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“玩飞艇输了有什么技巧吗”ThereasonfortranslatingafreshBeccaria’s‘DeiDelittiedellePene’(‘CrimesandPunishments’)is,thatitisaclassicalworkofitskind,andthattheinterestwhichbelongstoitisstillfarfrombeingmerelyhistorical.

Therewasatimewhennearlyallpenaltieswerepecuniary.Men’scrimesweretheprince’spatrimony;attemptsagainstthepublicsafetywereanobjectofgain,andhewhosefunctionitwastodefenditfoundhisinterestinseeingitassailed.Theobjectofpunishmentwasthenasuitbetweenthetreasury,whichexactedthepenalty,andthecriminal:itwasacivilbusiness,aprivateratherthanapublicdispute,whichconferreduponthetreasuryotherrightsthanthoseconferreduponitbythecallsofthepublicdefence,whilstitinflictedupontheoffenderothergrievancesthanthosehehadincurredbythenecessityofexample.Thejudgewas,therefore,anadvocateforthetreasuryratherthananimpartialinvestigatorofthetruth,anagentfortheChancelloroftheExchequerratherthantheprotectorandministerofthelaws.Butasinthissystemtoconfessafaultwasthesamethingastoconfessoneselfadebtortothetreasury,thatbeingtheobjectofthecriminalprocedureinthosedays,sotheconfessionofacrime,andaconfessionsomanagedastofavourandnottohurtfiscalinterests,becameandstillremains(effectsalwaysoutlastingtheircausessolong)thecentre[241]pointofallcriminalprocedure.Withoutsuchconfessionacriminalconvictedbyindubitableproofswillincurapenaltylessthantheonelegallyattachedtohiscrime;andwithoutithewillescapetortureforothercrimesofthesamesortwhichhemayhavecommitted.Withit,ontheotherhand,thejudgebecomesmasterofacriminal’sperson,tolaceratehimbymethodandformality,inordertogetfromhimasfromsomuchstockalltheprofithecan.Giventhefactofthecrimeasproved,confessionaffordsaconvincingproof;and,tomakethisproofstilllessopentodoubt,itisforciblyexactedbytheagoniesanddespairofphysicalpain;whilstatthesametimeaconfessionthatisextra-judicial,thatistenderedcalmlyandindifferently,andwithouttheoverpoweringfearsofatrialbytorture,isheldinsufficientforaverdictofguilt.Inquiriesandproofs,whichthrowlightuponthefact,butwhichweakentheclaimsofthetreasury,areexcluded;norisitoutofconsiderationforhiswretchednessandweaknessthatacriminalissometimessparedfromtorture,butoutofregardfortheclaimswhichthisentity,nowmythicalandinconceivable,mightlose.Thejudgebecomestheenemyoftheaccused,whostandsinchainsbeforehim,thepreyofmisery,oftorments,andthemostterriblefuture;hedoesnotseektofindthetruthofafact,buttofindthecrimeintheprisoner,tryingtoentraphim,andthinkingittothelossofhisown[242]creditifhefailtodoso,andtothedetrimentofthatinfallibilitywhichmenpretendtopossessabouteverything.Theevidencethatjustifiesaman’simprisonmentrestswiththejudge;inorderthatamanmayprovehimselfinnocent,hemustfirstbedeclaredguilty:thatiscalledanoffensiveprosecution;andsucharecriminalproceedingsinnearlyeverypartofenlightenedEurope,intheeighteenthcentury.Therealprosecution,theinformativeone—thatis,theindifferentinquiryintoafact,suchasreasonenjoins,suchasmilitarycodesemploy,andsuchasisusedevenbyAsiaticdespotismintrivialandunimportantcases—isofveryscantuseinthetribunalsofEurope.Whatacomplexmazeofstrangeabsurdities,doubtlessincredibletoamorefortunateposterity!Onlythephilosophersofthattimewillreadinthenatureofmanthepossibleactualityofsuchasystemasnowexists.

Aftercrimesofhightreasoncomecrimesopposedtothepersonalsecurityofindividuals.Thissecuritybeingtheprimaryendofeveryproperlyconstitutedsociety,itisimpossiblenottoaffixtotheviolationofanycitizen’srightofpersonalsecurityoneoftheseverestpunishmentsthatthelawsallow.

