Editura Universul Juridic Choice test. Criminal law and criminal procedure. Ninth edition, revised and added - Mihail Udroiu

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Publisher: Universul Juridic

Author: Mihail Udroiu

Edition: a 9-a, revazuta si adaugita

Pages: 592

Publisher year: 2018

ISBN: 978-606-39-0258-1

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Choice test
Criminal law and criminal procedure
9th ed., Revised and added


- over 3600 grids, drafted so as to offer a quick understanding of the new legal provisions
- all grids are updated at the level of May 2018
- gradual assessment: basic knowledge and in-depth knowledge
- verification tests
- recapitulative tests
- explanations of the answers to the grids

The new edition of the work “Grid tests. Criminal law and criminal procedure ”offers over 3600 grids updated at the level of May 2018, taking into account both the legislative changes and the effects produced by the decisions of the Constitutional Court, the decisions pronounced on appeal in the interest of the law (RIL) and the decisions prerequisites for resolving legal issues (HP) of the High Court of Cassation and Justice.

STRUCTURE AND CONTENT OF THE WORK:

• over 3600 grids in the field of criminal law and criminal procedure, drafted so as to provide a quick understanding of the new legal provisions in the smallest details;
useful explanations for the answers of the grids, in order to learn more easily the new changes, as well as the mechanism for solving them;
a unique structure, for each subject, the grids being divided into two categories, respectively "Basic knowledge" and "In-depth knowledge". In this way, the gradual and efficient evaluation of the knowledge acquired in criminal matters and criminal proceedings is ensured, starting from the essential basic elements to aspects of legal finesse of increased difficulty;
verification tests for each subject in order to perform a thematic evaluation at the end of the field;
recapitulative tests, each comprising 25 grids in the field of criminal law and 25 grids in the field of criminal procedure, which allow an overall assessment of the acquired knowledge, in conditions similar to those in an exam.

The paper covers the entire topic requested at:
- license exams;
- admission competitions at the National Institute of Magistracy;
- the entrance exams in law, respectively finalized of the trainee lawyers;
- the promotion contests in execution positions of the magistrates, respectively the capacity exam of the trainee magistrates.

Aims pursued by this paper:
a. verification of the knowledge acquired in criminal matters and criminal proceedings;
b. creating an instrument for indirectly understanding the legal provisions and quick reminder;
c. highlighting the details of the incrimination or procedure norms;
d. avoiding errors in the process of knowledge sedimentation;
e. avoiding the traps in the grids from any exam or contest;
f. optimization of the recapitulation process of the criminal matter and criminal proceedings;
g. optimization of grid solving techniques before competitions and exams.

The way of designing the grids, their number, the variety of topics approached recommend the paper as one of the most useful and effective tools in rapid and thorough verification and evaluation of knowledge in the field of criminal law and criminal procedure.
UDROIU, MIHAIL

He was born on March 20, 1977, in Bumbesti-Jiu, Gorj County.

Education: Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest (1999); Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest - Postgraduate Studies: Criminal Sciences - Criminology (2000); National Institute of Magistracy (2002); doctor of law, Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest, Doctoral School (July 2011, thesis: "Administration of evidence in criminal proceedings", scientific coordination: Prof. Nicolae Volonciu, PhD).

Professional activity: judge at the Oradea Court of Appeal (since June 2015); judge in the Bucharest Tribunal, Criminal Section (2006-February 2015); advisor to the chief prosecutor of DIICOT (July 1, 2013-November 27, 2014); seconded judge within the Ministry of Justice; member of the Commission for the elaboration of the draft Law for the implementation of the Code of Criminal Procedure and for the modification and completion of some normative acts that include criminal procedural provisions; member of the Commission for the elaboration of the draft Law for the implementation of the Criminal Code and for the modification and completion of some normative acts that include criminal provisions; member of the Commission for the elaboration of the draft of the new Criminal Code and of the draft of the new Code of Criminal Procedure (July 2007-September 2011); prosecutor (2003-2006); trainer within the National Institute of Magistracy in the discipline of criminal law and criminal procedural law (since 2006).

Publications: author of over 60 studies and articles published in specialized journals.

