. = La Genética como factor relevante a efectos del juicio de imputabilidad penal. Estado de la cuestión y perspectiva critica. Particular consideración de la Sentencia de la corte de Apelación de Trieste (Italia) de 18 de septiembre de 2009.
Urruela Mora, Asier
Revista de derecho y genoma humano = Law and the human genome review / Cátedra de Derecho y Genoma Humano/Fundación BBV-Diputación Foral de Bizkaia 2010 Jan-Jun(32): 165-91
The present contribution analyses the relevance of the genetic predispositions in the field of Criminal Law. Its principal effect is basically associated with the sphere of the Insanity Defense, due to the fact that a number of psychiatric alterations or abnormalities relevant for the Insanity Defense show a genetic basis. This statement has been recently confirmed by new scientific evidences and in the judicial framework by the Sentence of the Court of Appeal of Trieste (Italy) from 18th September 2009 which accepts the genetic characteristics of the defendant as a relevant data in order to cut the sentence given to a person convicted of murder.
Genetics as a relevant factor for the purpose of judging criminal imputability. Status of the issue and critical perspective. Considering particularly the Decision of the Trieste Court of Appeals (Italy) of September 18, 2009
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