Comparative analysis of the legislative standards of examination
by the Criminal Procedure Code of Ukraine and the Russian
Associate professor Andrii KUNTII1
Associate professor Roman BLAHUTA2
Associate professor Oleksii AVRAMENKO3
The scientific article is devoted to the investigation of the examination of a person
as a form of investiga tive actions, which is provided in Russian and Ukrainian legislations.
The subject of the study is the criminal procedural legal relations between the participants
of examination based on the norms of the Criminal Procedure Code (CPC) of Ukraine and
the Criminal Procedure Code (CPC) of Russian Federation (RF). Objectives of the study -
the an alysis of the existing legislative norms in the criminal procedural codes of RF and
Ukraine, as well as, on their basis, the d evelopment of new and improving of ex isting
procedural, organizational and tactical measures used in the examination of a person
aiming to improve its quality and effectiveness are the subject of the examination . The
methodology of the article consists of comparative, formal-logical, statistical and
sociological methods. The shortcomings and gaps in its legislative implementation are
noted and ways of their solution are presented. The author's approach to conducting
examination of a person is proposed with the aim of improving the regulatory and legal
regulation of the conducting the examination in the CPC of Ukraine.
Keywords: procedural actions; examination of a person; distinguishing
characteristics; traces of crime; witnesses; compulsion; protocol.
JEL Classification: K14, K30, K41
In most democratic countries of the world the level of protection of the
rights, freedoms and legitimate interests of citizens is measured by their normative
security and criminal law protection, which becomes of particular importance in
the investigation of the facts of encroachment on the life, health or property of
1 Andrii Kuntii - associate professor of the Department of criminal proceedings and criminology,
Faculty №1 of the Institute of training specialists for subdivisions of the National Police of
2 Roman Blahuta – rector of Lviv State University of Internal Affairs, Lviv, Ukraine,
3 Oleksii Avramenko - dean of the Faculty №1 of the Institute of training specialists for subdivisions
of the National Police of Ukraine, email@example.com.