EIRP Proceedings, Vol 13 (2018)

Violence, an element of aggravation of certain categories of crimes

Alexandru Drăgănescu

Abstract


Violence or violent crimes are illicit antisocial actions involving the use of force or constraint in order to obtain the unlawful result, respectively, i.e. to suppress the life of the person, damage his integrity, or create material or moral damages (murder, injuries or injuries resulting in death, bodily injury, robbery, etc.). The paper focuses on the presentation of multiple ways of influencing the severity of some crimes committed through various forms of violence.

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