Constitucionalização do direito ao devido processo penal como um processo inspirado pelas Cortes Constitucionais

Editorial do dossiê “O papel dos tribunais constitucionais na definição do devido processo penal”

Autores

  • Marta Kłopocka-Jasińska University of Wrocław

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22197/rbdpp.v8i1.703

Palavras-chave:

Tribunais constitucionais, constitucionalização do devido processo, direitos do justo processo penal

Resumo

O Século XX é algumas vezes denominado como o século dos Tribunais Constitucionais. A jurisdição constitucional foi desenvolvida para assegurar a proteção da Constituição. Apoiadores das Cortes Constitucionais constatam nelas uma oportunidade para garantir a supremacia da Constituição, para proteger o cidadão contra a arbitrariedade e a onipotência da maioria parlamentar. Um momento determinante nesse sentido foi a constitucionalização dos direitos humanos e das liberdades individuais. A maioria dos direitos fundamentais, incluindo os direitos procedimentais relevantes ao processo penal, foram incorporados na Constituição. Isso resultou em um rápido desenvolvimento da jurisprudência constitucional, especialmente em questões relacionadas ao direito ao julgamento justo (devido processo). A despeito dos objetivos da normativa constitucional, o direito ao processo justo se tornou o parâmetro mais frequente para invocação da revisão diante do Tribunal Constitucional. A constitucionalização das garantias do processo penal justo se tornou um fato. Este artigo discute o papel do Tribunal Constitucional nesse processo e como tais instituições fortalecem a jurisprudência constitucional com standards relacionados ao devido processo penal.

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Biografia do Autor

Marta Kłopocka-Jasińska, University of Wrocław

PhD in Law from the University of Wrocław (Poland). Assistant Professor at the Department of Constitutional Law at the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics (University of Wrocław, Poland).

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29.04.2022

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Kłopocka-Jasińska, M. (2022). Constitucionalização do direito ao devido processo penal como um processo inspirado pelas Cortes Constitucionais: Editorial do dossiê “O papel dos tribunais constitucionais na definição do devido processo penal”. Revista Brasileira De Direito Processual Penal, 8(1). https://doi.org/10.22197/rbdpp.v8i1.703

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