Difference between revisions of "Criminal Justice Systems Around the World"

From Criminal Defense Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(Country Pages)
(Country Pages)
Line 41: Line 41:
 
*[[Colombia]]
 
*[[Colombia]]
 
*Comoros
 
*Comoros
*[[Côte d’Ivoire|Côte d'Ivoire]]
+
*[[Congo, Democratic Republic of the]]
 +
*[[ République du Congo (Congo-Brazzaville)|Congo, Republic of the]]
 
*[[Cuba]]
 
*[[Cuba]]
 
*Cyprus
 
*Cyprus
*[[Democratic Republic of Congo|Democratic Republic of Congo]]
 
 
*[[Ecuador]]
 
*[[Ecuador]]
 
*[[Egypt]]
 
*[[Egypt]]
Line 73: Line 73:
 
*Israel
 
*Israel
 
*[[Italy]]
 
*[[Italy]]
 +
*[[Côte d’Ivoire|Ivory Coast]]
 
*[[Jamaica]]
 
*[[Jamaica]]
 
*[[Japan]]
 
*[[Japan]]
Line 104: Line 105:
 
*[[Peru]]
 
*[[Peru]]
 
*[[Poland]]
 
*[[Poland]]
* [[ République du Congo (Congo-Brazzaville)]]
 
 
*[[Romania]]
 
*[[Romania]]
 
*[[Russia]]
 
*[[Russia]]

Revision as of 08:56, 2 October 2017

Criminal justice systems can be loosely classified as either common, civil, Islamic or socialist law in nature. However, today many jurisdictions have adopted hybrid models that combine elements of various legal systems. Many of these systems share a common set of core values. In addition, most criminal justice systems have adopted a legality principle. Almost every criminal justice system is made of of similar actors.

Country Pages

Globe3.png English  • español

Other Countries

Know a country that is not listed here? Email elearning@ibj.org.


See Legal Aid Systems and Supporting NGOs around the world