The Supreme Court Judgement relates to a case, in which the defendant had been indicted on unlawful practice and aggravated fraud counts, for having allegedly provided psychological advice to a number of persons without being licensed. In the Prosecutor's reconstruction, fraud allegations would be aggravated by the fact that the defendants profited of the weak psychological condition of his "patients" to defraud them. The comment provides insight into the meaning, the rationale and the scope of application of this aggravating factor with a particular focus on health professions.

Venturato, B., Nota a Cass. pen., sez. II, n. 13933, 7 gennaio 2015, <<RIVISTA ITALIANA DI MEDICINA LEGALE>>, 2015; 2015 (3): 1215-1221 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/78034]

Nota a Cass. pen., sez. II, n. 13933, 7 gennaio 2015

Venturato, Benedetta
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2015

Abstract

The Supreme Court Judgement relates to a case, in which the defendant had been indicted on unlawful practice and aggravated fraud counts, for having allegedly provided psychological advice to a number of persons without being licensed. In the Prosecutor's reconstruction, fraud allegations would be aggravated by the fact that the defendants profited of the weak psychological condition of his "patients" to defraud them. The comment provides insight into the meaning, the rationale and the scope of application of this aggravating factor with a particular focus on health professions.
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Venturato, B., Nota a Cass. pen., sez. II, n. 13933, 7 gennaio 2015, <<RIVISTA ITALIANA DI MEDICINA LEGALE>>, 2015; 2015 (3): 1215-1221 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/78034]
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