Le forme della semplificazione avanzata: dall’irrilevanza del fatto alla mediazione

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The paper elaborates the relationship took place, by invitation, at the conference on "The rite accusatory twenty years after the great reform. Continuity, fractures, new horizons ", organized by among scholars of the criminal process. The rugged archipelago of advanced simplifying forms is studied in its relations intersistematici with the size of the traditional judicial process than traditional modeling of criminal jurisdiction, the suburban outskirts of advanced simplifying paradigms based on the logical 'other' and shape plural devices diversion that develop, first of all in cultural terms, the long pattern already successfully tested in comparative or workshops characterized by strong specialties (child ritual, criminal prosecution for crimes within the jurisdiction of the justice of the peace). The examined scans concern the irrelevance clauses, the paradigms of probation and mediative practices between the judicial system and experience system: morphology and systematic are plumbed along the axis - suggested by the title of the conference - the lines of continuity and discontinuity in the development of twenty years of experience of the 1988 code and the prospects that open culturally, regulatory developments and practices of the instances.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationIl rito accusatorio a vent’anni dalla grande riforma. Continuità, fratture, nuovi orizzonti
Pages325-348
Number of pages24
Publication statusPublished - 2012

Publication series

NameCollana “Associazione tra gli studiosi del processo penale”

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Di Chiara, G. (2012). Le forme della semplificazione avanzata: dall’irrilevanza del fatto alla mediazione. In Il rito accusatorio a vent’anni dalla grande riforma. Continuità, fratture, nuovi orizzonti (pp. 325-348). (Collana “Associazione tra gli studiosi del processo penale”).