Editura Universul Juridic Cases for admission to INM / magistracy. Criminal law and criminal procedural law - 2021 - Luminita Cristiu-Ninu

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Author: Andrei Viorel Iugan, Luminita Cristiu-Ninu, Carmen-Alina Gohoreanu, Lucretia Albertina Postelnicu, Valerica Voica

Pages: 342

Publisher year: 2021

ISBN: 978-606-39-0866-8

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The written test for verifying the legal knowledge represents an element of novelty in the whole competition for admission to the National Institute of Magistracy and aims at verifying the knowledge necessary for access to the profession of magistrate.

This paper, conducted by a group of practitioners, judges with experience in criminal law and criminal procedure, totals 32 laborious tests, including cases with a high degree of complexity, to verify knowledge of criminal law and criminal procedure law, accompanied of the solving scales, with wide explanations and references to the texts of law, to the doctrine and jurisprudence. The collection represents an indisputable support for the graduates of the law faculties who are preparing for the admission to the National Institute of Magistracy, helping to develop the theoretical and practical knowledge, the capacity for argumentation and the logical-legal reasoning.

Each test contains 2 cases (criminal law and criminal procedural law) designed to cover the entire topic of the contest, to meet the needs of the institutions of law that are subject to the contest and, at the same time, to facilitate learning the appropriate way to approach to this type of test.

The structure of the cases responds to the objectives pursued by the amendments brought to the Regulation regarding the admission contest to the National Institute of Magistracy, approved by the Decision of the SCM Plenum no. 119 of July 16, 2021, respectively highlighting the capacity for critical analysis and synthesis, coherence in approach and expression, and follows the structure and content of exemplary topics published by the National Institute of Magistracy through the announcement of August 1, 2019.

The tests are performed in accordance with current legislation and mandatory decisions of the High Court of Cassation and Justice and the Constitutional Court of Romania and are an effective tool not only for preparing candidates for the National Institute of Magistracy, but is recommended at the same time and trainee judges and prosecutors for the preparation of the aptitude test, candidates entering other legal professions, justice auditors and law students.
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Luminita Cristiu-Ninu

Education and training: doctoral studies, specialization in Criminal Procedure Law, University of Bucharest (2015-2020); postgraduate studies: Pedagogical studies, Department of Specialty with Psychopedagogical Profile, Titu Maiorescu University of Bucharest (2018-2019), and Management of public institutions, Academy of Economic Studies of Bucharest (2006-2007); master's degree studies, specialization in Criminal Sciences, Titu Maiorescu University of Bucharest (2007-2008); undergraduate studies, Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest (1991-1995).

Professional experience: judge at the Bucharest Court of Appeal (2013-present); judge at the Teleorman Court (2001-2013); judge at the Alexandria Court (1995-2001); leading positions in the judiciary, currently president of the Bucharest Court of Appeal; member of the commissions for the elaboration of the subjects for the competitions for admission to INM, the competitions for the promotion of judges in execution and management positions, for the graduation exams of INM and capacity.

Scientific research activity: author and co-author of numerous specialized papers, including jurisprudence bulletins, articles on criminal law and criminal procedural law, published in specialized journals; participant in specialized conferences, as speaker or moderator.


Carmen-Alina Gohoreanu

Education and training: postgraduate studies, National Institute of Magistracy, Bucharest (2007-2009); undergraduate studies, Faculty of Law, "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iasi (2003-2007).

Professional experience: judge at the Bucharest Court of Appeal (2018-present); judge at the Bucharest Tribunal (2013-2018); judge at the District 6 Court of Bucharest (2010-2013).

Andrei Viorel Iugan

Education and training: doctor of law, "Nicolae Titulescu" University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law (2016); Master of Criminal Sciences, Police Academy „Al.I. Cuza ”from Bucharest (2012); Faculty of Law (Police), Police Academy „Al.I. Cuza ”from Bucharest (2006-2010).

Professional experience: assistant. univ. PhD, "Nicolae Titulescu" University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law, discipline Criminal Procedure Law - General Part (2017-present); associate professor at the "Nicolae Titulescu" University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law, discipline Criminal Procedure Law - General Part (2014-2017); judge at the Bucharest Court of Appeal, Section I (2019-present); judge at the Bucharest Tribunal (2018-2019) - judge with professional degree of court of appeal; judge at the District 5 Court of Bucharest (2012-2018); police officer, Bacau County Police Inspectorate, Fraud Investigation Service (2010).

Scientific research activity: Annotated Code of Criminal Procedure, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2018; Extended confiscation, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2018; The rights of detainees, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2018; Judicial individualization of the punishment. Alternatives to imprisonment, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2018; Criminal Procedural Law. The general part. Seminar map, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2016; Criminal Procedural Law. The special part. Seminar map, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2016; The reopening of the criminal trial, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2016; The plea agreement, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2015; numerous other studies published in journals and conference volumes.

Lucretia Albertina Postelnicu

Education and training: PhD in Law, Nicolae Titulescu University of Bucharest (2011); master's degree studies, specialization Judicial career, Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest (2004-2005); National Institute of Magistracy, Bucharest (1998-1999).