Theopponentsofcapitalpunishmentmayfairly,therefore,drawanargumentintheirfavourfromthefactthatsomanypartsoftheworldhavefounditnotincompatiblewiththegeneralsecurityoflifetoerasethedeathpenaltyfromtheirlistofdeterrentagencies.Itisbettertorelyonsoplainafactthanonstatisticswhich,liketwo-edgedweapons,oftencutbothways.Thefrequencyofexecutionsinonecountryandtheirtotalabsenceinanothermayseverallycoexistwithgreatnumericalequalityinthenumberofmurderscommittedineach.Itisalwaysbetter,therefore,tolookforsomeothercauseforagivennumberofmurdersthanthekindofpunishmentdirectedtotheirrepression.Theymay[45]dependonathousandotherthings,whichitisdifficulttoascertainoreliminate.ThusbothinBavaria,wherecapitalpunishmenthasbeenretained,andinSwitzerland,whereithadbeenabolishedin1874,murdershaveincreasedgreatlyinrecentyears;andthisfacthas,withgreatprobability,beenattributedtotheinfluenceofbadhabitscontractedduringtheFranco-Germanwar.

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Bythesamerule,inthecaseoftheft,thevalueofthethingstolen,withsomeequivalentforthetroubleofitsrecovery,takenfromtheoffenderormadealienonhisearnings,appearstobeallthatjusticecandemand.SirSamuelRomilly,himselfsecondtononeasalawyer,wroteseventyyearsago:‘Iftherestitutionofthepropertystolen,andonlyafewweeks’orevenbutafewdays’imprisonmentweretheunavoidableconsequenceoftheft,notheftwouldeverbecommitted.’Yetthefollowingsentencesaretaken[85]atrandomfromauthenticEnglishsources:threemonths’imprisonmentforstealingapipe,sixmonthsforstealingapenny,atwelvemonthforstealinganumbrella,fiveyears’penalservitudeforstealingsomestampsfromaletter,sevenyearsforstealingtwopence.Insuchcasestheprincipleofvindictivenessexceedsthelimitsofnecessity,andthereforeofjustice;whilstthelawlosesallitsdignityastheexpressionofunimpassionedresentment.

Thequestion,therefore,arises,Doescrimedependtoanyappreciableextentonimprisonmentatall,oronthelengthorshortnessofsentences?

Thereremaintwoquestionsformetoexamine:thefirst,whetherasylumsofrefugearejust,andwhetherinternationalagreementsofextraditionareexpedientornot.Thereshouldbenospotwithintheboundariesofanycountryindependentofthelaws.Everycitizenshouldbefollowedbytheirpower,aseverysubstanceisfollowedbyitsshadow.Thereisonlyadifferenceofdegreebetweenimpunityandtherightofasylum;andastheeffectiveinfluenceofpunishmentconsistsmoreinitsinevitabilitythaninitsviolence,asylumsdomoretoinvitetocrimesthanpunishmentsdotodeterfromthem.Themultiplicationofasylumsistheformationofsomanypettysovereignties;forwheretherearenolawstocommand,thereitiseasyfornewlaws,opposedtothegenerallawsofacountry,tobeformed,andconsequentlyforaspiritopposedtothatofthewholecollectivesocialbodytoarise.AllhistoryshowsthatfromasylumshaveissuedgreatrevolutionsinStatesandintheopinionsofmankind.

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  • 雨花郡主HK82f

    Butoughtsuchacrimetobeletgounpunishedinthecaseofamanwhohasnoeffectstolose?No:therearekindsofsmugglingofsomuchimportancetotherevenue(whichissoessentialandsodifficultapartofagoodsystemoflaws),thatsuchacrimedeservesaconsiderablepunishment,evenimprisonmentorservitude;butimprisonmentandservitudeconformabletothenatureofthecrimeitself.Forexample,theprisonofthetobacco-smuggleroughtnottobethesameasthatoftheassassinorthethief;andthelaboursoftheformer,limitedtotheworkandserviceoftheverytreasuryhewishedtodefraud,willbethepunishmentsmostconformabletothenatureofhiscrime.

     Almostanynumberofthe‘Times’willillustratethesamething.TaketheaccountoftheMiddlesexSessionsofFebruary24,1880.Therewefindthecaseofamanandwomansentencedtosevenandfiveyears’penalservituderespectively.Whatenormitieshadtheycommitted?Themanhadstolenthree-halfpencefromsomebody;andthewoman,whowasalaundress,hadstolentwoskirts,ofthevalueofsixshillings,fromavendorofsheep’strotters.Themanhadincurredpreviouslysevenyears’penalservitudeforarobberywithviolence,andthewomanhadthreetimesinherlifebeensentencedtoimprisonment.Butisitjustthat,becauseamanhasbeenseverelypunishedonce,norulenormeasureshallbeobservedwithhimifheincurpunishmentagain?Andmightnotavendorofsheep’strottershavebeensatisfied,withoutalaundressbecomingaburdentotheState?

