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  1. Chad - Criminal and penal law - Law, Act

    Loi n° 2017‐01 du 8 mai 2017 portant Code pénal. - Code pénal

    Adoption: 2017-05-08 | TCD-2017-L-108874

    Livre 1: Dispositions générales
    Livre 2: Des crimes et délits contre la Nation, l’Etat et la paix publique
    Livre 3: Des crimes de guerre
    Livre 4: Des crimes et délits contre les groupes de personnes
    et les personnes
    Livre 5: Des atteintes aux biens
    Livre 6: Des autres crimes et délits
    Livre 7: Des peines applicables aux infractions prévues par
    les Actes uniformes de l’OHADA
    Livre 8: Des contraventions de simple police
    Livre 9: Dispositions diverses et finales

  2. Guyana - Criminal and penal law - Law, Act

    Juvenile Justice Act, 2018. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2018-04-13 | GUY-2018-L-108886

    AN ACT to amend and consolidate the law in relation to criminal justice for juveniles; to make provision for proceedings with respect to juvenile offenders; to provide for the establishment of facilities for the custody, education and rehabilitation of juvenile offenders, and to repeal the Juvenile Offenders Act and the Training Schools Act.

  3. Ireland - Criminal and penal law - Law, Act

    Domestic Violence Act 2018 (No. 6 of 2018). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2018-05-06 | IRL-2018-L-108833

    An Act to consolidate the law on domestic violence; to provide for emergency barring orders in certain circumstances; to provide for evidence to be given through television link in certain proceedings; to provide for the right of an applicant to be accompanied in certain proceedings; to provide for the obtaining of the views of a child in certain proceedings; to provide for the giving of information on support services to victims of domestic violence; to provide for the making of recommendations for engagement with certain services by respondents; to provide for restrictions on those present in court during certain proceedings; to prohibit the publication or broadcast of certain matters; to provide for an offence of forced marriage; to repeal provisions for exemption, in certain cases, from minimum age requirements for marriage; for those and other purposes to repeal the Domestic Violence Act 1996 and the Domestic Violence (Amendment) Act 2002 and to provide for the consequential amendment of certain other enactments; and to provide for related matters

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