Il processo penale in Italia

16 Nov 19

10:00 — 18:00

Brussels, Belgium

Course

Prima parte [ore 10.00-13.30]

L'ordinamento giudiziario e le fasi del procedimento L'iscrizione della notizia di reato e le indagini preliminari L'incidente probatorio, la richiesta di archiviazione o di rinvio a giudizio Giudizio immediato e Giudizio direttissimo GIP e GUP. Giudizio abbreviato, Patteggiamento Fase dibattimentale, requisitoria e arringa; sentenza Impugnazioni e giudicato penale

Seconda parte [ore 14.30-18.00]

Le riforme
Laboratorio: analisi di documenti relativi al processo penale e aile sue fasi Con la speciale partecipazione dell'avvocato Jean-Pierre Jacques, foro di Liège e del Rwanda (comparazione con la terminologia giuridica penale in francese)

Costo

250 euro (comprensivo della dispensa, pause caffè e pranzo buffet)

Maria Cristina Coccoluto. Laureata in Giurisprudenza nel 1992 all'Università «La Sapienza» di Roma con una tesi in Diritto penale dal titolo «Esercizio e limiti del diritto di cronaca», giornalista pubblicista dal 1989, giornalista accreditata alle Istituzioni europee a Bruxelles dal 2003. Professore di italiano lingua straniera all'Istituto ltaliano di Cultura di Bruxelles (dal 2004) e, dal 2014, al Collège d'Europe di Bruges. Corsi e seminari, in presenza e in videoconferenza, a interpreti, traduttori, giuristi linguisti alla Corte di giustizia di Lussemburgo, al Parlamento europeo, Commissione e Consiglio dell'Unione europea. E' autrice del Lessico pratico di italiano giuridico per stranieri, 2018, lstituto Armando Curcio University Press.

Per informazioni e iscrizioni, entro il 20 ottobre 2019: dott.ssa Nora Rakki, interprete traduttrice presso la Cour Supérieure de Justice et Ministère de la Justice à Luxembourg - CA Douai - Registre National SPF Justice - mail


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