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

    Criminal Code (Act No. 40/2009). (Zákon trestní zákoník) - Act on-line in Czech

    Adoption: 2009-01-08 | Date of entry into force: 2010-01-01 | CZE-2009-L-84824

    Head I: Applicability of criminal law (Sections 1 - 11)
    Head II: Criminal responsibility (Sections 12 - 27)
    Head III: Circumstance precluding wrongfulness of an act (Sections 28 - 32)
    Head IV: Disappearance of criminal responsibility (Sections 33 - 35)
    Head V: Criminal sanctions (Sections 36 - 104)
    Head VI: Clearing of condemnation (Sections 105 and 106)
    Head VII: Special provisions for some categories of criminals (Sections 107 - 109)
    Head VIII: Interpretation provisions (Sections 110 - 139)

    Head I: Crimes against life and health (Sections 140 - 167)
    Head II: Crimes against freedom and against right to protect personality, privacy and secret of correspondence (Sections 168 - 184)
    Head III: Crimes against human dignity related to sexuality (Section 185 - 193)
    Head IV: Crimes against family and children (Sections 194 - 204)
    Head V: Crimes against property (Sections 205 - 232)
    Head VI: Economic crimes (Sections 233 - 271)
    Head VII: Generally dangerous crimes (Sections 272 - 292)
    Head VIII: Crimes against environment (Sections 293 - 308)
    Head IX: Crimes against Czech Republic, foreign country and international organization (Sections 309 - 322)
    Head X: Crimes against public order (Sections 323 - 368)
    Head XI: Crimes against the obligation to serve in the armed forces (Sections 369 - 374)
    Head XII: Military crimes (Sections 375 - 399)
    Head XIII: Crimes against humanity, against peace and war crimes (Sections 400 - 418)


  2. Czechia - Criminal and penal law - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decree No. 10/2000 of the Ministry of Justice on withholding remuneration of persons who are employed while serving a prison sentence, on enforcement of orders by withholding remuneration of such persons as well as of inmates of special educational institutions.

    Adoption: 2000-01-20 | Date of entry into force: 2000-01-28 | CZE-2000-R-57537

    Defines categories of wage deductions: inter alia, for maintenance of children for which a prisoner is responsible, for covering the expenses of incarceration, and for the enforcement of judicial decisions. Also fixes the percentage of remuneration to be withheld for the above-mentioned purposes.

  3. Czechia - Criminal and penal law - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Order No. 365/1999 on the conditions and amount of wage for condemned persons working during their incarceration.

    Adoption: 1999-12-22 | Date of entry into force: 2000-01-01 | CZE-1999-R-56612

    Determines the remuneration of condemned persons for work during incarceration. Compensation consists of a basic wage and remuneration for extra hours, for work during public holidays, night work, work in dangerous or unhealthy environments, and a performance premium.

  4. Czechia - Criminal and penal law - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulations on Imprisonment (1999). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1999-12-21 | CZE-1999-R-73725

    Chapter IV regulates the rehabilitation, vocational training and employment of prisoners.

  5. Czechia - Criminal and penal law - Law, Act

    Act No. 169/1999 SB of 30 June 1999 on imprisonment. - English translation

    Adoption: 1999-06-30 | Date of entry into force: 2000-01-01 | CZE-1999-L-65050

    Contains provisions (sections 29 to 33) on employment (in particular working conditions and remuneration) and education of convicts, and on their liability for damage caused during performance of work (section 38). Unofficial English translation.

  6. Czechia - Criminal and penal law - Law, Act

    Criminal Code (No. 140/1961)[Consolidation].

    Adoption: 1961 | CZE-1961-L-61001

    Criminal Code of Czech Republic. Chapter I defines purpose of Criminal Code. Part II establishes basis of criminal liability. Chapter III provides for effectivness of criminal laws. Chapter IV regulates punishments. Chapter V provides for extinguishment of criminal liability and punishment. Chapter VI makes provision for protective measures. Chapter VII contains special provisions on prosecution of juveniles. Part II provides for crimes against the Republic, economic crimes, crimes against public order, crimes causing common danger, crimes grossly infringing civic coexistence, crimes against the family and young people, crime against freedom and human dignity, crimes against property, crimes against humanity, crimes against conscription and civilian service, and military crimes. Finaly, Part III contains transitory and concluding provisions.

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