Baudžiamojo persekiojimo raida atkūrus Lietuvos nepriklausomybę prieš patvirtinant teisinės sistemos reformos metmenų naują redakciją.
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The following report presents the analysis of legal/ juridical as well as factual (real) situation in implementing criminal prosecution within the territory of the Republic of Lithuania after the restoration of independence until the ratification of the Draft of the Legislative Framework Reform / Draft of the Legal System Reform (new edition) in June, 1998. The shift of preliminary investigation of criminal procedure, the institutions involved and exercising the inquiry, and the means by which the criminal prosecution was organized and implemented are the issues to be presented in the article as well. Due to considerably increased workload, low wages and vague future perspectives the major part of investigators and awkward squad officials with higher education and proficient experience chose a more „stabilised“ work. Thus, they started working as public procurators, lawyers, and barristers or applied their experience in the private sector. These people were replaced by personnel with little experience in criminal prosecution and lower education diploma or even by specialists from other fields. Generally such people only got basic training of interrogation process studies in short courses or were trained in the very workplace. On a basis of subdivisions of inquiry, subdivisions of investigation were established. The officials of the subdivisions of investigation were basically involved in commencing and continuing the investigation process until the real suspect was found...
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