Checking date: 26/04/2024

Course: 2024/2025

Offenses against public patrimony and civil servant offenses
Bachelor in Law (Plan: 397 - Estudio: 206)

Coordinating teacher: DOPICO GOMEZ-ALLER, JACOBO

Department assigned to the subject: Criminal Law, Procedural Law and History Law Department

Type: Compulsory
ECTS Credits: 3.0 ECTS


Requirements (Subjects that are assumed to be known)
Criminal Theory. Crimes against persons and against Society.
1 - Knowledge of the general theory of offenses against property 2 - Knowledge of offenses against property in particular. 3 - Knowledge of the general theory of economic crime. 4 - Knowledge of economic crime in particular. 5 - Knowledge of offenses against public administration, judicial misconduct and offenses committed by officials against constitutional rights.
Skills and learning outcomes
Description of contents: programme
The program consists of three blocks: the first relates to property crimes, comprising property crimes with and without enrichment. The second part relates to the offenses against socioeconomic order, comprising the offenses against intellectual property, offenses against the market and consumers, corporate crime, receiving stolen goods and money. The third block includes offenses against public administration and judicial misconduct. This subject is aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals, primarily goal 16 on Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions.
Learning activities and methodology
There are two types of classes, theoretical and practical. In the theoretical classes, the professors shall review the lessons of the program, organizing tutorials about them, and in the practical ones, several cases will be discussed and solved. In order to make the most of the lectures, it is desirable that the students review the materials for each subject prior to the classes, as well as that attendance to practical classes involves, prior to the class, having read and studied practical cases provided for that week.
Assessment System
  • % end-of-term-examination 60
  • % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals...) 40

Calendar of Continuous assessment

Extraordinary call: regulations
Basic Bibliography
  • AAVV. Memento Penal. Francis Lefebvre.
  • DE LA MATA / DOPICO / LASCURAÍN / NIETO. Derecho Penal Económico y de la Empresa. Dykinson. 2018
  • LAMARCA PÉREZ (dir.). Derecho Penal. Parte Especial. . Colex. Última edición.
  • MARTÍNEZ-BUJÁN. Derecho Penal Económico y de la Empresa. PARTE ESPECIAL.. Tirant lo Blanch. Última edición.
  • MUÑOZ CONDE, Francisco.. Derecho Penal. Parte Especial.. Tirant lo Blanch. Última edición.
  • QUINTERO OLIVARES (dir.). Comentarios al Código Penal (Tomos I y II).. Aranzadi (Thomson-Reuters). Última edición.
  • SILVA SÁNCHEZ, J-M et al.. Lecciones de derecho penal. Parte especial.. Atelier. Última ed. (posterior a 2015)
  • ÁLVAREZ GARCÍA (dir.) . Derecho Penal Español. Parte Especial (III). . Tirant lo blanch. . Última edición
  • ÁLVAREZ GARCÍA (dir.), . Derecho Penal Español. Parte Especial (II).. Tirant lo blanch.. Última edición.
Recursos electrónicosElectronic Resources *
Additional Bibliography
  • BAJO FERNÁNDEZ / BACIGALUPO SAGGESE. Derecho Penal Económico (atención: no está actualizado a las LLOO 7/2012 y 1/2015). Ramón Areces. 2010
  • CASTRO MORENO. Elusiones fiscales atípicas. Atelier. 2008
  • ORTIZ DE URBINA (dir.).. Memento Penal Económico y de la Empresa. Francis Lefebvre. 2016
  • POZUELO PÉREZ (coord.). Derecho Penal de la Construcción. Aspectos urbanísticos, inmobiliarios y de seguridad en el trabajo, 2ª ed.. Comares. 2012
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