Professional experience: deputy director of the National Institute of Magistracy (2021-present); judge at the Bucharest Court of Appeal (2018-2021); judge at the Bucharest Tribunal (2014-2018); judge at the District 6 Court of Bucharest (1999-2014); trainer at the National School of Clerks (2006-present); collaborator trainer / practice coordinator of the National Institute of Magistracy (2005-present).

Scientific research activity: Code of Criminal Procedure. Decisions of the Constitutional Court and of the Supreme Court of Justice, Morosan Publishing House, Bucharest, 2004; Code of Criminal Procedure, Commentary on articles, editions I, II and III, Ed. C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2018/2019/2020 (co-author); author of various specialized articles.

Valerica Voica

Education and training: postgraduate studies, National Institute of Magistracy, Bucharest (1998-1999); undergraduate studies, Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest (1994-1998).

Professional experience: judge at the Bucharest Court of Appeal (2018-present); judge at the Bucharest Tribunal (2004-2018); judge at the District 2 Court of Bucharest (2000-2004); prosecutor at the Prosecutor's Office attached to the District 3 Court of Bucharest (1999-2000).

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TEST I / 7
TEST II. / 10
TEST III / 15
TEST IV / 19
TEST V / 24
TEST VI / 28
TEST VII / 32
TEST VIII / 37
TEST IX / 40
TEST X / 44
TEST XI / 49
TEST XII / 54
TEST XIII / 59
TEST XIV / 64
TEST XV / 69
TEST XVI / 74
TEST XVII / 78
TEST XVIII / 82
TEST XIX / 87
TEST XX / 92
TEST XXI / 96
TEST XXII / 102
TEST XXIII / 106
TEST XXIV / 112
TEST XXV / 117
TEST XXVI / 123
TEST XXVII / 128
TEST XXVIII / 132
TEST XXIX / 137
TEST XXX / 142
TEST XXXI / 147
TEST XXXII / 153
SCALE TEST I / 158
SCALE TEST II / 163
SCALE TEST III / 168
SCALE TEST IV / 173
TEST SCALE V / 178
SCALE TEST VI / 183
SCALE TEST VII / 187
SCALE TEST VIII / 191
SCALE TEST IX / 195
SCALE TEST X / 200
SCALE TEST XI / 206
SCALE TEST XII / 212
SCALE TEST XIII / 217
SCALE TEST XIV / 225
SCALE TEST XV / 232
SCALE TEST XVI / 236
SCALE TEST XVII / 241
SCALE TEST XVIII / 246
SCALE TEST XIX / 251
SCALE TEST XX / 258
SCALE TEST XXI / 262
SCALE TEST XXII / 267
SCALE TEST XXIII / 272
SCALE TEST XXIV / 277
SCALE TEST XXV / 282
SCALE TEST XXVI / 287
SCALE TEST XXVII / 293
SCALE TEST XXVIII / 298
SCALE TEST XXIX / 303
SCALE TEST XXX / 307
SCALE TEST XXXI / 312
SCALE TEST XXXII / 319
ADMISSION COMPETITION TO THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MAGISTRATE, SEPTEMBER 2019-FEBRUARY 2020/325
DEFINITIVE SCALE ADMISSION COMPETITION AT THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MAGISTRATE, SEPTEMBER 2019-FEBRUARY 2020/329
EXAMPLING SUBJECTS / 334
EXAMPLE SCALE / 336

The written test for verifying the legal knowledge represents an element of novelty in the whole competition for admission to the National Institute of Magistracy and aims at verifying the knowledge necessary for access to the profession of magistrate.

This paper, conducted by a group of practitioners, judges with experience in criminal law and criminal procedure, totals 32 laborious tests, including cases with a high degree of complexity, to verify knowledge of criminal law and criminal procedure law, accompanied of the solving scales, with wide explanations and references to the texts of law, to the doctrine and jurisprudence. The collection represents an indisputable support for the graduates of the law faculties who are preparing for the admission to the National Institute of Magistracy, helping to develop the theoretical and practical knowledge, the capacity for argumentation and the logical-legal reasoning.

Each test contains 2 cases (criminal law and criminal procedural law) designed to cover the entire topic of the contest, to meet the needs of the institutions of law that are subject to the contest and, at the same time, to facilitate learning the appropriate way to approach to this type of test.

The structure of the cases responds to the objectives pursued by the amendments brought to the Regulation regarding the admission contest to the National Institute of Magistracy, approved by the Decision of the SCM Plenum no. 119 of July 16, 2021, respectively highlighting the capacity for critical analysis and synthesis, coherence in approach and expression, and follows the structure and content of exemplary topics published by the National Institute of Magistracy through the announcement of August 1, 2019.

The tests are performed in accordance with current legislation and mandatory decisions of the High Court of Cassation and Justice and the Constitutional Court of Romania and are an effective tool not only for preparing candidates for the National Institute of Magistracy, but is recommended at the same time and trainee judges and prosecutors for the preparation of the aptitude test, candidates entering other legal professions, justice auditors and law students.

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