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PROSPECTS FOR THE USE OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL MEANS DURING THE PRE-TRIAL INVESTIGATION IN THE CONTEXT OF TECHNICALIZATION AND DIGITALIZATION OF SOCIETY

Anastasiia Korchahina
2020 Polonia University Scientific Journal  
The article examines various aspects of the application of special knowledge and scientific and technical means in criminal proceedings, including at the stage of pre-trial investigation.  ...  The development of science and technology creates significant conditions and opportunities to ensure the completeness, comprehensiveness and objectivity of pre-trial and judicial investigation in specific  ...  Abuse of the right of access to such information must be ruled out, as well as all procedural and factual measures to ensure the confidentiality of information of the victim, suspect, accused, convicted  ... 
doi:10.23856/4027 fatcat:djb3ex22m5g5vhn4wv45spnz3u

Criminal Procedure and Forensic Aspects of Mutual Legal Assistance between States in Criminal Matters: Experience of Ukraine and the Republic of Azerbaijan

Asgarova Matanat Pasha
2022 Cuestiones políticas  
in the fight against crimes of an international character, and offers alternatives to address them.  ...  This article, through the description of real experiences, reveals some of the obstacles that arise when applying the international, national, and domestic laws of the Republic of Azerbaijan and Ukraine  ...  1966, the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms of 1950 are important for Ukraine and Azerbaijan Republic in studying the criminal procedural and forensic aspects  ... 
doi:10.46398/cuestpol.4072.35 fatcat:ejpve5ijfvcjnbclmucn4geb6q

Criminal procedural and forensic issues in the context of legal regulation of legal assistance in criminal matters

Asgarova Matanat Pasha, Aliyev Bakhtiyar Abdurakhman oglu, Ahmetzade Nazreddin Murad oglu
2021 Laplage em Revista  
The impact of forensic provision of legal assistance in criminal cases in terms of reliability and persuasiveness of evidence is evaluated.  ...  The article deals with the criminal procedure and criminalistics aspects of mutual legal assistance in criminal matters in the context of the legal regulation of the provision of such assistance by States  ...  their officials executing the requests; and the list of the rights and duties of the bodies and their officials carrying out criminal proceedings.  ... 
doi:10.24115/s2446-6220202173c1655p.512-522 fatcat:upspvdkydvbnhkk7u5ln5wjep4

International Standards Of Criminal Proceeding (Ukrainian Case)

Chronous Yuliia
2018 Zenodo  
One of the key problems of law enforcement in the area of criminal justice in Ukraine is compliance of legal regulation and criminal proceeding practice with international standards.  ...  human rights and freedoms; international agreements on international crime combating; international agreements on foreign legal assistance provision and other formats of international cooperation in the  ...  Multilateral international agreements regulating human rights and freedoms: the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) The abovementioned sources define that in the course of criminal proceeding  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1405245 fatcat:bnq5ejsvdbeh5dwgqp6dq7aahy

Protection of Human Rights in the Criminal Procedure Legislation of the Republic Of Uzbekistan and Improved Reforms Taking Into Account Foreign Experience

Botirjon Khayitbayevich Ruzmetov
2021 Psychology (Savannah, Ga.)  
criminal law in the country and improving the situation with the protection of human rights in the investigation of criminal cases.  ...  enshrines the right to defense by involving a lawyer in the case from the moment a person is detained on suspicion of committing a crime, as well as the principle of equality of arms in criminal proceedings  ...  RESULTS As a result of the study of the process of liberalization of criminal procedural and forensic aspects of the procedure for the production of investigative actions, bystudying the theoretical and  ... 
doi:10.17762/pae.v58i1.860 fatcat:tj6jofk3b5fuziv5c7ummp3hqq

Genetic witness: forensic uses of DNA tests

1991 ChoiceReviews  
Although forensic applications of DNA analysis involve technologies familiar in biological research laboratories and clinical practice, their transfer to forensic laboratories and the courts has just begun  ...  In gathering information for this study, OTA staff visited public and private laboratories in seven States and the District of Columbia.  ...  Uses of DNA testing in criminal investigations and proceedings were reported in 45 States and the District of Columbia.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.28-3884 fatcat:7ojje6yngbdsbmu2zfylwy3fcy

OUP accepted manuscript

2018 Journal of International Criminal Justice  
This similarity may be indicative of the soundness of the ILC's approach in construing a framework that may contribute to the improvement of interstate cooperation in the suppression of crimes against  ...  A comparison with the parallel provisions in the Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) reveals that the ILC's provisions do not deviate much from the system as adopted by the ICC.  ...  General Aspects Mutual legal assistance in criminal matters is a vital aspect of criminal law enforcement in respect of international and transnational crimes, as evidence, witnesses, judicial records  ... 
doi:10.1093/jicj/mqy037 fatcat:mndyqsz6c5h6no76ddez5b5y2q

