In the mid nineteenth century, the term came to coalesce around a more personal and individualising capacity, closely associated with punishability
Furthermore, DAC finds in its decision that (h) the information provided by the sports association KNBB with reference to the punishability
and traceability of cocaine has left something to be desired.
54) Third, the foreseeability test arose in cases dealing with the issue of punishability
of conduct, and not the punishment itself.
The liability or punishability
of an 'Avatar' is a separate issue which does not need to be taken into consideration when determining the liability and duties of the provider.
Moreover, some legal systems specifically require the judge to take account of the punishability
or the sanction provided under foreign law when determining the sentence.
10) Outside criminal codes we can find penal clauses in the laws on reproductive medicine and on genetic engineering, above all in the punishability
The process of coming into Majority is mediated by maturity, punishability
and liability through a qualitative leap of resignification that qualifies the subject to become criminally and subjectively liable.
At first blush one might expect to count him among the scholars most receptive to the claims, first, that the distinction between justification and excuse just is the distinction between defenses that defeat criminality and those that concede criminality but defeat punishability
and, second, that the significance of this distinction is captured by the distinction between conduct rules and decision rules.