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Expert as a Specific Participant in Criminal Proceedings. Forms of Expert Participation in Criminal Proceedings

Student: Andrey Varavin

Supervisor: Sergey Klokov

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

This paper is an exhaustive review of the current state of legal regulation of the status of an expert as a participant in criminal proceedings. Recently, this topic has been the subject of discussion among scientists, discussed at scientific conferences. However, it is still impossible to say that this issue has a clear legal regulation. In addition, often at conferences and in scientific papers, issues of a more narrow nature are raised that do not cover the complex problems of the topic. Thus, the paper is aimed at covering the fundamental legal aspects related to the regulation of the status of an expert in criminal proceedings. In order to achieve this, the author must identify the specifics of the criminal legal status of the expert, determine the forms of their participation and the place of the expert in the criminal process. The study of the sources of criminal procedure law allows us to identify a problem that includes the ambiguity of the judicial assessment of the expert's activities.

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