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Chapter 4. Conditions that Prohibit the Conduct of Criminal Proceedings (Sections 50-58)

19.06.2018. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases, case No SKK-197/2018 Confirmation of friendship request on social networks, in itself, shall not be grounds to recognise the existence of a conflict of interests

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29.03.2018. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases, case No SKK-20/2018 Evidence obtained by executor of procesual tasks after he has been interrogated as a witness

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07.03.2018. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases, case No SKK-7/2018 Participation of a judge in examination of a criminal case in which this judge has previously taken a procedural decision of an organisational nature

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04.10.2013. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases of the Senate, case No SKK-J-513/2013 Reason to refuse a judge

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17.12.2010. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases of the Senate, case No SKK-629/2010 Participation of a judge in review of a case in one of excreted criminal procedures

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17.02.2010. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases of the Senate, case No SKK-88/2010 Participation of a judge in criminal proceedings, in which procedural decision was adopted

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31.10.2007. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases of the Senate, case No SKK-472/2007 Explanation of 1 Paragraph Four Section 52 of the Criminal Procedure Law

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28.08.2007. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases of the Senate, case No SKK-385-2007 Obligation of the prosecutor to require removal of the judge; Conflict of interests for a judge; Right of the appellate court to send the case to the first instance court for re-examination; Commercial corruption

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27.04.2006. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases of the Senate, case No SKK-268/2006 If a judge has decided on application of a security measure, when the Latvian Criminal Procedure Code was effective,  prohibition of the Criminal Procedure Law stipulated in the Item 1 Paragraph Four Section 52 may not be referred to him/her.

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