Impartiality of the judicial organ in the penal canonical process

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  • Titolo: Impartiality of the judicial organ in the penal canonical process
  • Autore: Vitus Edem Yao Mensah
  • Collana: Corona Lateranensis 92
  • EAN (ISBN): 9788846512451
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • Anno: 2019
  • Pagine: 442 pp
  • Dimensioni: 15x21 cm
  • Rilegatura: Brossura

A positive response to delicts requires up to date substantive and procedure laws which respect man. However good these laws may be, they are applied by the judicial organ who must be impartial in order to arrive at the truth and justice. The current research, besides establishing the principles that must lay the foundation to the impartial role of the judicial organ, seeks to elaborate a comprehensive justice delivery which involves the promotor of justice, the accused, the victim, and the community under the direction of the impartial judicial organ in order to lead them all to the ultimate goal, the salus animarum.

Vitus Edem Yao Mensah, OFM Conv., is a Conventual Franciscan Friar from Ghana. He concluded his theological studies at Tangaza University College, Nairobi – Kenya in 2009. In 2013 he graduated from the Catholic University College Ghana, Fiapre – Sunyani in Post Graduate Diploma in Education. In 2017 he graduated with Licentiate in Canon Law at the Pontifical Lateran University and in 2018, defended his Doctoral thesis in Canon Law, the fruit of which is this book from the same University.

Prodotto inserito in catalogo venerdì 18 gennaio, 2019.

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