The author brings to the reader’s attention data on the study of archaeological about the oldest prison in our country, the prison of The seat of Mures, dating from the sixteenth century, whose foundations have been preserved until today.
Further more is the evolution of penalties imposed to criminals (offenders) between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries, the evolution of the institution of executioner (hohernalb) and the effects of the oldest pardon decree, from The seat of Mures, issued by Emperor Joseph II in 1790.
The author analyzes the concept of agent provocateur and the issues related to this concept, which stood both in the Romanian literature and practice, as well as the foreign one.
The author makes an ample analysis of both the precautionary measures and also of its criminal consequences, with its many implications for legal practice.
Although the paper should address only the precautionary measures in relation to the offense of money laundering, the author greatly enhances the explanations, bringing valuable discussion and comparative law arguments, besides the most pertinent reflections, the suggestions of lege ferenda aimed at the improving the legal framework of the institution.