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dc.contributor.authorAncelis, Petras
dc.date.accessioned2017-11-22T11:36:28Z
dc.date.available2017-11-22T11:36:28Z
dc.identifier.issn2029–1701
dc.identifier.urihttps://repository.mruni.eu/handle/007/14920
dc.description.abstractMay 1, 2013 earmarks a 10 year period since the adoption of major Acts of the Republic of Lithuania regulating criminal prosecution, namely Act No. VIII-1968 or the Criminal Code adopted on September 26, 2000, Act No. IX-785 or the Code of Criminal Procedure and Act No. IX-994 or the Code of the Enforcement of Sentences adopted on June 27, 20021. The present article deals with the major elements of and distinctions between pre-trial procedures regulated by the old and modern Criminal Codes of the Republic of Lithuania. Other legal Acts, particularly recommendations approved by Prosecutor General's ordinances, are also analyzed. Additionally, the article addresses amendments and modifications to the Code of Criminal Procedure made before mid-October 2013. The survey reveals that during the last decade, 37 amendments and modifications have been made to over 360 articles of the Code of Criminal Procedure. The article specifically focuses on the purpose and models of the pre-trial investigation and legal statuses, interaction and results of actual performance of the subjects involved into the process. The summary of the ten year changes in the regulation of the pre-trial procedures comes up with the assumption that apart from some positive shifts in the regulation of the criminal procedure, essential changes validating pre-trial investigator's greater autonomy and lesser dependence on the prosecution office and a more consistent model of the prosecutor's role mostly preconditioning the poor results of the criminal prosecution are still to be adopted. The article specifies essential problems to be addressed in the procedural regulation of the pre-trial stage: a clear determination of the procedural roles of the subjects involved into criminal proceedings (in particular, the roles of the investigator, chief investigator, pre-trial investigator and the prosecutor), relevant and optimal correlations of the roles and improvement of the legal status of the aggrieved party.en
dc.language.isoenen
dc.publisherKaunas: Mykolo Romerio universiteto Viešojo saugumo fakultetas, 2013en
dc.rightsinfo:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
dc.title10 years since the adoption of the code of criminal procedure of the Republic of Lithuania: theoretical and practical problems in the pre-trial stageen
dc.title.alternativeLietuvos Respublikos Baudžiamojo proceso kodekso dešimtmetis: ikiteisminio etapo teorinės ir praktinės problemosen
dc.typeArticleen
dc.description.abstract-ltAutorius nurodo spręstinus svarbiausius ikiteisminio etapo procesinio reglamentavimo uždavinius: baudžiamojo proceso subjektų procesinių funkcijų išgryninimą (ypač tyrėjo, jo vadovo, prokuroro, ikiteisminio tyrimo teisėjo) ir atsakingą bei optimalų atliekamų funkcijų sąsajumą ir nukentėjusiojo asmens teisinės padėties tobulinimą.en
dc.editorial.boardYraen
dc.identifier.alephelaba:3206988en
dc.publication.sourceVisuomenės saugumas ir viešoji tvarka (10). ISSN 2029-1701, 2013, T. 10en
dc.subject.facultyViešojo saugumo fakultetasen
dc.subject.keywordCriminal Procedureen
dc.subject.keywordModels of pre-trial investigationen
dc.subject.keywordInteraction of officesen
dc.subject.keywordBaudžiamasis procesasen
dc.subject.keywordIkiteisminio tyrimo modeliaien
dc.subject.keywordPareigūnų sąveikaen
dc.subject.publicationtypeS4en
dc.subject.sciencedirection01S - Teisėen


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