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By Javier Couso, Alexandra Huneeus, Rachel Sieder

Principles approximately legislations are present process dramatic switch in Latin the US. The consolidation of democracy because the important kind of executive and the proliferation of transnational criminal tools have ushered in an period of recent criminal conceptions and practices. legislations has turn into a middle concentration of political events and policy-making. This quantity explores the altering criminal principles and practices that accompany, reason, and are a outcome of the judicialization of politics in Latin the United States. it's the made of a three-year overseas learn attempt, subsidized through the legislations and Society organization, the Latin American reviews organization, and the Ford starting place, that accumulated best and rising students of Latin American courts from throughout disciplines and throughout continents.

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Thus, the court started protecting the elderly, the d isabled, fired pregnant women, workers, ill m inors, and so on. However, neither the courts nor these new types of clai ma nts could easily prove that their subsistence was at risk. Thus, as mentioned earlier, the court created a second device to solve th is problem: it started using legal presumptions according to wh ich certain cate­ gories of people that fen into certain situations or categories, that had previously defined by the court had their subsistence at risk.

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