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L'insaisissable notion de surveillance en droit pénal

Abstract : Surveillance, which is omnipresent in substantive and formal criminal law, appears to be an elusive concept. In accordance with legal reality, there is n˚ legal or jurisprudential definition of the latter and the work of the doctrine is exclusively devoted to either criminal law or criminal procedure supervision. Thus, this notion is never studied in its entirety. This is due to the dual nature of surveillance, which has a dual function. The unity of the concept also remains impossible to find due to the absence of one or more suitable criteria
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Philippe Collet. L'insaisissable notion de surveillance en droit pénal. Revue de Science Criminelle et de Droit Pénal Comparé, Dalloz, 2019, pp.549. ⟨10.3917/rsc.1903.0549⟩. ⟨halshs-02450749⟩

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