Gerasymenko Larysa. The State Of Affairs And Prospects Of Application Of Special Knowledge In The Investigation Of Financial Criminal Offences
Submitted on: Feb 15, 2021, 06:39:30
Social Sciences / Law / Economic analysis of law
Description: Special knowledge means specific knowledge, not considered common knowledge, on the phenomena, objects and processes in the surrounding world possessed by a particular group of people. Special knowledge is based on scientific findings and cannot be common knowledge. Special knowledge is acquired through purposeful professional training and practical experience in a particular sphere; they constitute a system of knowledge about specific objects, phenomena and patterns studied within a relevant scientific field.
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