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18 December, 2020

The Supreme Court will not receive visitors until January 11

Due to the enhanced safety measures in the country to control the spread of Covid-19 infection, the Supreme Court completely suspends the reception of visitors until January 11. Documents will not be accepted in person either.
17 December, 2020

The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court encourages the new lawyers to engage in a respectful dialogue with court

On December 17, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court took the oath of ten lawyers admitted to the Latvian Council of Sworn Advocates.
16 December, 2020

Janis Baumanis' book on criminal law relations is published

The Supreme Court congratulates Janis Baumanis, Legal Research Counsel of the Department of Criminal Cases of the Senate, with the publication of his third book. His monograph "Criminal Law Relations and Their Regulation in the Criminological Universe" has been published by official publisher Latvijas Vestnesis.
14 December, 2020

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court: Rule of law cannot exist hypothetically

The rule of law cannot exist merely hypothetically, the operation of law must be visible, as stated on 11 December by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Aigars Strupiss in the think tank dedicated to constitutional ideas of the Constitutional Court. In his opinion, the most critical issue in strengthening the justice in Latvia relates to problems of the rule of law. Society loses trust in the law because the principle of the inevitability of punishment does not work.
7 December, 2020

The Supreme Court in cooperation with the Judicial Training Centre commences training of judges on the methodology of civil proceedings

On December 4, almost 50 judges and court employees participated in the remote training on the judge's working method for adjudicating a civil case on the merits, organized by the Senate and the Latvian Judicial Training Centre.