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This database is not open to the public. The Constitution also mandates a Court of Accounts, which examines the country’s finances and reports to the Congress [9]. Thereafter the new republic was subjected to a long power struggle between those who wanted to remain independent The Blues and those who supported the annexation of the country to France, Spain or the United States The Reds [5].

Vossler, Billy Raymond The Court of Minors addresses both civil and criminal matters, particularly issues pertaining to paternity, guardianship, visitation rights, alimony and adoption.

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About this image Publication Title: In August ldy,the Constitution of the Dominican Republic was modified. The Oficina Nacional de la Defensa Publica Public Defenders Office was established to provide legal assistance to those who could not afford to seek legal assistance.


Klaeger, Erick Edward Five judges sit on each of the courts. Inglis, Clarence Eligh Linsteadt, Emil Seymore Since the Dominican Republic has undergone major comprehensive judicial reforms.

It includes the name of the legal instrument, type of document, and the date of signature and its entry into force. By the Dominican Republic had adopted thirty five constitutional amendments. The President also may enter into treaties with foreign nations, but unless it is ratified by both houses of the Congress, the treaty will not be binding on the Dominican Republic [7].

The following is a list of government offices providing access to primary legal sources: Unfortunately, this effort was not continued and the country still does not have a law reporting system separate from the official Gaceta Oficial publication.

Libreria Juridica Virtual has a printed catalogue.

Kavanaugh, John Lincoln Code of Criminal Procedure. The library has no online access to its catalog. The Chamber President distributes the cases among the different halls through a random allocation system. This has meant a profound transformation of the criminal justice system. The International treaties for which the Dominican Republic is a signatory, are regulated by Article 3 of the Constitution of the Dominican Republic, which provides that: Already a Premium member?

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Lambert, Charles Wayne This Code abrogates the following laws: Although the library has a web base catalog, it could not be accessed off-site. The French codification remained in effect until Spanish translations of the five French codes were promulgated in Members of both chambers are elected by direct majority vote.


Legal Databases Several efforts have been made by private entities to develop legal information databases in the Dominican Republic. These translated codes, with little adjustment to local needs remained as the law of the Dominican Republic for more than one hundred and fifty years [11]. The court expands to a bench of three judges for cases involving crimes which are liable for punishment by incarceration greater than two years.

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Mellencamp, Gals George Funglode provides free access to the electronic text of the book, Tratados y Acuerdos Internacionales de la Republica Dominicana, —edited by Aida Montero Funglode, 14 v. Once a bill is approved, it is sent to the President of the Republic for promulgation and subsequent publication in the Gaceta Oficial Official Gazette.

Delgado, The Legal System supra note 3, at It also indexes the legal literature of monographs and journal articles published in the Dominican Republic. Courts of First Instance.