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

    Act No. 221/2006 on serving of prison sentence.

    Adoption: 2006-03-15 | Date of entry into force: 2006-07-01 | Date of partial entry into force: 2007-07-01 | SVK-2006-L-74448

    Part 5 (sections 32 to 34) regulates prisoners' work.

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

    Act No. 475/2005 on serving of prison sentence and on amendment of some other acts.

    Adoption: 2005-09-22 | Date of entry into force: 2006-01-01 | SVK-2005-L-72641

    Inter alia, section 4 limits certain rights of the inmate, i.e. right to strike, freedom of assembly. Section 39(e) gives an obligation to work with certain exceptions. Section 42 regulates the the detachment of prisoners for work. Section 45 provides for remuneration for work.

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

    Act No. 300/2005 Criminal Code.

    Adoption: 2005-07-02 | Date of entry into force: 2006-01-01 | SVK-2005-L-72646

    PART ONE - GENERAL (1)
    CHAPTER I: Application of the law and basics of penal responsibility
    Division 1: Penal Code and its application (2-7)
    Division 2: Basics of penal responsibility (8-30)
    CHAPTER II: Sanctions
    Division 1: Types of sanctions (31-33)
    Division 2: Basic principles of application of sanctions (34-45)
    Division 3: Application and serving of different penalties (46-65)
    Division 4: Conditional end of certain penalties (66-72)
    Division 5: Protective measures (73-83)
    CHAPTER III: Lifting of wrongfulness (84-93)
    CHAPTER IV: Special provisions on prosecution of minors
    Division 1: Penal responsibility (94-95)
    Division 2: Lifting of wrongfullness (96)
    Division 3: Application of sanctions and educational measures for minors (97-101)
    Division 4: Protective education (102-105)
    Division 5: Educational measures (106-108)
    Division 6: Penalties (109-121)
    CHAPTER V: Explanation of notions
    Division 1: General notions (122-137)
    Division 2: Special notions of qualification (138-143)

    PART TWO: SPECIAL PART
    CHAPTER I: Crimes against life and health
    Division 1: Crimes against life (144-154)
    Division 2: Crimes against health (155-160)
    Division 3: Crimes threatening life and health (161-178)
    CHAPTER II: Crimes against freedom and human dignity
    Division 1: Crimes against freedom (179-198)
    Division 2: Crimes against human dignity (199-203)
    CHAPTER III: Crimes against family and youth (204-211)
    CHAPTER IV: Crimes against property (212-249)
    CHAPTER V: Economic crimes
    Division 1: Crimes threatening market economy (250-258)
    Division 2: Crimes against economic discipline (259-269)
    Division 3: Crimes against the currency and taxes (270-280)
    Division 4: Crimes against industrial rights and right of author (281-283)
    CHAPTER VI: Crimes of public danger and against environment
    Division 1: Crimes of public danger (284-299)
    Division 2: Crimes against environment (300-310)
    CHAPTER VII: Crimes against the Republic
    Division 1: Crimes against the foundations of the Republic (311-317)
    Division 2: Crimes against the security of the Republic (318-320)
    CHAPTER VIII: Crimes against the order in public affairs
    Division 1: Crimes against execution of competence of public organs (321-325)
    Division 2: Crimes of public organs (326-327)
    Division 3: Corruption (328-336)
    Division 4: Some forms of criminal complicity (337-341)
    Division 5: Other forms of hindering the activity of public organs (342-358)
    CHAPTER IX: Crimes against other rights and freedoms (359-378)
    CHAPTER X: Crimes against defence capacity, against civil service, against military service and defence of the country
    Division 1: Crimes against the defence capacity ($379-381)
    Division 2: Crimes against civil service (382-385)
    Division 3: Crimes against military service (386-389)
    Division 4: Crimes against the defence of the country (390-392)
    CHAPTER XI: Military crimes
    Division 1: Crimes against military hierarchy and military honour (393-400)
    Division 2: Crimes against the duty of military service (401-406)
    Division 3: Crimes against the duty of watch and supervision (407-409)
    Division 4: Crimes threatening the capacity to fight (410-415)
    Division 5: Common provisions (416)
    CHAPTER XII: Crimes against peace, humanity and war crimes
    Division 1: Crimes against peace and humanity (417-425)
    Division 2: War crimes (426-434)
    Division 3: Common provisions (435)

    PART THREE - COMMON, TRANSITORY AND FINAL PROVISIONS (436-440)

    ANNEX: List of incorporated norms of European Communities and of European Union

  4. Slovakia - Criminal and penal law - Law, Act

    Act No. 301/2005 Penal Procedure Code.

    Adoption: 2005-07-02 | Date of entry into force: 2006-01-01 | SVK-2005-L-72650

  5. Slovakia - Criminal and penal law - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ordinance No. 499/2002 on the amount and conditions of remuneration of the work of prisoners and persons in custody, on the amount and conditions of remuneration of public interest activities of prisoners.

    Adoption: 2002-08-21 | Date of entry into force: 2002-09-01 | SVK-2002-R-65950

    Regulates remuneration of work and public interest activities of prisoners and persons in custody. Provides, inter alia, for equality of men and women as to the remuneration of equal work.

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

    Act No. 451/2002 to amend Act No. 59/1965 on execution of prison penalty and Act No. 156/1993 on custody.

    Adoption: 2002-07-02 | Date of entry into force: 2002-09-01 | SVK-2002-L-65948

    Regulates inter alia the remuneration of prisoners and persons in custody. Defines the obligation for prisoners to work or to execute at least 4 hours a day activities of public interest if he/she is not prevented from working by his/her age or health. Provides for the conditions under which persons under custody can work. Makes also provision for health and pension insurance of prisoners. Amend Acts No. 99 of 1963, No. 59 of 1965 and No. 156 of 1993.

  7. Slovakia - Criminal and penal law - Law, Act

    Act No. 256 of 1998 concerning the protection of witnesses and on the modification and amendment of certain laws. - English translation

    Adoption: 1998-07-08 | Date of entry into force: 1999-01-01 | SVK-1998-L-71542

    Provides for the establishment of a witness protection programme.

  8. Slovakia - Criminal and penal law - Law, Act

    Act No. 12/1993 on the organization and working procedures of the courts.

    Adoption: 1992-12-17 | Date of entry into force: 1993-01-01 | SVK-1992-L-40465

  9. Slovakia - Criminal and penal law - Law, Act

    Act No. 140/1961 (Consolidation of Criminal Code).

    Adoption: 1962-01-01 | SVK-1962-L-57535

    The Criminal Code as amended to 1 September 1999. Section 204(4)(a) deals with the crime of procurement in relation to a person younger than 15 years; sections 205b to 205d concern child pornography; section 217a defines as a crime the employment of children younger than 15 years which results in preventing them from attending compulsory education.


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