Transnational perspectives on criminal final judgment: remedies against the unfair criminal final judgment and modes of enforcement of sentence

Starting date
January 1, 2010
Duration (months)
24
Departments
Law
Managers or local contacts
Presutti Adonella
Keyword
Res iudicata, Remedies, Mutual recognition of criminal decisions

Through the study of indications of supranational source (the Council of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights) and the set of rules in other European countries, the research aims to deepen the theme of the transnational perspectives of the criminal judgement from two point of observation: the analysis of possible mechanisms of redress – including, but not only through the revision of domestic judgement – respect of the ascertained of canons of “fair trial” by the Strasbourg Court and the study of the effects arising from supranational legislation on judicial cooperation concerning the modalities of enforcement of the final judgement.


Sponsors:

PRIN VALUTATO POSITIVAMENTE
Funds: assigned and managed by the department
Syllabus: COFIN - Progetti di Ricerca di Interesse Nazionale

Project participants

Collaboratori esterni

Rachele Nicolin
Libero professionista
Research areas involved in the project
Criminal Procedure
Publications
Title Authors Year
Violazioni convenzionali e tutela post iudicatum dei diritti umani Lorenzetto, Elisa 2016
Commento agli artt. 629-647 c.p.p. A. PRESUTTI 2011

Activities

Research facilities