Author of the works: Criminal law files. The general part. The New Criminal Code, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2014 (1st ed.), 2015 (2nd ed.); Criminal law files. The special part. The New Criminal Code, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2014 (1st ed.), 2015 (2nd ed.); Criminal procedure sheets. The general part. The special part. The new Code of Criminal Procedure, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2014 (1st ed.), 2015 (2nd ed.); Criminal law. The general part. The new Criminal Code, Ed. C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2014; Criminal law. The special part. The new Criminal Code, Ed. C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2014; Criminal proceedings. The general part. The new Code of Criminal Procedure, Ed. C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2014; Criminal procedure. The special part. The new Code of Criminal Procedure, Ed. C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2014; Criminal law files. General part, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2012 (1st ed.), 2013 (2nd ed.); Criminal law files. The special part, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2012 (1st ed.), 2013 (2nd ed.); Criminal procedure files, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2012 (1st ed.), 2013 (2nd ed.); Criminal proceedings. The general part. Special part, Ed. C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2010 (1st ed.), 2011 (2nd ed.), 2013 (3rd ed.); Criminal law. The general part. Special part, Ed. C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2010 (ed. I), 2011 (ed. A II-a), 2012 (ed. A III-a), 2013 (ed. A IV-a); Choice test. Criminal law and criminal procedure, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2011 (1st and 2nd ed.), 2012 (3rd ed.), 2013 (4th ed.), 2014 (a. Va), 2015 (6th ed.); Dictionary of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure, Ed. C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2009.

Co-author of the works: Code of Criminal Procedure. Commentary on articles, Ed. C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2015; New Criminal Code - Previous Criminal Code. Comparative presentation. Remarks. Application guide. The more favorable criminal law, Hamangiu Publishing House, Bucharest, 2014 (together with Victor Constantinescu); Special investigative techniques in criminal justice, Ed. C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2009 (together with Ovidiu Predescu and Radu Slavoiu); European protection of human rights and the Romanian criminal process. Treaty, Ed. C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2008 (together with Ovidiu Predescu); European Convention on Human Rights and Romanian Criminal Procedure Law, Ed. C.H. Beck, Bucharest, 2007 (together with Ovidiu Predescu).

Awards: the "Vintila Dongoroz" award of the Romanian Lawyers Union (2015) for the work Code of Criminal Procedure. Comment on articles; the “Simion Barnutiu” award of the Romanian Academy (2010) for the work European Protection of Human Rights and the Romanian Criminal Procedure. Treaty; the “Vintila Dongoroz” award of the Romanian Lawyers Union (2009) for the work Dictionary of criminal law and criminal procedure; the "Ion Tanoviceanu" award of the Romanian Lawyers Union (2008) for the work European Protection of Human Rights and the Romanian Criminal Procedure. Treaty; the “Vintila Dongoroz” award of the Romanian Lawyers Union (2007) for the work European Convention on Human Rights and Romanian Criminal Procedure Law.

Choice test
Criminal law and criminal procedure
9th ed., Revised and added


- over 3600 grids, drafted so as to offer a quick understanding of the new legal provisions
- all grids are updated at the level of May 2018
- gradual assessment: basic knowledge and in-depth knowledge
- verification tests
- recapitulative tests
- explanations of the answers to the grids

The new edition of the work “Grid tests. Criminal law and criminal procedure ”offers over 3600 grids updated at the level of May 2018, taking into account both the legislative changes and the effects produced by the decisions of the Constitutional Court, the decisions pronounced on appeal in the interest of the law (RIL) and the decisions prerequisites for resolving legal issues (HP) of the High Court of Cassation and Justice.

STRUCTURE AND CONTENT OF THE WORK:

• over 3600 grids in the field of criminal law and criminal procedure, drafted so as to provide a quick understanding of the new legal provisions in the smallest details;
useful explanations for the answers of the grids, in order to learn more easily the new changes, as well as the mechanism for solving them;
a unique structure, for each subject, the grids being divided into two categories, respectively "Basic knowledge" and "In-depth knowledge". In this way, the gradual and efficient evaluation of the knowledge acquired in criminal matters and criminal proceedings is ensured, starting from the essential basic elements to aspects of legal finesse of increased difficulty;
verification tests for each subject in order to perform a thematic evaluation at the end of the field;
recapitulative tests, each comprising 25 grids in the field of criminal law and 25 grids in the field of criminal procedure, which allow an overall assessment of the acquired knowledge, in conditions similar to those in an exam.

The paper covers the entire topic requested at:
- license exams;
- admission competitions at the National Institute of Magistracy;
- the entrance exams in law, respectively finalized of the trainee lawyers;
- the promotion contests in execution positions of the magistrates, respectively the capacity exam of the trainee magistrates.

Aims pursued by this paper:
a. verification of the knowledge acquired in criminal matters and criminal proceedings;
b. creating an instrument for indirectly understanding the legal provisions and quick reminder;
c. highlighting the details of the incrimination or procedure norms;
d. avoiding errors in the process of knowledge sedimentation;
e. avoiding the traps in the grids from any exam or contest;
f. optimization of the recapitulation process of the criminal matter and criminal proceedings;
g. optimization of grid solving techniques before competitions and exams.

The way of designing the grids, their number, the variety of topics approached recommend the paper as one of the most useful and effective tools in rapid and thorough verification and evaluation of knowledge in the field of criminal law and criminal procedure.

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