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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Dmitriy Stekolnikov
Dispensation of Justice and Prosecution: the Balance of Procedural Functions in Adversarial Proceedings
2019
The master's thesis is devoted to the system analysis of the institutions of criminal procedure legislation in order to identify the powers of the court and the bodies of preliminary investigation, contrary to the adversarial principles of legal proceedings in accordance with the Constitution of the Russian Federation and international standards. The article presents a critical analysis of the current legal regulation of judicial control in the pre-trial stages of the criminal process. Proposals have been made to improve the criminal procedure legislation in terms of the implementation of the powers of the court to return the criminal case to the Prosecutor, as well as in connection with the adoption by the state Prosecutor of the decision to waive the charge or change the charge. It is concluded that the foundations of adversarial proceedings are not fully implemented in the criminal procedure legislation of the Russian Federation.

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