  • 雪灵芝cFoQr

  • 如萱紫儿RMIOn

    Ifitbesaidthatasecondconvictionmakesitnecessaryforsocietytoprotectitselfbystrongermeasuresagainstamemberwhothusdefiesitspower,itmaybeaskedwhetherthisisnotanapplicationofexactlythesamereasoningtothecrimesofindividuals,whichasappliedtothecrimesofallmengenerallyledourancestorssofarastrayinthedistributionoftheirpunishments.Nothingcouldhavebeenmoreplausiblethantheirreasoning:‘Thepunishmentinvoguedoesnotdiminishthecrime,thereforeincreasethepunishment.’Butnothingcouldhave[92]beenlesssatisfactorythantheresult,forwiththeincreaseofpunishmentthatofcrimewenthandinhand.Thesamereasoningisequallyplausibleinthecaseofindividuals,withthesameperplexingquestionresultingintheend:‘Howcomesitthat,inspiteofthethreatenedgreaterpunishment,themajorityofcriminalsareyetoldoffenders?’

  • 但法国oX5Jw

    Itdoesnotfollow,becausethelawsdonotpunishintentions,thatthereforeacrimebegunbysomeaction,significativeofthewilltocompleteit,isundeservingofpunishment,althoughitdeserveslessthanacrimeactuallycommitted.Theimportanceofpreventinganattemptatacrimejustifiesapunishment;but,astheremaybeanintervalbetweentheattemptandtheexecution,thereservationofagreaterpunishmentforaconsummatedcrimemaypresentamotiveforitsnon-completion.

     Butundoubtedlypunishment,althoughinitsoriginandpresentintentionvindictive,mustexerciseacertainpreventiveforceagainstcrime,andthispreventiveforcecanscarcelybeestimated,forthatwhichispreventedis,ofcourse,notseen.Buttheefficiencyofpunishmentasadeterrentisproportionedtoitscertainty,andthereisalargeelementofuncertaintythatcanneverbeeliminated.Foreverymalefactortherearetwohopes:first,thathemayescapedetectionorapprehension;secondly,thathemayescapeconviction.Thathishopesofimpunityarenotwithoutreasongreaterthanhisfearsofpunishmentthefollowingfactsattest.

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    CHAPTERIII.THEINFLUENCEOFBECCARIAINENGLAND.

     

  • 草莓果sfUUp

    Yet,supposingitwereprovedto-morrowthatpunishmentfailsentirelyoftheendsimputedtoit;that,forexample,thegreaternumberofcrimesare[80]committedbycriminalswhohavebeenpunishedalready;thatforonechanceofaman’sreformationduringhispunishmentthereareahundredinfavourofhisdeterioration;andthatthedeterrentinfluenceofhispunishmentisaltogetherremovedbyhisowndescriptionsofit;shallwesupposeforamomentthatsocietywouldceasetopunish,onthegroundthatpunishmentattainednoneofitsprofessedends?Woulditsaytothehorse-stealer,‘Keepyourhorse,fornothingwecandotoyoucanmakeyouanybetter,nordeterothersfromtryingtogethorsesinthesameway?’

     

  • 绿卡纸ZJw7V

    Itwouldappearatfirstsightthattherecouldbe[71]littletosayaboutcrimesandpunishments,soobviousandself-evidentseemtherelationsthatexistbetweenthem.Manypeoplestillbelieveinaninnatesenseofjusticeinmankind,sufficientalwaystopreventwideaberrationsfromequity.Isit,theymightask,conceivablethatmenshouldeverlosesightofthedistinctionbetweenthepunishmentofguiltandthepunishmentofinnocence?—thattheyshouldeverpunishoneequallywiththeother?Yetthereisnocountryintheworldwhichinitspastorpresenthistoryhasnotinvolvedtherelationsofacriminalinthepunishmentinflictedonhim;andinsavagecountriesgenerallyitisstillcommontosatisfyjusticewithvengeanceonsomeblood-relationofamalefactorwhoescapesfromthepunishmentduetohiscrime.

     

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