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ABSTRACT. La Jacobs and Potter hold that the only thing that distinguishes a crime in which assailants cause physical injury based on greed, anger, or some unknown criminal impulse, and a crime in which assailants cause physical injury based on their perception that the victim is black is the assailants' wrong-headed bias. Zaibert show some advantages that the application of rigorous conceptual analysis holds for the understanding of the criminal law and for the drafting of penal codes. Tadić notices that with respect to harmonization of parts of different legal systems or legal systems as a whole we are faced with the problem that there is no common standard.

 

SEVASTIAN BLENDEA
 
 
 

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