Kofanov Andrii. Issues Of Quality Of Expert Opinion, And Certain Aspects Of Forensic Expert Safety In Criminal, Civil And Administrative Proceedings
Submitted on: Aug 28, 2019, 11:21:26
Social Sciences / Law / Common law and equity
Description: The concept of quality may be regarded as a composite structure comprising the support for the following elements: legal, scientific and technological, methodological, organisational, logistical. The quality of expert investigation is not an abstract concept; it actually exists and has a certain content that expresses substantial certainty, since it results in an expert opinion āE" judicial evidence. An expert opinion has a procedural (legal), scientific and technological aspects. The āEquality of forensic examinationāE concept therefore has a procedural (legal), scientific and technological content. It should be noted in summary that, in our opinion, setting up a system of reliable legal protection for a forensic expert as a participant in legal proceedings and a source of expert opinion would preclude (to a large extent) any potential physical or psychological pressure and would have a correspondent impact on the quality of investigation and validity of its findings.
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