing jurisprudence of the domestic courts. The thesis is divided into five chapters. The first three are...
The Role of Public Prosecutor in Criminal Proceedings
Petrů, Denisa ; Tejnská, Katarína (advisor) ; Heranová, Simona (referee)
This Diploma thesis deals with the role of Public Prosecutor in Criminal Proceedings. Public prosecutor is an irreplaceable entity of criminal proceedings where he is tasked with defending a public interest. The aim of the thesis is to provide an analysis of the status of the public prosecutor in criminal proceedings while the main part of the thesis focuses on the status of the public prosecutor in preparatory criminal proceedings - the third chapter gives an overview over the relationship between the public prosecutor and police authority and the fourth chapter outlines an usage of diversions in criminal proceedings. The thesis is composed of four chapters. The first chapter outlines the history of the institute of public prosecution focusing on the Czech territory because there is no doubt the historical development is significantly reflected in the current form of this institute. Chapter Two provides a general overview over Public Prosecutor's Office which is important for understanding the following parts of this diploma thesis. Firstly, questionable issue of the position of Public Prosecutor's Office according to the Constitution of the Czech Republic is explored, then a description of a structure of the Public Prosecutor's Office and its internal relations including an issue of supervision...
Military Police in preliminary proceeding - regulation in legislation and bylaws
Malý, Václav ; Vokoun, Rudolf (advisor) ; Tejnská, Katarína (referee)
Military Police in preliminary proceeding - regulation in legislation and bylaws Abstract The Military Police is a significant and specific police body. Recent statutory amendments have substantially bolstered the function of the Military Police in criminal proceeding. The significance of the Military Police is raised as well thanks to increased investments in the Armed Forces and overall in the Ministry of Defense. There is a lack of theses or specialist reports concerning the legal status of the Military Police in criminal proceeding. The main source of information concerning the legal status of the Military Police in the before- court phase of criminal proceeding or preliminary proceeding is the legislation; particularly an analysis of the Criminal Code and the Military Police Act. However, such information is not complete. Information concerning application of the legislation may be gained by analysis of the Military Police bylaws and by the comparison of legislation and bylaws. The Military Police bylaws had not been analyzed in a thesis until now. Thus, this thesis brings a unique view into the functioning and operation of this police body. The goals of this thesis are as follows: The main goal is to provide a complete overview regarding the legal status of the Military Police. That means to describe...
Criminal-law treatment of fraudulent conduct
Doseděl, Marek ; Heranová, Simona (advisor) ; Tejnská, Katarína (referee)
Criminal-law treatment of fraudulent conduct Abstract The Act No. 40/2009 Coll., the Criminal Code, effective as of the date of this thesis, penalizes one's behavior fulfilling the criminal signs of a fraud (Section 209 of the Act) and its special variations, such as insurance fraud (Section 210 of the Act), loan fraud (Section 211 of the Act) and subsidy fraud (Section 212 of the Act). This means that four separate criminal offences are penalizing fraudulent delinquency under the Czech legislation. Laws penalizing fraudulent delinquency have developed rapidly over the post- revolutionary era and reflected new social and political environment. It was mainly the lack of ability to punish all fraudulent actions by applying the so called general fraud provisions (nowadays Section 209 of the Act) which served as the initial power motivating legislators to pass an amendment containing provisions regarding the three abovementioned criminal offences that are penalizing fraudulent behavior relating to insurance, loans and subsidies. This action taken by the legislators is generally perceived as suitable since, as mainly demonstrated in the nineties of the twentieth century, fraudulent criminality has broad-reaching effects impacting the country's economics and the society's trust in the rule of law. Legal theory...
