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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Darya Balashova
The Development of the Juvenile Justice in Criminal Proceedings in Russia
Jurisprudence
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
The organization of juvenile justice in criminal procedure in Russia is important topic. Despite the fact that juvenile justice in Russia was created earlier nowadays there is no juvenile justice. In some regions in the Russian Federation several attempts were made to enter the juvenile court and juvenile technology, but it was not successful because of judges’ unpreparedness. In this paper the author comes to the conclusion that the organization of a juvenile justice in criminal proceedings is necessary in Russia and suggests some ways to improve the administration of juvenile justice. It should be noted that the national particularities influence on Russian juvenile justice. Moreover, the court may not always protect the rights of minors. That is why it is important to create the interaction of juvenile courts and the authorities dealing with juveniles.

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