The Accessory Penalties for Individuals and their Execution According to the Albanian Legislation

Skerdian Kurti

Abstract


Additional penalties, means the type of punishments that may be awarded by the Court against those guilty, as a rule together with major penalties. Accessory penalties can be viewed in two perspectives: the mitigation of punishment if the court with the fulfilment of certain conditions set just giving punishments; the intensification of punishment the court alongside the main sentence gives and punishment in order to realize more fully the purpose of punishment. The goal of treatment of this topic is the most complete knowledge of punishments considering the achievements and the need for changes in terms of criminal justice and for a more efficient operation in the implementation and establishment of an appropriate system for control over their implementation in practice.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2015.v4n2p505


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