Criminal Proceedings and Offenders Punished for Self-Made Justice 2005-2015

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Open Data Albania is investigating into the volume, trend and dynamics of judicial proceedings against self-made judgement (Article 277 of the Criminal Code). An analysis is made of the period 2005-2015. Self-made judgement refers to exercising a right, which someone enjoys or claims to enjoy arbitrarily, without addressing any relevant institutions for intervention.

The article reflects lack of people in the institutions or the lack of culture of solving problems in an institutional manner. Self-made justice qualifies as a criminal contravention and is punishable by a fine or up to three months of imprisonment. According to the Annual Statistics of the Ministry of Justice, there were 624 court cases against self-made justice during 2005-2015, with 2015 marking the highest number (116). The court sentenced 693 people for self-made justice during the last decade.



Source: Annual Statistics of MoJ
Comments and analysis: ODA

Offenders punished for Self-Made Justice according to Article 277 of the Criminal Code during 2005-2015



Source: Annual Statistics of MoJ
Comments and analysis: ODA



Source: Annual Statistics of MoJ
Comments and analysis: ODA

About seven per cent of the offenders were women. During 2005-2015, the court sentenced 50 women and 643 men offenders for self-made justice.




Source: Annual Statistics of MoJ
Comments and analysis: ODA

Offenders punished for Self-Made Justice by gender 2005-2015



Source: Annual Statistics of MoJ
Comments and analysis: ODA

During these years, the Albanian courts imposed 500 fines for the criminal offence of self-made justice, and imprisoned 166 offenders.



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    Contributer: Kejsi Kosta
    Translated by: Etleva Kondakciu
    Edited by: ODA