O papel das cortes constitucionais e do TEDH em modelar os mecanismos de justiça negocial

– uma perspectiva comparada

Autores

  • Dorota Czerwińska University of Wrocław – Wrocław

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22197/rbdpp.v8i1.681

Palavras-chave:

acordo criminal, justiça negocial, devido processo, processo penal comparado

Resumo

Este artigo analisa o papel das cortes constitucionais da Alemanha, França e Itália ao modelar os mecanismos de justiça criminal negocial nesses países em relação à legitimidade processual e – em alguma medida – material, bem como o papel do Tribunal Europeu de Direitos Humanos em estabelecer os parâmetros comuns da legitimidade de tais acordos. Em cada país analisado, assim como na jurisprudência do TEDH, é frequentemente questionada a conformidade dos institutos semelhantes à plea barganing em relação aos conceitos constitucionais continentais e ao standard de justo processo estabelecido pelo TEDH. O papel das cortes constitucionais e do TEDH em modelar da legitimidade dos acordos criminais não é negligenciável, mas difere nos sistemas jurídicos comparados: na França e no caso do TEDH, ele foi um pouco mais limitado, enquanto na Alemanha e na Itália, tensões significativas surgiram entre as cortes constitucionais e o legislador e tiveram que ser resolvidas.

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Biografia do Autor

Dorota Czerwińska, University of Wrocław – Wrocław

Research and Teaching Assistant and PhD candidate at the Department of Criminal Procedure at the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics, University of Wrocław (Poland).

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29.04.2022

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Czerwińska, D. (2022). O papel das cortes constitucionais e do TEDH em modelar os mecanismos de justiça negocial: – uma perspectiva comparada. Revista Brasileira De Direito Processual Penal, 8(1). https://doi.org/10.22197/rbdpp.v8i1.681

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DOSSIÊ: O papel dos tribunais constitucionais na definição do devido proc. penal