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Chapter Twenty-five. Court investigation

10.03.2005. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases of the Senate, case No SKK-154/2005 The need of examination of evidences during judicial investigation

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10.12.2004. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases of the Senate, case No SKK-683/2004 A court may review a case without examination of evidences, if a person on trial agrees with all circumstances of commitment of an offence, which were established in pre-trial investigation, mentioned in accusation and qualification of an offence. The court is obliged to clarify opinion of an accused and to provide a defence counsel in the first instance court in cases, when he/she doesn’t know language of proceedings  

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13.11.2004. Decision of the Department of Criminal Cases of the Senate, case No SKK-624/2004 If a person is charged with commitment of an offence stipulated in several sections of the Criminal Law and a court adopted a decision not to examine evidences in accusation with one section of the Criminal Law only, then in rest part of accusation, the court is obliged to perform court investigation with examination of evidences

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