Includes bibliographical references (pages 213-227) and index.
Victim's conduct in criminal law and criminology -- Why does criminal law needs a generic defense of comparative criminal liability? -- What happens to victim's rights in situations of consent, self-defense and provocation? -- The principle of conditionality of rights -- How long do victim's rights remain limited? -- The defense of comparative criminal liability.
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