Navigating the Legal Horizon: Lawyering the MH17 Disaster

Marieke de Hoon
2017 Utrecht Journal of International and European Law  
of public international law and the European Convention on Human Rights.  ...  In particular, it discusses the core legal questions of the criminal accountability of the perpetrators and the State responsibility of those States involved -Ukraine and Russia-through the legal doctrines  ...  The author, moreover, had several conversations with victims' relatives, politicians, and other close followers of the MH17 developments during the course of this research.  ... 
doi:10.5334/ujiel.368 fatcat:frctlpi3nbcyvhqqcqgnsyje3a

Digital Evidence In Appeals Of Criminal Cases Before The U.S. Courts Of Appeal: A Review Of Decisions And Examination Of The Legal Landscape From 2016 – 2020

Martin Novak
2022 Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law  
This study is a follow-up to Digital Evidence in Criminal Cases before the U.S. Courts of Appeal: Trends and Issues for Consideration -2010 to 2015.  ...  The purpose of this research was to determine if the legal landscape has changed since 2015; examine the most relevant legal issues related to digital evidence; and analyze how precedential cases may have  ...  In 2018, digital evidence from a pacemaker helped detectives charge a suspect accused of committing arson by setting his own dwelling ablaze 112 .  ... 
doi:10.15394/jdfsl.2022.1734 fatcat:zw43jqqzonewpldnhmp7hqz3tm

Detection and proof of cybercrime

Mykola Pohoretskyi, Andrii Cherniak, Diana Serhieieva, Roman Chernysh, Zoriana Toporetska
2022 Revista Amazonía investiga  
At the same time, international order is undermined and sustainable interstate relations are violated.  ...  In accordance with foregoing the issue of law approximation and the procedure of identification and recording of the mentioned illegal activity is essential to eradicate cybercrime.  ...  At the same time, international order is undermined and sustainable interstate relations are violated.  ... 
doi:10.34069/ai/2022.53.05.26 fatcat:3gdsgvbrind3fh2g4psp4bm2mq

The evolution of criminal interrogation rules in China

Wei Wu, Tom Vander Beken
2012 International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice  
But, traditional native resources are also available to legal reformers to ensure better protection of the rights of the suspect subject to police interrogation, and to eliminate police-coerced confessions  ...  A fuller understanding of the evolution of rules is doubtless relevant to the present day's controversy in China's legal reforms surrounding the right to remain silent during interrogation and the privilege  ...  between the interrogator and the suspect in the crime investigation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijlcj.2011.09.007 fatcat:iuy3tsd2engjfpzuafv4e63bvq

Guest Editorial eucrim 3/2020

Alexandra Jour-Schröder
2021 eucrim – The European Criminal Law Associations Forum  
e.g., the exclusion of parallel investigations, the rights of suspects and victims to intervene in the proceedings judicial review of the relevant decisions, etc.  ...  The Annex refers to suspected or accused persons in criminal proceedings of the EPPO as well as to convicted persons following EPPO criminal proceedings and to their contacts or associates.  ...  Imprint The publication is co-financed by the European Commission, European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF), Brussels Impressum MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF CRIME, SECURITY AND LAW  ... 
doi:10.30709/eucrim-2020-015 fatcat:l6wm5lx6rzfnpjrk5lm4smnwpm

War crimes trials before international tribunals [chapter]

Dominic McGoldrick
2018 Domestic and international trials, 1700–2000  
14 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1966). 95 The accused must be present and may be questioned only as a witness in his own defence.  ...  interstate sovereignty focus. 53 None of this is to gainsay that human rights violations remain extensive in practice.  ... 
doi:10.7765/9781526137326.00013 fatcat:23ra6s2yenba3iteoprdivqq2a

Admission of Guilt as a Basis for Concluding Procedural Agreements Using the BRICS Countries as an Example: A Comparative Legal Interpretation

D. Moskovskikh
2022 BRICS Law Journal  
The main focus of this article is to examine in greater depth the content of the admission of guilt, the issue of agreements with an investigation, and the criteria for the admissibility of confessions  ...  The topic of guilty pleas in domestic criminal proceedings is not new for researchers and law enforcement officers.  ...  suspects (accused).  ... 
doi:10.21684/2412-2343-2022-9-3-53-83 fatcat:syasqc3s65d7fb4mewiya2h3jm

Sham of the Moral Court? Testimony Sold as the Spoils of War

Mark Findlay, Sylvia Ngane
2012 Global Journal of Comparative Law  
In addition, we question, while contempt is a useful to control perjury, whether the confusion of witnesses in international courts about what they are meant to say and why, mitigates an absolutist approach  ...  The nexus between witness testimony, truth, the morality of judicial determinations, and the legitimacy this affords is explored in what follows.  ...  So where is the truth in putting the record straight and how can the threat of contempt for untruth better ensure the right story to emerge?  ... 
doi:10.1163/2211906x-00101003 fatcat:bkxhfh47nnhulouunubonaeoda
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