Principles for pre-trial investigation planning under simplified procedure

Keywords: organization of work, planning, pre-trial investigation, criminal offenses, inquiries, investigation by simplified procedure, administrative law.

Abstract

The purpose of the article is to study the organizational and legal framework for the functioning of the institution of pre-trial investigation planning under simplified procedure. The subject of the study is the planning of a pre-trial investigation under simplified procedure. Methodology. General scientific and special scientific methods were used in the course of the research: formal and logical; description; historical and legal; comparative and legal; dogmatic. Results of the research. The concept, essence, as well as the basic scientific doctrines concerning functioning of institution of planning are investigated; the content of the legal support for pre-trial investigation under simplified procedure is clarified. Practical meaning. The content and essence of the relevant process in the context of pre-trial investigation under simplified procedure are outlined; the main elements of legal support for the functioning of this institution are allocated; the author’s view on the positive and negative features of pre-trial investigation planning as the management tool is provided. Value / originality. The further steps to optimize the functioning of the institution of planning for pre-trial investigation of criminal offenses are proposed.

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Author Biographies

Oleksandr Kobzar, Kyiv Institute of the National Guard of Ukraine, Ukraine.

Doctor of Law, Professor, Head of the Department of Law Enforcement of the National Guard of Ukraine, Kyiv Institute of the National Guard of Ukraine, Ukraine.

Maksym Romanov, Scientific Institute of Public Law, Ukraine.

Senior Research Fellow of Public Law Research Department of the Scientific Institute of Public Law, Ukraine.

Serhii Benkovskyi, Kyiv Institute of the National Guard of Ukraine, Ukraine.

PhD in Law, Head of the Department of State Law Disciplines, Kyiv Institute of the National Guard of Ukraine, Ukraine.

Yevhen Povzyk, Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University, Ukraine.

PhD in Law, Assistant at the Department of Criminal Justice of Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University, Ukraine.

Serhiy Trach, National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.

PhD in Law, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Criminal Procedure of the National Academy of Internal Affairs, Ukraine.

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Published
2021-12-17
How to Cite
Kobzar, O., Romanov, M., Benkovskyi, S., Povzyk, Y., & Trach, S. (2021). Principles for pre-trial investigation planning under simplified procedure. Amazonia Investiga, 10(47), 216-225. https://doi.org/10.34069/AI/2021.47.11.22
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