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NCJ Number: 31622 Find in a Library
Title: RESPONSIBILITY OF THE EXPERT - SEVERAL EXPERTS IN CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
Journal: ANNALES UNIVERSITATIS SCIENTIARUM BUDAPESTINENSIS SECTIO IURIDICA DE ROLANDO EOTVOS NOMINATAE  Volume:14  Dated:(1972)  Pages:43-60
Author(s): A ERDEI
Corporate Author: Eotvos Lorand University
Hungary
Date Published: 1972
Page Count: 18
Sponsoring Agency: Eotvos Lorand University
Budapest, Hungary
Format: Article
Language: Russian
Country: Hungary
Annotation: ISSUES, ORGANIZATIONAL PROCEDURES, AND RULES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CONCERNING THE PROVISION OF ONE OR MORE EXPERT WITNESSES FOR TESTIMONY IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS.
Abstract: THE PROPER CIRCUMSTANCES FOR UTILIZING EXPERT TESTIMONY ARE DISCUSSED WITH REFERENCES TO HUNGARIAN RULES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE AND HUNGARIAN LITERATURE ON THE SUBJECT. ALSO DISCUSSED ARE CONDITIONAL EXPERT OPINION, CRITERIA FOR ESTABLISHING THE EXPERTISE OF THE WITNESS, THEORETICAL QUESTIONS CONCERNING THE ADMISSIBILITY OF EXPERT TESTIMONY, AND PROCEDURAL RULES CONCERNING THE COLLABORATION OR UTILIZATION OF MORE THAN ONE EXPERT. CASES OF INVESTIGATIONS ARE DESCRIBED TO ILLUSTRATE CONCEPTS IN COMPLEX CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION BY TECHNICAL AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERTS. --IN RUSSIAN. SUMMARY IN FRENCH AND GERMAN
Index Term(s): Evidence; Expert witnesses; Hungary; Judicial process; Testimony; Trials
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