Particularities of Application of Some New Institutions of the Criminal Procedure Legislation in Ukraine

Tatarov, O.
December 2013
Law of Ukraine / Pravo Ukrainy;2013, Issue 11, p63
Academic Journal
The activity of bodies within criminal justice in the implementation of the new Criminal Procedure Code of Ukraine is analyzed in the article. The author covers positive trends and put emphasis on those issues in law enforcement practice, which require legislative solution. The author provides specific examples of the work of law enforcement agencies on problems in implementation of the new provisions of the criminal procedure legislation of Ukraine and suggests possible ways of their settlement.


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