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El cual comprendia, entre otras, la obligacion de indemnizar al adversario con el cuadruplo de las costas y la imposicion de una poena appellationis.
crimen, nulla poena, sine lege--There is no crime and no punishment
Del analisis de dicho articulo y de otros conexos (algo muy semejante podria decirse de otras constituciones europeas y americanas) se desprende que la culpabilidad, y no solo la autoria, es imprescindible para que exista delito; y que la aplicacion de las normas penales esta protegida por todo un sistema extenso de garantias: nulla poena sine lege poenale; nulla poena sine culpa; nulla culpa sine indicio; nullum indicium sine accusatione; nulla accusatio sine probatione; nulla probatio sine defensione.
O autor fez diversas referencias a instrumentos do cumprimento das normas, sendo os principais as nocoes de premium, poena, beneficium e vontade, ja mencionadas.
In conclusion this Article notes that the international criminal prosecution of jus ad bellum criminal aggressors through the war crime of disproportionate attack may be criticized as violating the nullum crimen nulla poena sine lege principle; it is susceptible to criticisms similar to those lodged against Nuremberg's crime against the peace.
Issuing a subpoena (from the Latin sub poena, "under penalty") is one way of obtaining information needed for a legal proceeding.
The second rule is also well known: nullum crimen nulla poena sine praevia lege poenali, which means -- There exists no crime and no punishment without a pre-existing law.
Paucorum culpa fuit, duorum poena erit: ceteri abolete memoriam foedissimae noctis.
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IN ANCIENT times there was a cruel and unusual capital punishment known as poena cullei (in Latin, "punishment of the sack") that entailed placing the criminal in a sack along with a monkey, a dog, a rooster, and a viper, sewing the sack up, and then tossing it into the ocean.
The Latin word poena (from which the pain and punishment in English derive) refers less to the type or intensity of the punishment to be inflicted than to the obligation to compensate the victim.