Sanctioning of legal person
Hron, David ; Bohuslav, Lukáš (advisor) ; Tejnská, Katarína (referee)
1 Abstract This diploma thesis deals with the analysis of the issue of sanctioning of legal persons as well as with selected aspects of criminal liability of legal persons. The main reason why I chose this topic is my deep interest in analyzing the discussed issues together with the evaluation of the current state of the Act No. 418/2011 Coll., On Criminal Liability of Legal Persons and the Proceedings against them, and on the basis of this evaluation to submit proposals for improvement. At the beginning of this work, the reader will find a presentation of the basic structure, along with an outline of the main goals of the thesis, and then it will be divided into five basic chapters. The first chapter defines the basic concepts of criminal liability of legal persons related to their sanctioning. There is a theoretical definition of a legal person due to the absence of a definition of this term in czech criminal law. After defining the theoretical basis of criminal liability of legal persons, the development of this institute is outlined, together with the question of sanctioning the legal persons that are primarily involved in this work. The second chapter focuses on the development of criminal liability of legal persons. Due to the fact that origin of the criminal liability of legal persons is in the...
Criminal Liability of Legal Entities and Compliance Program
Bureš, Richard ; Bohuslav, Lukáš (advisor) ; Tejnská, Katarína (referee)
The author of this thesis discusses the subject of criminal liability of legal persons and focuses primarily on the analysis of the most important substantive provisions of the Act. No. 418/2011 coll., which describe criminal liability of legal entities and proceedings against them (hereinafter ZTOPO) and entered into force on 1st January 2012. This act is still well- discussed and current even after 6 years of being in force, which can be seen by the number of amendments done to it since it became effective. This thesis aims to offer a comprehensive overview of the issue of criminal liability of legal persons and at the same time tries to capture the most important changes that have been made due to these 9 amendments. The thesis is divided into five parts. In the first part, the author deals with the historical background of criminal liability of legal persons. This part also contains path to the adoption of ZTOPO. The second and the third parts are the core of this paper. In the second part, the author analyses the imputability and the structure of criminal liability of legal entities in the Czech Republic. One part of this section is dedicated to the scope of criminalization of legal entities. The third part of the thesis deals with the possibility of legal entity to be exculpated through the...
Conditionally suspended sentence of imprisonment
Břeská, Aneta ; Tejnská, Katarína (advisor) ; Pelc, Vladimír (referee)
The Diploma thesis deals with the topic of conditionally suspended sentence of imprisonment as a separate type of punishment which is not considered merely as a variation of an unconditional imprisonment sentence. It analyses the individual elements of this institute, its history and development, the conditions of imposing and methods of termination. It also includes a comparison with foreign legislation that should bring suggestions for a better and more efficient execution of conditionally suspended sentence of imprisonment. The thesis is divided into eight chapters. The first chapter deals with general knowledge of conditionally suspended sentence of imprisonment as an alternative punishment and its legal nature. In the second chapter is outlined the historical development of the institute both in the world and in the territory of Czechoslovakia, respectively the Czech Republic. The third chapter is a major part of the thesis and describes the conditions under which conditionally suspended sentence of imprisonment may be imposed, as well as examining the probation period, adequate restraints and adequate duties or compensation for the damage or detriment caused by the offense, or the unjust enrichment gained by the crime. Following chapter relates to the decision on conditionally suspended...
Criminal proceedings against legal entities
Miklóš, Denis ; Pelc, Vladimír (advisor) ; Tejnská, Katarína (referee)
1 Abstract Criminal proceedings against legal entities This diploma thesis focuses on procedural provisions of Act No. 418/2011 Coll., On Criminal Liability of Legal Entities and Proceedings against them, which has undergone many changes since the 1st January 2012 and is constantly evolving since the criminal liability of legal persons is in the legal order of the Czech Republic still a relatively novelty and therefore a current topic. The Act has been subject to criticism prior to its entry into force, which in some aspects is still up to date even today. Simultaneously with the development and changes of the law itself, the opinions of the professional public and professional literature are developing, which responds to these changes, but on some issues, it still awaits the relevant case law of higher courts. The work is divided into three parts. The first chapter deals with general issues of criminal liability of legal persons and their development in the Czech Republic. This part contains also a brief summary of the development of the Slovak regulation of the criminal liability of legal persons, which has been influenced and inspired by the Czech legislation, and it is interesting to see their mutual development in the future as well. In the second chapter, the diploma thesis deals with reasons of...

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