By Stig Strömholm (auth.), Stig Strömholm (eds.)
TO SWEDISH legislations quantity I AN creation TO SWEDISH legislations quantity I EDITED through STIG STROMHOLM SPRINGER SCIENCE+BUSINESS MEDIA, LLC ISBN 978-94-017-4349-5 ISBN 978-94-017-4347-1 (eBook) DOI 10. 1007/978-94-017-4347-1 ©Springer Science+Business Media big apple 1981 initially released via Kluwer Deventer, The Netherlands in 1981 Softcoverreprint ofthe hardcover 1st version 1981 All rights reserved. No half ofthis e-book can be reproduced, kept in a retrieval process, or Iransmitted in any shape in any respect, digital, mechanical, photocopy ing, recording or differently, with no the earlier written permission ofthe writer. EDITOR'S PREFACE the aim of this booklet is to supply a reasonably huge survey of the Swedish criminal procedure. which will keep away from attainable unhappiness, it should appear vital to clarify from the outset what sort of questions the authors suggest to reply to and what teams of readers they're addressing. the best way to do that is to set out what we're not purporting to do. hence, the booklet isn't meant to function a primer for college kids who own no wisdom of "the law", i. e. of the innovations, principles and strategies of not less than one felony approach. neither is it the aim of the authors to offer practitioners the type of particular, techni cal solutions to remoted questions that they want whilst advising their consumers at the right plan of action in company, or litigation, con ducted in the framework of the criminal process described.
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In this context, it may be appropriate to stress that a strong clement of nationalism made itself felt in Sweden from the early 17th century onwards and produced a reaction against foreign trends. In fact the professorship of Swedish law established at Uppsala in 1620 would seem to be the first chair of national law in Europe. France followed suit towards the end of the century, whereas most countries considered Roman or Canon law to be the only legal subject worthy of academic teaching well up to the end of the 18th century and even well into the 19th century.
In the discussions about the Swedish Constitution, a problem of essential importance has arisen in connection with the question of the function of the Constitution, namely, its range or, in other words, its content and scope. What should a Constitution contain? What should be subject to regulation by the Constitution? Should the written Constitution specify more than the conditions and the forms for political work? Should it also deal with the content of policy? Should it be limited to being a kind of grammar for the state and the state agencies?
As regards freedom of speech and access to information, the Constitution states specifically that a restriction may be imposed with regard to the security of the state, the nation's food supply, public order and safety, the reputation of an individual, the sanctity of private life, or the prevention and the prosecution of crime. Moreover, freedom of expression in industry and trade may be restricted. Otherwise, restrictions on freedom of expression and access to information may be imposed only if there are "particularly important reasons" (RF 2: 13) justifying such restrictions.
An Introduction to Swedish Law: Volume 1 by Stig Strömholm (auth.), Stig Strömholm (eds.)