Hechos jurídicamente relevantes en el proceso penal
Americo Bravo, Franco
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This article does not pretend to build a treatise on the complex issue that constitutes the legally relevant facts, but the claim is to touch very important points that are currently disturbing, not only the judicial operators, but also the academy, the Legal professionals who exercise their profession in litigation, to university students, in order to the most unsuspecting citizen who for any circumstance of life is involved in a matter, either as a taxable person as or as a taxable person of a criminal action. And it is that the issue is of such importance, that when dealing with a dispute of this nature - I mean the criminal one - that from the edge of wherever you look at it, it is essential to identify, what are those legally relevant facts that are going To constitute the basis on which the process will be built as such, it will be its correct structuring that marks the success or failure of the criminal process.The jurisprudence of the Criminal Chamber of our Supreme Court of Justice, in recent decisions, has been interested in studying the issue and has marked paths in the way that legally relevant facts should be structured, has clarified concepts of reality are legally relevant facts, emphasizing that they should be distinguished from what indicators and evidence are made. These interesting topics are those that I will try to address in this essay, hoping to contribute, to those who are interested, in the correct layout of that very important part of the criminal process, there are still difficulties for its correct structuring of what we know as legally relevant facts.