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SANTIAGO, August 7, 2018.

 

The Justice Studies Center of the Americas (JSCA) has selected 15 papers for the first phase of the “International Paper Competition on Evidentiary Activity in Oral Systems.” A total of 63 papers were submitted (34 written by men and 29 by women) from 14 Latin American nations.

We would like to thank everyone who submitted a paper and congratulate the authors whose works have been pre-selected for presentation.

 

The Justice Studies Center of the Americas (JSCA) has selected 15 papers for the first phase of the “International Paper Competition on Evidentiary Activity in Oral Systems.” A total of 63 papers were submitted (34 written by men and 29 by women) from 14 Latin American nations. We would like to thank everyone who submitted a paper and congratulate the authors whose works have been pre-selected for presentation.

Complete presentations must be submitted by September 10, 2018 and must meet the requirements set out in the guidelines for this competition. Selected papers will be presented at the international seminar that will be held on Friday, November 16 in Panama. Each author will have 20 minutes to present his or her work. The papers must be submitted to JSCA researchers Laura Cora Bogani This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.and Lorena Espinosa OlguínThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

PRESELECTED PRESENTATIONS

Name

Country

Title

1

Cecilia Kandus

Argentina

“Rethinking the means of evidence in light of the use of oral procedures in Argentina’s civil procedure system”

2

Ernesto Vásquez

Chile

“Legitimation of the criminal procedure system, actors, police and the community: Improving the procurement of evidence and community observation of the effects of the system”

3

Fernando Carbajal

Argentina

“Visual aids and demonstrative evidence: Differences, presentation, admissibility, discovery and uses at trial”

4

Fernando L. Torres Ramírez

Puerto Rico

“Comments and reflections on rules that impact discovery and admissibility of evidence in Puerto Rico”

5

Irmarie Colín Massí

Puerto Rico

“Discovery of evidence and admissibility of digital and electronic evidence in the initial stage for arrest and orders of protection”

6

Leticia Lorenzo

Argentina

“The role of judges in preliminary hearings”

7

Luiz Eduardo Cani

Brazil

“The failure of oral procedures: The case of Brazil’s Special Criminal Courts”

8

María Isabel Rojas Ticona

Bolivia

“Evidence in the criminal process in light of case law of Bolivia’s Constitutional Court”

9

María Victoria Meyer Alcaraz.

Argentina

“Digital evidence in the civil process”

10

Maritza Romero Estevez

Ecuador

“Qualifying admissibility, authenticity and relevance of evidence in oral criminal trials”

11

Nancy Granadillo

Venezuela

“Evidence as the foundation for the possibility of conviction during the preliminary hearing”

12

Patricia Ivonne Inglés Aquino.

El Salvador

“Discovery and admission of electronic evidence”

13

Rommel Ismael Sandoval Rosales

El Salvador

“The impact of adversarial rules of evidence on procedure law in El Salvador” "

14

Tamara Peñalver

Argentina

“Arriving at a sentence: Discovery and evidentiary admissibility, a perspective for Latin America”

15

Julian Andrés Gaitán Reyes

Colombia

“The burden of proof in the Special Peace Jurisdiction”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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