Právnická osoba ako poškodený subjekt v trestnom konaní a jej súhlas poškodeného
A legal person as an injured party in criminal proceedings and its consent of the injured party
The author focuses on the question of whether a legal person as an injured party in criminal proceedings may have the consent of the injured party in accordance with Section 211 of the Criminal Procedure Code, or under what conditions and circumstances mentioned it comes into consideration. Although the search for a relevant answer to this issue is particularly important in cases where criminal proceedings are brought against a natural person, the author asks question whether the provision of the Criminal Procedure Code in question is also applicable in the case of criminal liability of legal persons, with emphasis on cases where the legal person would be in the position of the accused and injured person. The author pays attention to this elaboration not only with regard to recent starting points of the theory of criminal law, but primarily with regard to decision-making activities of general courts and the Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic. An interesting line of the issue is then a comparative view of the approaches to the established research question in the conditions of the Czech Republic.