Features of the court of supervisory instance

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Final qualifying work (Bachelor's): Features of the court of supervisory instance
in criminal proceedings.
Discipline: Criminal Procedural Law (SCP)
Author's work. It was written and defended in 2010 at the "excellent".
It contains two theoretical chapters 1 and containing the problems relating to the study. It contains proposals on the issues identified. Attached are the slides with the materials of judicial statistics furnished in the form of diagrams. Also attached is a "report" and the presentation of Power Point.

Table of contents

Introduction .4

Chapter 1. Genesis of the Russian legislation to revise the sentences in the order of supervision and international experience .8
1.1. History and development of legislation to revise the sentences entered into force .8
1.2. Supervisory review and the generally recognized principles and norms of international law .16

Chapter 2. The essence of supervisory review in the Russian criminal trial .23
2.1. The essence and purpose of the oversight of the criminal procedure law .23
2.2. The system of production phases in the supervisory authorities .31

Chapter 3. Problems arising in the course of criminal proceedings by a court of supervisory instance ..36
3.1. The procedure for appeal against court decisions, entered into force ... 37
3.2. Subjects supervisory appeal ...... .......... .................................... 48

Conclusion 52
List of sources used 55
Applications 63

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