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In this section of the YouTube video titled "Prisión preventiva oficiosa: Ya lo Dijo la Corte", the speaker discusses the complex and important issue of preventive imprisonment in Mexico. They highlight the need for careful consideration and analysis of legal interpretations and context. The speaker emphasizes the significance of establishing an equitable court system that respects individual rights and freedoms. The video also addresses various aspects related to preventive imprisonment, including the constitutional framework, conflicts of competency, and recent judgments by the Mexican Supreme Court. Overall, it sheds light on the complexities surrounding the use of preventive imprisonment and the need for legal clarity and fairness in its application.

  • 00:00:00 In this section of the YouTube video titled "Prisión preventiva oficiosa: Ya lo Dijo la Corte", the hosts discuss the case of a person who was taken into custody by the police for robbery with the intention of harming a victim, and the subsequent judicial proceedings involving them. The question of whether preventive imprisonment can be imposed on this person is of great importance and complexity. The hosts invite guests to the show to discuss the matter and exchange ideas. One topic of discussion is whether preventive imprisonment can be imposed oficiously, as defined in Article 19 of the Mexican Constitution. The hosts explain how various scenarios unfold during the judicial process, including a conflict of competency between local and federal judges over the matter. However, the primary focus of the video is the decision made by the Mexican Supreme Court regarding this case, which confirms preventive imprisonment of the suspect despite their release after serving the two-year legal term under Article 20 of the Constitution. The hosts also discuss the judge's decision to deny provisional release to the suspect, stating that they are in a state of prison preventiva officia, which cannot be reviewed in a court of law. The Supreme Court also considers these decisions not to be possible due to the constitutional restriction on judicial revisions, as it does not permit a court to intervene in a matter involving a judicial pronouncement of the same nature. In conclusion, the case of preventive imprisonment of a suspect in Mexico is a complex topic that requires careful consideration of legal interpretations and context. The hosts of the video present a diverse range of perspectives on the matter, highlighting the significance of establishing a court system that is equitable and respectful of individual rights and freedoms.
  • 00:05:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the sentencing procedures in the criminal justice system. The speaker notes that in the past, there was a system of inquisition, which has since been replaced by a system of court-based accusatory procedure. The speaker explains that before, the decision to impose preventive imprisonment was left up to the legislator and wasn't always used appropriately. Now, there is a specific legal framework in the Spanish Constitution that delineates the parameters for preventive imprisonment, which is seen as an exceptional measure. The speaker highlights the fact that the Spanish Constitution emphasizes the importance of the principle of proportionality, arguing that the use of preventive imprisonment should only be used for serious crimes and not for less severe offenses. The speaker also notes the use of procedural double standards, where the process is justifiable but the punishment itself is not always necessary to justify the decision to impose a measure of judicial autonomy. The speaker concludes that the system of preventive imprisonment is not always justified and that the principles of proportionality and due process must be upheld in this regard.
  • 00:10:00 In this section, it terms refers to the formal term that applies when someone is accused or arrested. The speaker notes that no one refers to it as "preventive imprisonment" because it implies that the accused has committed a crime and can commit one in the future. However, the speaker notes that there is an ambiguity in the legal definition of preventive imprisonment, which has a narrow scope. The speaker claims that the term is often subverted in the name of the Constitution. The speaker places emphasis on the importance of the Supreme Court's recent judgment in the case, which recognizes the ambiguity and problems of the legal definition of preventive imprisonment. The speaker stresses the need for a comprehensive understanding of the complex aspects of legal terminology in general.
  • 00:15:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the doctrine of the Interamerican Court on Prison Preventive Measures, specifically focusing on the plausibility of justifying such measures. The court has set forth criteria to determine whether the use of prison preventive measures is reasonable, including the complexity of the case and the delinquent's conduct. The court has also established that justification for prison preventive measures should prioritize the preservation of the presumption of innocence and the liberty of the suspect. Additionally, the court has emphasized the importance of interpreting a treaty to which Mexico has subscribed. The speaker emphasizes that the medida cautelar imposed during a penal process should respect the liberty and presumption of innocence of the suspect.
  • 00:20:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the concept of preventive imprisonment, also known as house arrest, which is a restriction placed on a person who is accused of a crime. The speaker argues that preventive imprisonment is a tool used by the government to protect society and its members, and that it serves an important purpose. They also suggest that preventive imprisonment be used only in exceptional cases, and that it is not a universal solution for all crimes, as it can be seen as a violation of basic human rights.
  • 00:25:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the use of the principle of preventive detention in certain situations, as well as the need to balance individual rights with the pursuit of certain constitutional goals. The speaker argues that in order
  • 00:30:00 in this section, the speaker in a YouTube video titled "Prisión preventiva oficiosa: Ya lo Dijo la Corte" discusses the issue of preventive prison, arguing that it is a measure that can be abused if not properly maintained. The speaker cites data showing that 15 out of the 15 mentioned in the national code of criminal procedure for precautionary measures preventive prison, despite its intended function of being a measure of last resort. The speaker argues that while preventive prison is necessary in certain cases, it is not a solution to all problems. The speaker also discusses the importance of being cautious when implementing this measure and reducing its impact on individuals' lives.
  • 00:35:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the use of preventive imprisonment, which is an official form of incarceration imposed on individuals during the legal process. The speaker argues that this measure should be reviewed to determine if it has been an effective deterrent to crime. The speaker mentions the two-year limit on preventive imprisonment, emphasizing that the time spent in jail should be fairly and objectively judged. The speaker also notes that the constitution states that a person should be judged within four months of being accused, unless the punishment is over two years.
  • 00:40:00 This section of the YouTube video discusses the topic of preventive imprisonment. Specifically, the speaker is discussing a ruling from the constitutional court stating that preventive imprisonment is un natural right in accordance with the constitution. The speaker discretely mentions that they have been accused of a crime and feel the need to defend themselves. The speaker states that the legal process can be difficult and time-consuming, citing the example of suspended processes during the pandemic. The speaker argues that the legal system must be flexible and willing to accommodate the complexities of cases that require the testimony of someone in another country, even if it involves a lengthy process of investigation. The speaker also mentions the importance of understanding the attitudes of those who are being tried and the potential negligence of the legal system in cases that require cooperation with international authorities. The speaker concludes by stating that the legal system must be willing to listen to the warnings of the legal system and work towards a solution that is necessary.
  • 00:45:00 In this section, the speaker discusses the legality of preventive detention in Spain. According to the speaker, preventive detention cannot last more than two years except in certain circumstances. The speaker points out that the Spanish Constitution does not provide any impediment to revise preventive detention and highlights the importance of justice. The speaker also explains that the use of the right to defence is justifiable, regardless of the reason for the detention. Additionally, the speaker emphasizes the importance of revocable cautionary measures in the legal system. The speaker concludes by stating that preventive detention can be harmful to the rights and dignity of the detainee and that it should be used only as a last resort.
  • 00:50:00 In this section of the YouTube video titled "Prisión preventiva oficiosa: Ya lo Dijo la Corte", the speaker discusses the use of preventive imprisonment in Mexico. They explain that it is often used to protect the integrity of the victim, but it can also be a way to review the necessity of the imprisonment. The speaker argues that it is important to always keep the possibility of reviewing preventive imprisonment open as this gives people the opportunity to reconsider the need for imprisonment. The speaker highlights that the nature of cautionary measures is important to consider and that it is necessary to follow the concept of the presumption of innocence as set out by the Constitution.

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