The Criminal Law is governed by the ultima ratio principle, which implies that the penalties imposed as a result of a criminal act must be applied as a last resort, limiting as much as possible the repressive nature of criminal justice, specially when there are less harmful ways to correct the situation.
This principle represents an essential guarantee in this branch of law, in which a judicial error or a inefficient criminal defense can cause greater harm, since the rights and freedoms that affect the criminal law are the most fundamental.
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