Individualization, penalty, heinous crimes
The past fifteen years in force gives law a tight vote (6x5) or the Supreme Court which declared unconstitutional laws on the art. Then it established penalty for heinous crimes that was complied with in dated regime.
This issue deserves wide discussion in society, being praiseworthy or pioneering the House of Sorocaba to councilors in office to two councilmen Carlos César, in the public hearing that was held for three days in the presence of several local activities que wove their comments on or subject. This same debate was caught in Congress, where already several law projects were processed, having the object using one of the Heinous Crimes Act.
[...] XLIII), approved Law 8,072 / 1990, which introduced in our infra-law figure of heinous and similar crimes. Takes care of the legal text which constitutes a milestone in the symbolic and punitivista legislation (which has been adopted in the last two decades, with great breadth, in Latin America). The legislator did not care to draft a law systematically observing the federal legal system, especially our Constitution, supply and support Brazilian Law, and own the Penal Code, in its principles and forecasts. [...]
[...] The law was made for all those who commit a crime, however, the law has to be severe with heinous crimes. If we were more severe to enforce our laws possibly there would be fewer criminals in our country. What still restrain criminals is the loss of freedom. For heinous crimes: closed system without the right to intimate visits and compulsory labor. The law should not favor criminals, as this discredits a country where the people no longer have no more hope in the law. [...]
[...] In general, however, until 2004, followed by the iron position of the Supreme Court: heinous crimes do not allow progression system. Professor Carlos Alberto de Souza Cavalcante, Congressman, that stands out in Upper House of Congress for his active participation as member and alternate standing and special co¬missões, presented the bill n 4232/04, amending the Criminal Code, to exclude from their provisions authorizing the granting of parole to the convicted, not repeat in heinous crime, who has completed two thirds of the sentence. [...]
[...] 2nd, that establishes penalty for heinous crimes will be fully complied with in dated regime. Or issue deserves wide discussion peels society, being praiseworthy or pioneering the House of Sorocaba to councilors in office to two councilmen Carlos César, in the public hearing held last day 3 with presence several local activities que wove their comments on or subject. This same debate will be Caught in Congress, where already several law projects are processed ones, having the object using one of the Heinous Crimes Act. [...]
[...] Means necessary reformulation of the law to define what is the heinousness of a crime. This work will contribute to a deeper reflection on the topic under discussion thus expanding my knowledge. Will provide reading some writers who have fought in favor of individuality pen in case of heinous crimes. After this I'll be sure to research a little more savvy about the problems worked and researched. CONCLUSION The systematic and dramatic increase in crime, especially experienced in the last two decades, has worried the Brazilian people. [...]
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