Tulio Chiossone

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Tulio Chiossone (1905–2001) was a Venezuelan historian, writer, jurist and criminal lawyer, humanist, scholar, judge, legislator, politician, scholar and writer.

Works published[edit]

  • Annotations to the first book of the Penal Code, Printer, Mérida, 1930.
  • Annotations to the Venezuelan Penal Code, Volume I, Editorial South America, Caracas, 1932.
  • Child offenders. Typography Pencil, Mérida, 1935.
  • Venezuelan prison reform, Graphic Arts, Caracas, 1936.
  • The organization of prisons in Venezuela, Typographic Arts Cooperative, Caracas, 1936.
  • Annotations to the Venezuelan Penal Code, Volumes I and II. Editorial Graphic Arts, Caracas, 1938.
  • Venezuelan Social Issues, American Typography, Caracas, 1949.
  • The term 'mental illness' in Venezuelan criminal law. American Typography, Caracas, 1952.
  • What transgresional in legal dynamics, Editorial El Cojo. Caracas, 1954.
  • Apuntaciones of prison law. Typography CTP San Juan de los Morros, 1954.
  • Social problems in the formation of the Venezuelan State, American Graphic, Caracas, 1964.
  • Criminal Procedure Manual (1st edition). Central University of Venezuela (UCV), Caracas, 1967.
  • General principles for a theory of transgression, UCV, Caracas, 1968.
  • Juvenile Behavior Disorders, UCV, Caracas, 1968.
  • Legal limits of imprisonment, UCV, Caracas, 1969.
  • Proposed reform of the code of criminal procedure, UCV, Caracas, 1972.
  • Criminal Procedure Manual. UCV, Caracas, 1972.
  • Venezuelan Criminal Law Handbook (1st edition). UCV, Caracas, 1972.
  • Medical confidentiality, UCV. Caracas, 1974.
  • The law and transgression, UCV, Caracas, 1975.
  • Theory of the offense, UCV, Caracas, 1976.
  • Contribution to the reform of criminal law Venezuela, UCV, Caracas, 1976.
  • And criminal procedural issues, UCV, Caracas, 1977.
  • Manual Venezuelan criminal procedural law. 3rd ed., UCV, Caracas, 1981.
  • Crimes against nature and the environment, UCV, Caracas, 1982.
  • Toponímico Dictionary of Venezuela. Monte Avila Editores, Caracas, 1992.
  • Tachira State History, Authors and Topics Tachira, Caracas, 1982.
  • Providing the Venezuelan indigenous languages into Castilian, National Academy of History, Caracas, 1993.