PERCEPTIONS OF MAGISTRATES AND PUBLIC OPINION RELATED TO COMMUNITY SANCTIONS
Mihai Micle and
Journal of Community Positive Practices, 2012, issue 1, 136-147
The paper is intended to make an analysis of the way in which the public opinion and the magistrates from the penal law system relate to the community sanctions and measures, within the context in which several international regulations highlight the necessity to implement these community sanctions and measures extensively in the domestic legislation of the member states. The paper also shows the importance of the political factor in the practical implementation of the regulations and the way in which the governmental decision factors influence the perception at the level of the public opinion and of the magistrates.
Keywords: Community sanctions; community measures; public opinion; magistrates (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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