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Problematic Issues of Providing New Evidence in a Criminal Case at the Stage of Appeal Proceedings

Student: Zoya Mironova

Supervisor: Sergey Klokov

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

This paper analyzes the problem of introducing new evidence at the stage of appeal proceedings in a criminal case, examines the features of appeal proceedings in a criminal case, the subject and limits of the appeal check, presents the features of collecting and evaluating evidence, provides examples from judicial practice illustrating different cases when the need for a full collecting and evaluating evidence, and when not, also suggested possible ways of introducing new evidence. Keywords: appeal, introduction of evidence, introduction of new evidence on the stage of appeal proceedings, appeal proceedings in criminal cases.

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