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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Svetlana Budaeva
Violation of the Secrecy of the Deliberation Room as the Basis for the Abolition of the Judicial Act in the Conditions of Modern Society
Jurisprudence
(Bachelor’s programme)
9
2019
This research is devoted to the analysis of the feasibility of preserving the institution of the secrecy of the deliberation room in the framework of modern society. The work provides a definition of the secrecy of the deliberation room, considered actions by participants in the process and third parties who violate or do not violate the secrecy of the meeting of judges. In addition, this research presents the goals and principles that the secrecy of the deliberation room serves. The work contains consideration of doctrinal concepts related to the opinions of legal scholars about the feasibility of preserving this institution within the framework of modern society. Besides, the research maintains an analysis of legislative regulation and practical resolution of court cases related to violation of the secrecy of the deliberation room.

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