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Different expressions of Therapeutic jurisprudence in the Spanish criminal prosecution.

Pillado Gonzalez, Esther
June 4, 2015

Source: (2014) US-China Law Review. 11(5):504-513.

The postulates of what is known as Therapeutic Jurisprudence seek to
guide to a more humane, reinvigorating and resocializing justice, and in the
Spanish Legal System we can find different manifestations of itself This
paper aims to examine some of the manifestations of Therapeutic
Jurisprudence in the Spanish criminal prosecution: adults and minors
criminal mediation, the plea bargaining of the criminal offender and the
attenuated pre-trial custody. (excerpt)


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