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The Historical and Legal Aspects of Car Theft
The Historical and Legal Aspects of Car Theft

Author(s): Robert Şerbănescu
Subject(s): Criminal Law, Criminology
Published by: Scientia Moralitas Research Institute
Keywords: truth; traces; details; laboratory; research;
Summary/Abstract: It is well known that technology has contributed on a large scale in the last 300 years to the improvement of human life and society in general. One such element is represented by the car, a machine capable of covering a significant distance in a short amount of time, faster than any horse or other animal used for transportation. Recognizing the benefits brought to commerce, security and comfort within large scale domains, we cannot neglect the fact that this invention is a huge step for everyday individuals as well. In this era a car is a necessity, thus having it stolen could result in severe consequences for some of us. Considering this aspect, the current paperwork will analyze how a car can be stolen, the methods used by the judicial police for finding the author, the legal implications and ways of prevention. The main focus will be on how the identification, collection and preservation of the traces left behind by the thief are completed alongside the research done in the forensic laboratory, these activities having the purpose of uncovering details which could serve in finding the truth about the illegal action and the person responsible for it.

  • Page Range: 152-155
  • Page Count: 4
  • Publication Year: 2020
  • Language: English