The Main Principles of the Criminal Trial in the New Procedural Regulation and their Importance in Practice

Author:Constantin Tanase
Pages:173-183
SUMMARY

The fundamental principles of the criminal trial, like those specific to a particular phase or institution of the criminal trial, represent the basic "pillars" of the activities performed by the judicial organisms for the acknowledgment of the crimes and the prosecution of the guilty. A fair trial finalized in due time with the respect of the procedural warranties cannot happen outside this... (see full summary)


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