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Problematic Issues of Using Special Knowledge in Proving Criminal Cases

Student: Margarita Lebedeva

Supervisor: Sergey Klokov

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

This paper discusses problematic issues related to the use of special knowledge in the process of proving criminal cases. The purpose of the work was a comprehensive analysis of the problems of using special knowledge in proving criminal cases. The relevance of the topic of the work is based on the fact that until now a unified approach to the concept and system of special knowledge has not been developed. Also variability and exclusivity of speicial knowledge are increasing, which in practice gives rise to a number of difficulties associated with the fact that the powerful subjects of criminal proceedings are directly dependent on special knowledge that they themselves do not possess, but must be able to analyze it. The first chapter analyzes the concept, system and historical development of the concept of special knowledge. The second chapter examines the problems of using special knowledge at different stages of the preliminary investigation. The third chapter analyzes the features of the use of special knowledge at the judicial stages of criminal proceedings. The conclusion summarizes the existing problematic issues in the use of special knowledge in proving criminal cases, and also identifies issues that require further research.

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