Juber Tuanamama Marín

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2024/v24cs.428-434

Throughout the history of the Peruvian criminal process there have been different procedural systems that have tried to order the actions of the state so that they can conclude with a sentence according to law. However, and as will be seen throughout this article, the characteristic biases of each procedural system have harmed the Effective Judicial Protection that is currently regaining prominence, in that sense, the changes that the Peruvian criminal process has undergone have had positive consequences that have brought to the fore discussions about the fundamental rights of both the prosecuted party and the victims. This change can be observed and understood proportionally to the Effective Judicial Protection as a thermometer of legality and constitutionality.

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