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Monarchie administrative et justice criminelle en France au XVIIIe siècle : les "états des crimes dignes de mort ou de peines afflictives" (1733-1790)

Abstract : On October 9, 1733, a circular from Chancellor Henri-Francois d'Aguesseau is sent to the whole of the intendants and attorneys general of the kingdom. This is the beginning of the « états des crimes dignes de mort ou de peines affictives », a survey carried out for nearly seventy years and which aims to control the activity of the officers of justice. Its realization and exploitation inform us about the work of the administrative monarchy, be it governmental bodies such as the Chancery or the provincial administration (intendants and subdelegates). It also informs us about the relations between the various actors (officers of justice and administrators) that intervene during its realization. Finally, by investigating serious crimes, this survey questions us about grasping and defining crime in the eighteenth century while offering us a global view of criminalty in France.
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Émilie Leromain. Monarchie administrative et justice criminelle en France au XVIIIe siècle : les "états des crimes dignes de mort ou de peines afflictives" (1733-1790). Histoire. Université de Strasbourg, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017STRAG013⟩. ⟨tel-02918188⟩

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