The course is also offered to the students of the fields other than those the course is directly associated with.
The capacity limit for the course is 180 student(s).
Current registration and enrollment status: enrolled: 73/180, only registered: 0/180, only registered with preference (fields directly associated with the programme): 0/180
Fields of study the course is directly associated with
The aim of the subject is to enter of students to national criminal law and criminal procedure aspects and to contact points of community and European aspects of criminal law. Students will be able to understand of basic elements of European criminal law in comparison of national criminal law.
The crime and his body of the crime. The kinds of the crime (the stages of development of the crime, the organized criminality, concurrence and recidivism). The absence of punishability of an offence.
The punishments, protective measures and measures.
Special part of criminal law.
Subjects of criminal procedure.
The evidences in the criminal procedure.
Special part of criminal process law (the stages of criminal procedure).
Criminal law, criminal process law and international law, European criminal law.
The cooperation in the criminal matters (classical and european).
International criminal courts.
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FENYK, Jaroslav and Světlana KLOUČKOVÁ. Mezinárodní justiční spolupráce v trestních věcech. 2. aktualiz. a dopl. vyd. Praha: Linde, 2005. 1019 pp. ISBN 8072015273. info
KRATOCHVÍL, Vladimír. České trestní právo hmotné a procesní v evropském právním prostředí (The Czech Criminal Law and Criminal Process Law in the european legal surround). Brno: Masarykova univerzita; Právnická fakulta, 2009. 184 pp. Spisy Právnické fakulty Masarykovy univerzity AUBI. ISBN 978-80-210-4982-6. info
TICHÝ, Luboš. Evropské právo. 3. vyd. Praha: C.H. Beck, 2006. xlviii, 87. ISBN 80-7179-430-9. info
Explanation of basic theoretical institutes of criminal procedure via presentation of principles accompanied by practical examples. Reflection of European aspects of criminal law to Czech national environment by explanation of sense of legal instruments of EC/EU (international conventions, framework decisions and jurisprudence of ECJ). Interactive way of presentation with reaction on potential suggestions of students side. All main problems are presented by power point presentation - presentation is accessible for students in IS of faculty.
The course is based on lectures. For obtaining the credits the students have to actively participate on presentations and class discussion on practical cases, model cases and case studies based on decisions of the European Court of Human Rights and European Court of Justice. The students have to study at home (individual study of law, cases, literature, and Power point presentations) beside the attendance at lectures. The students have to solve the problems and argue during oral exam.