Checking date: 23/05/2019

Course: 2019/2020

Women's protection in criminal and procedural Law
Study: Master in Criminal Justice (275)

Coordinating teacher: SOLETO MUÑOZ, HELENA

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

Type: Electives
ECTS Credits: 3.0 ECTS


Students are expected to have completed
Bachelor Degree in Law - Criminal law: general and special part
Competences and skills that will be acquired and learning results.
Students to achieve sufficient capacity to understand the elements of this crime. Students detect the main problems they will encounter regardless of the type of crime, the most appropriate in each case, and research strategies to know and manage the technical means with which to solve complex cases. That the students can assume different procedural roles, prosecution or defense, strength and defend their arguments in both cases. Students acquire the proper training and knowledge for development related to the exercise of criminal legal professions practice in this area. That the students can identify and solve with ease the particular problems of the various criminal types thanks to a solid methodological training. Students develop the skills necessary to assist detained and charged that require a lawyer. They may make findings consistent with a criminal investigation and forensic evidence to solve the problems arising during the criminal proceedings related to gender violence Know communicate clearly and succinctly the hypotheses that can be formulated into the scene of these crimes, in research, the methodology and the practical implications of the police investigation and in his court case or the prosecution. Traductor de Google para empresas:Google Translator ToolkitTraductor de sitios webGlobal Market Finder
Description of contents: programme
I. Introduction: Overview of the problem of gender violence in Europe and Latin America. social impact. Data and numbers. institutional for the eradication of violence against women policies. Information, detection and action plans. II. Budgets for analysis of constitutional criminal law. Pronouncements of the Constitutional Court in the matter of possible fundamental rights affected: principle of equality, right to privacy, right to freedom, principle of proportionality, principle of criminality, principle of guilt, presumption of innocence. III. International Legal Instruments: 1. United Nations. 2. American Commission of Women. 3. European Union. IV. criminal legal treatment in Spain 1. Introduction. Concept and general aspects of Gender Violence. Demonstrations. legislative and jurisprudential evolution to 1/2004 of 28 December on Integrated Protection Measures against Gender Violence. Of the offenses of domestic violence to crimes of violence: increased punitive concept of regularity and expanding the fields of application of the typical behaviors. 2. Analysis of specific offenses  A. The crime of occasional abuse (art. 153 CP). General Issues. Legally protected. active and passive subjects. typical behavior. Specific aggravations: in the presence of minors, using weapons, which take place in the shared home or the home of the victim, which is made by breaking a penalty of those referred to in art. 48 CP or an interim or security measure of the same nature. specific attenuation. Contests. B. The crime of habitual violence (Art. 173.2 and 3). General Issues. Legally protected. active and passive subjects. typical behavior. The concept of regularity. The insolvency rule. Specific aggravations. C. Injury art. 148.4º and 5th. D. Threats of art. 171, 4th, 5th and 6th. E. constraints of art. 172.2 and art. 620.2º last paragraph. F. Reference to the fact mixed parentage (art. 23). 3. Punishment. PENALTIES (arts. 39, 48, 57). precautionary measures (art. 544 ter LEC). Security measures (art. 105. 1 g). Breach of penalties and precautionary measures. Control of compliance with the restraining order: special reference to electronic devices in aid of the victims. 4. Suspension (art. 83.1 CP), substitution (88.1,3), probation (93 and 64 CP 1/2004). V. comparative law. 1. Criminal Codes Europeans: A) Germany B) Austria C) France E) Italy. 2. Reference to Latin American systems. VI. Other manifestations of gender violence.
Learning activities and methodology
Exposition of theoretical material, seminars with invited speakers/experts, practical cases analysis.
Assessment System
  • % end-of-term-examination 100
  • % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals...) 0
Basic Bibliography
  • Ramón Ribas, Eduardo . La protección frente a la violencia de género : tutela penal y procesal . Dykinson. 2010
  • Fernández Carballo-Calero, Ricardo . Perspectiva penal de la Ley Orgánica 1/2004, de 28 de diciembre, de Medidas de Protección Integral contra la Violencia de Género . La Ley, nº 4. 2005
  • García Vitoria, Aurora. El cumplimiento del alejamiento e incomunicación del agresor con la víctima. Métodos tecnológicos de control . Revista de la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Granada, 8. 2005
  • Jiménez Segado, Carmelo. El elemento intencional en violencia de género. La Ley penal, revista de Derecho penal, procesal y penitenciario, nº 66. 2009
  • Martínez García, Elena. La orden de protección europea: la protección de víctimas de violencia de género. Tirant lo blanch. 2016
  • OTERO GONZÁLEZ, Pilar. Control telemático de penados: análisis jurídico, económico y social. Tirant lo Blanch. 2008
  • otero González, Pilar. La libertad vigilada aplicada a ¿imputables?. Dykinson. 2015

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