Luigi Paolo Comoglio
Prove illecite, Stato di diritto e garanzie del processo «giusto» digital
In resuming, at a comparative level, the traditional theme of «illicit» evidence (or, according to the Anglo-American traditional terminology, the theme of «illegally obtained evidence»), the Author proposes to offer an updated (although brief) discussion, in the privileged perspective of the fundamental principles on which the modern rule of law and the «fair trial» constitutional guarantees are based...
Durata «ragionevole» e processo «giusto». Rilievi di diritto comparato digital
The «unreasonable» time and the unbearable delays in adjudicating civil litigations are the worst troubles, that, nowadays, modern societies have still to face. There can be no doubt that a too late justice is finally destined to turn to an «unjust» determination of the case (or, in other words, to a substantial injustice), with heavy economic costs and wide social disadvantages...
Azione ed interesse. Rinnovate suggestioni di un’antica disputa digital
This essay moves from an up-to-date review of Edoardo Garbagnati’s 1955 study (“Azione e interesse”), where he strongly criticized the opinion stated and supported by Salvatore Satta some years before, about the civil action and the procedural interest to the judicial remedy...
Rigore sistematico ed etica “interna” del processo “giusto” digital
ABSTRACT In this essay, the Author tries to analyze, according to a taxonomic order, the fundamental features and the systematic evolution of the constitutional guarantees concerning civil and criminal justice, in the italian (and international) frame of the “fair” (“due” or “just”) trials and proceedings. The analysis’ results lead to outline some remarkable (but not always satisfactory) prospects for the future. KEY WORDS: fair trial, fair process, due process of law; strict procedure rules in the adversary systems of civil (and criminal) justice; procedural and ethical fairness; parties’ legal duties and deontological behaviour before the judge; lawyers’ professional ethics ; duty and candor in the proceedings.
La grande illusione (La ricerca «incompiuta» di un processo «giusto») digital
ABSTRACT: In this essay, the Author – describing his own judicial and academic career, with special reference to his advanced studies, developed for about forty five years, in the field of the constitutional (and european) protection, and mainly concerning the access to the courts, the parties’ contradictory rights or the judges’ role in the trial’s direction – tries to draw up a short balance-sheet on the «fair process» («giusto processo», «equo processo») in italian civil justice. The obtained results, unfortunately, are not satisfactory at all, because the «fair process» – due to the courts’ unbearable overload, to the heavy litigation costs and the unreasonable time of the proceedings – is, in our judicial system, still so far, as to look like a mirage in the desert, turning too often into a justice denial or a late remedy refusal. KEY WORDS: fair process, fair trial, constitutional (and european) guarantees concerning civil justice, access to the courts. SOMMARIO: 1. Ringraziamenti e rilievi introduttivi. – 2. Ricordi e spunti tratti da personali esperienze. – 3. La concretizzazione in Italia delle garanzie costituzionali attinenti al «giusto processo». Illusioni, delusioni e perduranti speranze.
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