Neutrosophic Hypothesis to validate a modification for Article 630 of the Integral Organic Criminal Code of Ecuador
Keywords:Conditional Suspension of Sentence, single-value neutrosophic set, neutrosophic hypothesis
In Ecuador, the Conditional Suspension of Sentence is considered a special procedure, whose rules regulate legal acts within society, the investigation of certain crimes and the prosecution of those responsible and, on the other hand, allows for the avoidance of the penalties inherent in the custodial sentence. However, the indiscriminate application of this suspension generates conflict of interests since it can violate the right of the victims to compensation. Based on the foregoing, the present investigation aims to propose a modification for Article 630 of the Integral Criminal Code, which establishes that the conditional suspension of the sentence will not proceed when the crime committed involves death. To this purpose, a neutrosophic hypothesis was applied as a statistical tool to validate the criteria of legal professionals in the city of Babahoyo with regard to the justification and the proposed modification. The results obtained allowed to infer a high qualification about the relevance of the proposal.
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