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Ivan Balabanov
Hearsay in Russian Law
2018
This work deals with the hearsay issues, which call for or against the admissibility of testimonials, documents, expertises, materials. Russia treats this problem reluctant, what gives rise to a serious attention of interstate jurisdictional body for protection of human rights (ECHR). The analysis, made in the USA and the UK, for constituting the hearsay problem as eligible to either criminal or civil cases, shows that the criteria for hearsay admissibility helps to provide the fair trial, so does ECHR allocate.

This work remarks a tendency in civil procedure of the UK as to admit the hearsay with no primary test. That bothers with a civil service as a non-jury court competency. Nevertheless, rules against hearsay may be a silver lining in a numerous rise of cases try by jury in criminal procedure of Russia.

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