De la autoría mediata en general y de si en Chile su inexpresividad legal constituye una laguna de punibilidad

Article 15 of the Chilean Penal Code, stipulates who are authors of a crime, without referring to those individuals that commit the crime through another individual. These are included in the Penal Code Project 1946 and in the first draft of the New Penal Code 2005 and have long since been contempla... 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: Article 15 of the Chilean Penal Code, stipulates who are authors of a crime, without referring to those individuals that commit the crime through another individual. These are included in the Penal Code Project 1946 and in the first draft of the New Penal Code 2005 and have long since been contemplated in foreign legislations (i.e. Germany, Portugal, Spain). One could infer that there exists a window of impunity for the offender. However, in accordance with the current legislation, in all cases, the inference of impunity, should be rejected because at the end of the sanctioning process, all that is required is the corresponding penal category from the Special Part and that its application not vulnerate lex praevia, scripta, certa, and stricta. This is known as the Legal Principal, since the crime and sentence, just as the court called upon to pronounce judgment, are previously established.