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Procédure pénale

  • Teacher(s):   A.Macaluso  
  • English title: Criminal Procedure
  • Course given in: French
  • ECTS Credits: 6 credits
  • Schedule: Autumn Semester 2019-2020, 4.0h. course (weekly average)
  •  sessions
  • Related programme: Master of Law (MLaw) in Law and Economics

 

Objectives

Master the most important principles/maximes of criminal procedure; know how to use them in a structured reasoning.
To acquire an overview of the systematics of the Swiss Code of Criminal Procedure (CPP) and the different phases of criminal proceedings governed by the CPP.
Know and technically master the essential chapters of the PPC (parts, means of proof, contravention measures, general rules, legal remedies, etc.).
Translated with www.DeepL.com/TranslatorMaster the most important principles/maximes of criminal procedure; know how to use them in a structured reasoning.
To acquire an overview of the systematics of the Swiss Code of Criminal Procedure (CPP) and the different phases of criminal proceedings governed by the CPP.
Know and technically master the essential chapters of the PPC (parts, means of proof, contravention measures, general rules, legal remedies, etc.).

Contents

This course is devoted to the study of unified federal criminal procedure in force since January 1, 2011. To this end, the general conduct of the criminal trial, from the discovery of an offence to the final judgment, is studied in depth. To this end, the following topics are covered: fundamental principles of criminal procedure, judicial organization and rules of jurisdiction, the different organs of justice and subjects (parties) of criminal proceedings, means of evidence, special procedures relating to criminal proceedings, remedies and a broad overview of administrative criminal law.
The teaching method combines theory and case law study.
The criminal procedure course is given throughout the semester, at a rate of 4 hours per week, including one hour of practical work (case law study).

References

Course documentation :
- Swiss Code of Criminal Procedure of 5 October 2007 in its official version (yellow colour)
- Power Point of the course and its bibliographical references

- Gérard Piquerez/Alain Macaluso, Procédure pénale suisse, 3ème éd., Geneva/Zurich/Basel, 2011 (auditor's bulletins available)

- Laurent Moreillon / Aude Parein-Reymond, PC CPP, Basel 2016.

- Yvan Jeanneret / André Kuhn, Précis de procédure pénale, Berne 2018.

Pre-requisites

While it is not necessary to have legal training to take this course, it is nevertheless useful to be familiar with the basics and principles of criminal law.

Evaluation

First attempt

Exam:
Written 2h00 hours
Documentation:
Allowed with restrictions
Calculator:
Allowed with restrictions
Evaluation:

Examinations organised by the Faculty of Law

The examination is normally conducted in the form of a multiple-choice questionnaire that can be accompanied by a casus. Guidelines may be issued to specify the exact terms of the review.

Retake

Exam:
Oral 0h15 minutes
Documentation:
Not allowed
Calculator:
Not allowed
Evaluation:

- 15 minutes of preparation and 15 minutes of passage

- resolution of a small casus



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