Rivista Italiana di Medicina Legale
The first section concerns general problems of doctrine and method and includes contributions on disciplines which have a bearing on questions of forensic medicine, as regards application and interpretation of laws, mention being made, where necessary, of changes and additions considered advisable. The second section deals with experimental research and with case histories, and although contributions are chiefly of a specialised nature, they are so chosen as to provide even the non-specialist - all the same interested in technical progress in this field - with an adequate level of information. The third section of each issue reviews jurisprudence with extracts from verdicts where needed, offering a series of valid principles useful for an appreciation of the orientation underlying decisions made by judges at various levels when handling cases touching on forensic medicine. Section four is devoted to laws and parliamentary bills of which there is an ever-growing number involving continual overlapping making all the more necessary a constant source of accurate information. The Review has achieved substantial circulation, to the point where requests have been submitted by foreign authors to publish their scientific work. Moreover, requests are frequently received to publish sentences issued by Judges and written by the latter.
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