Providing Compensation for the Detriment Caused By Crime When Referring Criminal Cases to Court in the Russian Criminal Proceedings
Keywords:Investigator, Victim, Detriment caused by a crime, Criminal Complaint
Objective: The objective of the research is to consider topical issues related to the content of the final procedural documents (indictments) for the presence in them of full information about the persons who have become victims of criminal acts, as well as the nature and amount of detriment caused to them.
Method: Authors used special legal methods: analysis, synthesis and sociological methods: questioning, conversation and interviewing. The application of methods of analysis and synthesis real information was obtained regarding the effectiveness of the activities of the investigator and the interrogator in ensuring compensation for detriment caused by crime when making a procedural decision to send a criminal case to court.
Results: The authors substantiate the position on the need to obligatorily serve the victim and their representative with an indictment in order to provide the latter with all the necessary information to substantiate claims for compensation for detriment caused by crime in the course of further consideration of the criminal case on the merits at the hearing.
Conclusions: The victim and his representative must receive copies of the indictment in order to have all the necessary information, including those directly related to the issues of compensation for harm caused by the crime, in order to participate in the court session
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