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Silviu Jîrlăianu

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Romania's participation in European Community imposed realities of our country harmonization of national legislation in relation to Community law. Such national legislation, in terms of criminal procedure were introduced through preventive measures, house arrest, judicial and Judicial control on bail. In relation to the same European context, Romanian police set up surveillance units of judicial duties in order to enforce these measures.

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Daniel Eseme Gberevbie

. Vol. 6 (4), pp. 150-160.April. Adeyemi, S. K., 2002. The Nigerian banking system in an historical perspective. In Stein, H., Ajakaiye, O. and Lewis, P. (eds.) The banking crisis in Nigeria: A comparative study. Hampshire: Palgrave Publishers. pp. 53-71. Alli, Y., 2009, August 19. EFCC arrests three ex-bank CEOs, nine others: Akingbola begins legal battle. The Nation Newspaper (Lagos). pp. 1-2. Anis, A., Kashif-ur-Rehman, Ijaz-ur-Rehman, Khan, M. A. and A. A. Humayoun 2011. Impact of organizational commitment on job

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Denisa Barbu

-629,2014. [4] According to article. 202paragraphs 1-3 and article 223 of the Criminal Procedure Code „the measure of preventive arrest is necessary in order to ensure the proper course of the criminal process, in order to prevent the accused from avoiding prosecution or judgment, in order to prevent committing another offence ... the deprivation of liberty is necessary for the elimination of a threat to public order...” [5] ECHR, judgment Fox, Campbell and Hartley vs. the United Kingdom, the decision of 30 august 1990. [6] According to the article 324 paragraph

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Aleksandr Shmakov and Sergey Petrov

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A number of events taking place in the twenty-first century such as mass arrests of members of the Iran President Mahmud Ahmadinezhad's executive office accused of witchcraft make one doubt that witch hunt trials remained in the far Middle Ages. It is religious motives that are usually considered the main reason for anti-witchcraft hysteria. When analyzing the history of anti-witchcraft campaigns we came to the conclusion that in the majority of cases witchcraft was a planned action aimed at consolidating the state power and acquiring additional sources of revenue. By using economic instruments we tried to reveal some general regularities of witch hunt in various countries as well as conditions for this institution to emerge and for ensuring its stability by the state power We show that witch hunt was an instrument of implementing institutional transformations aimed to consolidate the political power or to forfeit wealth by the state power.

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Marcela Tittlová and Peter Papáček

European Arrest Warrant in the Slovak Republic: Does it Fulfil Standards at the Level of the EU? European Journal of Crime Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, 20(2), 32-37. Klimek, L. (2014). The Rule of Speciality as the Right of the Requested Person in the European Arrest Warrant Procedure. In: Piechowiczová, L; Madleňaková, L. (Ed.). (2014). International Multidisciplinary Conference on Autonomy of an Individual (Autonomie jednotlivce), held on September 19-21, 2014 in Hrubá Voda. Olomouc: Palacky University in Olomouc, 88-94. Polák, P

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Svetlana Veljanovska

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The reform of the system of execution of sanctions is anticipated in the part of the reform of the criminal justice system of the Republic of Macedonia. The functional system for implementing sanctions in modern criminal justice systems implies a complex approach in which besides the dimension of punishment, the dimensions of social reintegration and victim protection play an important role. In such a context, the so-called probation system, has been established. Event though such system has not been established in the Republic of Macedonia up to now, its elements are contained in the existing legal framework in the material and procedural provisions. Some solutions of the previous system can be used with the aim to establish continuity on institutional and operational level.The starting point for the establishment of probation begins with amendments to the Criminal Code of 2004, where in the part that refers to criminal sanctions, the following alternative measures were imposed: probation, suspended sentence with supervision, conditional discontinuation of criminal proceedings, community service, court sanctions and house arrest. The probation is primarily directed towards designing and developing the system of regular individualized assessment of perpetrators, assessing the risk of re-offending, identifying objective and subjective reasons for previous criminal activity and enabling people who already served their prison sentence to have an active and meaningful involvement in the community.

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Jasmine Boatner

of arrests or incarcerations because the NLSY97 sample is so young. Complete information on their primary schooling have been obtained, so the suspensions variable might be capturing other effects from those who are more likely to commit crimes. Table 3 Negative binomial regression, weeks unemployed, men Coefficient ( P value) Constant –2.50*** –2.67*** –0.819*** –1.30*** –3.06*** –2.19*** (0.000) (0.000) (0.000) (0.000) (0.000) (0.000) Black 0.913*** 0.689*** 0.856*** 0.737*** 0.746*** 0

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Mehdi Shokri

. J., et al. Political Terrorism: A New Guide to Actors, Authors, Concepts, Data Bases, Theories, and Literature. Transaction Books, New Brunswick, 1988. 27. Schmitt, C. The Concept of Political. University of Chicago: Chicago, 1996. 28. Terror Attacks and Arrests in Western Europe. The Economist. The Economist Newspaper, 16 Nov. 2015. Web. 14 Feb. 2016. 29. Vertigans, S., Donncha, M., and Sutton, W. P. Militant Islam: A Sociology of Characteristics, Causes, and Consequences. Routledge, London, 2009. 30

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Krzysztof Falkowski

energy giants amid the rising oil prices on world markets. At that time, thanks to the incoming foreign investments, investment outlays tripled in just 6 years (1998–2004), which made it possible to kick-start the process of revamping the Russian oil industry. According to Miller, symptomatic for this modernization, and the de facto subjugation of the “resistant” oligarchs associated with the oil industry to the Kremlin, was the case of M. Khodorkovsky (then co-owner of Yukos), who, after being accused of using the so-called aggressive tax optimization, was arrested

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Yevhen Pysmenskyy

zhurnalista: avtoreferat dysertatsii (doktor yurydychnykh nauk). Kharkivskyi natsionalnyi universytet vnutrishnikh sprav. Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine (PGO), 2017. The head of the internet-publication Strana.UA’ and his accomplice are arrested on suspicion of extortion. 23 June [online]. Available at: http://www.gp.gov.ua/ua/news.html?_m=publications&_t=rec&id=210666&fp=50 (Accessed 4 July 2017). Prystupenko, T., 2008. Svoboda slova ta zhurnalistska etyka v Ukraini. Uchenyie zapiski Tavricheskogo natsionalnogo universiteta imeni V