Week 6_ Criminal Law #18Oct15 - Business Law BA167IU Week 6...

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Business Law - BA167IU Week 6 Criminal Law Quang N.T.Tran
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International University – School of Business MATERIALS Legal Text: Penal Code 1999 (Amended 2009) Additional materials provided in Blackboard Page 2
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International University – School of Business Branches of Vietnamese laws 1. State Laws (Constitution)* 2. Administrative Laws* 3. Finance & Banking Laws 4. Land Laws 5. Criminal Laws* 6. Criminal Proceeding Laws 7. Civil Laws* 8. Labour Laws* 9. Marriage & Family Laws 10. Civil Proceeding Laws 11. Economic/Business Laws* 12. International Laws* *: Covered under our course Page 3
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International University – School of Business AGENDA Definition of criminal law & Crime’s characteristics Elements of crimes Categories of crimes Statute of limitation for prosecution of crimes Punishments/penalties Penalties to juveniles under 18 Page 4
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International University – School of Business Definition of criminal law A branch of Vietnamese legal framework include the legal rules which… … define the conduct prohibited by the State that threatens or harms public safety and welfare as ‘crime’. … establish punishment/penalties to be imposed by the State for the commission of such crime. Page 5
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International University – School of Business Involved Entities/Stakeholders the State And those persons who commit crimes as prescribed in the Penal Code . [Art.2] Page 6
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International University – School of Business Crime’s characteristics [Art.8.1] To determine a conduct as a ‘crime’ if… … Dangerous to society. … Causes faulty/harmful consequence [intentionally or unintentionally]. … Commit a crime provided for in the Penal Code. … Subject to punishment/penalty. Page 7
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International University – School of Business Elements of crimes ELEMENTS OF CRIMES Page 8
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International University – School of Business Elements of crimes A specific crime shall have following elements: Page 9 1.
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