THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE IDEA OF DIF-FERENTIATED CONDENSED FORM IN THE RUSSIAN CRIMINAL TRIAL

Viktoriya Dyakonova

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The problem of the development of high-quality procedural form, above all, involves the scientific validity of the legal order of the criminal proceedings. In order to resolve it is supposed to establish the admissibility criteria (permissible) and the effectiveness of the criminal procedural methods of regulation, that is, the requirements to be met by the criminal-procedural form. It was important and remains the study of the problem of unity of relation and differentiation of criminal procedural form. Understanding scientific and practical significance of the study of this problem is currently solving this problem the best way through the achievement of the challenges facing the criminal proceedings, there was an increased interest in the issue of the existence along with a single form of simplified forms of proceedings for certain categories of crimes. Determination of criteria of "evidence" is relevant for the decision on the application of a special order of the trial.

Keywords:

differential criminal procedural form, simplified forms of criminal proceedings, "simple" category "clear cases", "cases of obvious crimes", the controversy about the appropriateness of differentiation criteria and signs of "evidence" of crimes, grounds for applying the reduced form of criminal Affairs.

 


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