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Revista de Derecho

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SCHELLER D'ANGELO, André. The domain theory made in the Colombian criminal law. Rev. Derecho [online]. 2011, n.35, pp.244-263. ISSN 0121-8697.

The argument against the involvement of people in Criminal Law focuses on establishing if someone who participates in the commission of a crime is the author of it, or alternatively, if it is possible to distinguish between subjects who concur in their perpetration. Criminal codes currently provide various forms of intervention in the crime However, the term referred to anyone who is involved in producing the result is the same author (Unitary Copyright), was the first link in the chain which led to many discussions following the dogmatic issue. According to contemporary dogma, under Authoring, the determination of who the perpetrator of a criminal act is, it is possible to distinguish two ways: a) Cover with the concept of Authoring to all those involved in the act; or, b) Establishing differentiations among people who attend.

Keywords : Authorship; participation; intervention; determiner; accomplice.

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