Įtariamojo teisė būti informuotam: teorinės prielaidos ir įgyvendinimo galimybės.
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The right to be informed is understood as a right of a suspect to be informed in a simple, non-technical language that he can understand, about social and procedural changes of his position in the criminal procedure. The analysis of the scholarly writings entitles to conclude that the right to be informed is the foundation of the right to defense. In general, knowledge of particular facts entitles any participant of the criminal procedure to choose his position or tactics. The function of the defense determines the necessity of the suspect to know about any charges against him and his rights in the criminal procedure. It is only possible to defend oneself if the source of danger is known. The author of the present article seeks to analyze the structure of the right to be informed. The concept of the right to be informed is not studied in this article. The author considers that the right to be informed is understood as a combination of a right to know the essence of the suspicion, the right to know the grounds and motives of arrest and of the right to maintain a relationship with the outside world.[...].
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