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THE ROMANIAN CRIMINAL LAW FROM THE GREAT UNION TO THE PRESENT DAY

Ion Rusu

 

Abstract

In the present study, we have investigated the provisions of the first three Romanian Criminal

Codes that were released in the modern Romanian era.

At the onset of this scientific approach, we have made an overview of the Criminal Code of 1864,

with direct reference to the doctrine and jurisprudence of the time.

We have examined briefly the Criminal Code of Carol II, to which we also referred to the

doctrine of the time, extremely valuable and useful to the subsequent evolution of Romanian criminal

law.

We have also considered a brief analysis of the Criminal Code of 1969 and the importance of this

normative act in the further development of criminal law.

Within the paper we have highlighted the normative value of the three codes and the value of the

published scientific works, both of which have a decisive contribution to the development of the

Romanian criminal law from the Great Union to the present day.

We consider that the present study may be useful to researchers in this field as well as to the

academic environment.

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