CONCEPT OF JUDICIAL REFORM OF 1991 AND MODERN CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION: ACHIEVEMENTS AND PROBLEMS


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Abstract

The article discusses the features of the Concept of Judicial

Reform of 1991, its compliance with the Criminal Procedure

Code of the Russian Federation, progress and challenges in the

process of applying the Concept.

About the authors

N. V. Lantukh

St. Petersburg University of the Russian Interior Ministry

Author for correspondence.
Email: morenovsv@ssau.ru

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