Criminal law (advanced)

A.Y. 2020/2021
6
Max ECTS
42
Overall hours
SSD
IUS/17
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
L'insegnamento mira a far conseguire agli studenti: - la conoscenza delle teorie fondamentali sulla legittimazione e sui limiti del diritto penale; - la capacita' di vaglio critico di alcuni istituti basilari della parte generale;
- la capacita' di applicazione delle conoscenze acquisite ad alcune fattispecie paradigmatiche di parte speciale, segnatamente nei reati contro il patrimonio (solo per gli studenti che sostengono l'esame nella versione che attribuisce 9 crediti)
Expected learning outcomes
Al termine del corso lo studente che abbia proficuamente appreso la materia avrà una conoscenza approfondita di molti degli istituti di parte generale, con l'acquisizione di un metodo di ragionamento idoneo ad affrontare temi giuridici più specifici e complessi rispetto alle nozioni istituzionali dell'area penalistica.
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Responsible
Lesson period
Second semester
E-learning (Ariel), students will find all the information to follow lessons remotely on Microsoft Teams
Course syllabus
The course consists of two sections depending on the option for 9CFU or 6CFU. The first section (aimed at all students) focuses on structures and functions of the current Criminal Justice System, in sight of the basic principles of criminal law and the purposes of a constitutionally oriented criminal policy. The second section (aimed at 9CFU students only) extends to the legal analysis of crimes against property.
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exam of Criminal Law is a precondition for the course (and for taking the final exam).
Teaching methods
The course is taught through lectures. The special section on offences against the property will be taught through seminars.
The examination shall consist of an oral examination.
Attending students will be given the opportunity to access the partial examination in advance (usually mid-may). The partial examination shall consist of a written test (3 hours) with three open-ended questions of Criminal Law and one question (9 CFU students only) about offences against property. The partial examination's results will serve as a starting grade for the oral examination. The final grade will be determined irrespective of the arithmetic mean.
Teaching Resources
A. for students who will not attend the course
General Section: G. Marinucci, E. Dolcini, 'Corso di diritto penale' (pp. 5-613 only)

A1. In addition, for all students opting for 9 CFU)
Special Section: F.Mantovani, 'Diritto penale. II. Parte speciale. I delitti contro il patrimonio', ultima edizione

B. for students who will be attending the course
General Section:
- C. Perini, F. Consulich (a cura di), 'Oggettivismo e soggettivismo nel diritto penale italiano';
- C. Roxin, 'Politica criminale e sistema del diritto penale. Saggi di teoria del reato' (pp. 37-79 and pp. 109-173 only);

Special Section (for students opting for 9 CFU only): F. Mantovani, 'Diritto penale. II. Parte speciale.Delitti contro il patrimonio' (indications about the pages will be given during the course)
Assessment methods and Criteria
The course aim at providing the students with the following competencies:
- the knowledge of fundamental theories on legitimacy and limits of Criminal Law;
- critical thinking skills about some of the basic elements of Criminal Law;
- performing competent legal analysis with regard to some paradigmatic offences against property (9CFU students only);
IUS/17 - CRIMINAL LAW - University credits: 6
Lessons: 42 hours
Professor: Paliero Carlenrico
Professor(s)
Reception:
Friday h. 15.00