Giving reasons to a judgment in criminal cases and the control of the Supreme Court: some thoughts about the link between giving reasons and the offences.

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Abstract

This article explains the process of giving reasons to a judgment in Belgian criminal procedure. It focus on the relationship between the Supreme Court and the lower courts, by giving insight in the existence of the Supreme Court. Furthermore it focus on the link between the offences and the duty of the judge to give reasons to his judgment.
Original languageDutch
Title of host publicationHet strafrecht bedreven. Liber amicorum Alain De Nauw
EditorsF. Deruyck En M. Rozie
Place of PublicationBrugge
PublisherDie Keure
Pages201-218
Number of pages18
ISBN (Print)978-90-486-1220-8
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2011

Bibliographical note

F. Deruyck en M. Rozie

Keywords

  • Criminal Procedure
  • Offences
  • Surpeme Court
  • Judgment (Giving reasons)

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