El consentimiento en materia penal

Consent (of a concerned party) allows the execution of sanctionable conduct with the possibility of avoiding criminal responsibility. Consent is called a contract if the behavior is directed against or sets aside the will of the interested party and his or her freedom to exercise it. In order for th... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Ríos Arenaldi, Jaime
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad de Talca, Centro de Estudios en Derecho Penal 2006
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Laburpena: Consent (of a concerned party) allows the execution of sanctionable conduct with the possibility of avoiding criminal responsibility. Consent is called a contract if the behavior is directed against or sets aside the will of the interested party and his or her freedom to exercise it. In order for this to occur, the following criteria are required: a consenting party, capacity, freedom, awareness, and manifestation. Consent would be the cause of justification and the contract would be of an irregular nature. Consent should extend to the individual legal asset (good) ¿life¿, since the right to life imposes a contractual obligation to live, denying, freewill, dignity and freedom of personal growth as superior values. De lege ferenda should establish a general clause that recognizes consent (of a concerned party) as an element that eliminates prohibition of conduct and consequently, not punish mercy killings and euthanasia and not eliminate suicidal aid.