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The Genesis and Evolution of the Tendency of Savings in Criminal Procedure in Russian Law

Student: Aleksandr Denisov

Supervisor: Sergey Klokov

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The principle of economy of criminal procedure means may found in legal systems of any state. The implementing this principle saves time and effort for both law enforcement agencies and the judicial system. Unfortunately, this economy creates significant costs in law enforcement practice. The purpose of this study is to trace the entire tendency of economy of criminal procedure means, as well as its impact on law enforcement practice. For this purpose, the historical context (the criminal procedure law of the Russian Empire and the RSFSR), the modern Criminal procedure code of the Russian Federation, as well as judicial practice will be studied. Based on this analysis, appropriate conclusions will be drawn and possible solutions to the existing problems will be proposed.

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