And Remission

Original Language Title: Ed Indulto

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Law 13 March 1919 Ranked # 4. (Law on amnesty and pardon) Art. 1. - And 'granted amnesty and cease the criminal effects of previous convictions for all crimes committed up to the date of this Decree, within the jurisdiction of any court, tribunal or body acting, compared to such as imposed or the penalty imposed, according to the provisions of the Penal Code or any other law or regulation of the Republic, it is merely pecuniary or, if it is too restrictive of personal freedom, not exceeding one year of imprisonment. Art. 2. - For all other offenses committed up to the date of this Decree and nell'amnistia not included in the previous article, the penalties imposed or to be imposed if more than one year of imprisonment is reduced by one quarter; for however so that the reduction in each case is not less than one year. Art. 3. - In the event of multiple offenses and penalties amnesty under article 1 shall apply separately to each offense; while for the pardon, under article 2, the reduction is computed on all the penalties accumulated by law. Art. 4. - The provisions of article 6, 7 and 8 of the Law on criminal records remain steady. (1) In criminal certificates to be issued by the Chancellery of the Commissioner's Court, no mention shall be made of the sentences to fines or imprisonment not exceeding three months, reported for offenses committed up to the date of this Decree, as well as any other conviction and sentence that does not exceed six months of imprisonment, when the last offense committed have passed no less than ten years. Art. 5. - The amnesty and pardon are not entitled to restitution of the confiscated things nor to reimburse the sums still paid to the state budget by way of monetary penalty, judicial and procedural costs and judgment fee. Art. 6. - The provisions of this Act are applicable to ven crimes punishable upon complaint. (2) remain intact and subject to the rights and civil actions relevant to those harmed or damaged and to third parties. (1) S. pag.97. (2) R. pag.444.