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Individual Status of a Participant in a Criminal Case as an Essential Condition for Complete Criminal Procedure Activity
Abstract.The article is devoted to particular issues related to the gaps in the legal regulation of the procedural status held by criminal procedure participants. The object of the research is the law enforcement activity performed by preliminary investigation authorities and courts to ensure the rights and legal interests of criminal procedure participants. The subject of the research is the combination of constitutional and criminal procedure laws that regulate the order of defining a procedural status of a participant, practical implementation of these laws and theoretically based positions of criminal procedure researchers regarding the issues arising in the process of defining a procedural status. In his research Maksimov applies general and special research methods, in particular, structured system approach, comparison, generalisation and legal logical analysis. As a result of the research, the author of the article defines a number of topical issues that may arise in the process of defining provisions regulating the role of a person in the criminal procedure law. The author concludes that it is unacceptable to replace a particular procedural status of a criminal procedure participant with an optional scope of rights. The author also offers recommendations aimed at improving the criminal procedure laws and law-enforcement practice.
Keywords: preliminary investigation, lawyer, defender, witness, suspect, accused, investigator, criminal trial, adversarial, procedural status
Article was received:23-04-2018
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .