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Special methods of evidence in criminal proceedings - confrontation, recognition, investigative experiment
Hanák, Milan ; Jelínek, Jiří (advisor) ; Pelc, Vladimír (referee)
Special Methods of Evidence in Criminal Proceedings - Confrontation, Recognition, Investigative Experiment Abstract The thesis deals with special methods of evidence in criminal proceedings, which are confrontation, line-up, investigative experiment, investigative reconstruction and on-site clearance. These all methods are anchored in Czech Criminal Procedure Code. Introductory part of the thesis describes evolution of special methods of evidence in criminal proceedings and in criminology too. The author discusses differences between procedural action and forensic practice. The thesis also describes legal regulation of the issue in historical context. It focus on face to face confrontation, line-up and investigative experiment. Each part of the thesis contains introduction with definition, then particularities of subject matter, practical use and the most frequent problems in investigation. The parts named line-up and investigative experiment also include a selected case report of these methods of evidence in criminal proceedings. Part called Confrontation among the other things deals with principles of confrontation and participants of confrontation. This part also describes previous interrogation of confronted persons, documentation of confrontation, application of some provisions of the Criminal...
Criminalistic Experiment
Svoboda, Edvin ; Konrád, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Krupička, Jiří (referee)
The theme of this diploma thesis is the Criminalistic Experiment. The first chapter deals with more general issues. It states what is meant by the experiment in the normal sense and then explains the difference between experiment and the criminalistic experiment. The next chapter discusses the essence of the criminalistic experiment. The second chapter describes the legal treatment of the investigative trial, especially in Act No. 141/1961 Coll., Criminal Procedure Code. The issue of people participating in the investigative trial is also easily mentioned. The third chapter focuses on the historical aspects of the investigative trial, the comparison of several criminologists and their view on the subject of a criminalistic experiment. Next, the fourth chapter describes the investigative trial in comparison with similar forensic operations, and reconstruction, clearance testimony on the spot, recognition, and inspection of forensic expertise. The fifth chapter focuses on the essence, purpose, and objectives of the investigative attempt of the forensic science. The sixth chapter divides the investigative trial into several types, in terms of when they occur or according to the facts. The seventh chapter discusses in greater detail the questions pertaining to participants in the investigative trial....
Special Methods of Evidence in Criminal Proceedings Focused on the Lineups of Suspect
Sypták, Dalimil ; Jelínek, Jiří (advisor) ; Pelc, Vladimír (referee)
The goal of this thesis is to take a closer look at the special methods of gathering evidence which have become a part of the Criminal Procedure Code. In the past, these acts were considered as a special form of interrogation or examination. Firstly, the thesis deals with the historical development of the search for truth which was from time immemorial associated with perpetrator's confession as an indisputable proof of guilt. Specification of related terms both from the area of criminalistics and criminal law will follow. The next part will be devoted to the relation between criminalistics and special methods of gathering evidence, especially in the elimination of contradictions in the obtained evidence. In order to understand better memory limit options by recalling the backward image of perceived reality we will mention the mechanism of memory imprints origin.Part four analyses the general principles of these acts and in the fifth part we go through some special methods of gathering evidence. In the sixth, penultimate chapter, we discuss the recognition in detail as a special way of identifying the object. In the final part we will deal with the consequences of defects in the process and try to solve some problems in order to result in proposals de lege ferenda.
The special methods of proof in criminal procedural law and comparison with anglo-saxon legal system
Skokanová, Regina ; Jelínek, Jiří (advisor) ; Vokoun, Rudolf (referee)
The goal of this thesis is to compare the special methods of proof in the criminal procedural law in the Anglo-Saxon coutries (England, Irend and Scotland). Firstly I will concentrate briefly on the history of criminal law in the Czech Republic, followed by a short introduction of the phases of the trial. Then, the special methods of proof in the Czech system of law will be focused on in detail (recognition, reconstruction, confrontation, on-site examination and the crime experiment). Then I will turn back to the methods of gathering special evidence in the Anglo-Saxon countries. When possible, I will point out the diferrence between both system in the chapters themselves as they arise, however in the I will conclude the findings in the final chapter if the thesis: how the methods differ and what they have in common. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Reconstruction of a crime
Šrámek, Jan ; Štourač, Petr (advisor) ; Musil, Jan (referee)
This thesis is called the crime reconstruction. Adapted from a historical context, development of views on this issue, including legislation crime reconstruction and development of reconstruction of the crime, the notion of the nature and significance of forensic reconstruction, the concept of crime reconstruction, reconstruction of the essence of the offense, the importance of reconstruction of the crime; types of forensic reconstruction, as is the reconstruction of the scene, reconstruction of physical objects, reconstruction of the outer form of a man, thought reconstruction; function rekonstrukce offense; entities rekonstrukce offense; psychological assumptions of the reconstruction; tactics rekonstrukce crime, ie crime rekonstrukce preparation, basic tactical principles and procedures reconstruction of the crime, progress and reconstruction stages of the offense; documentation and evaluate the results and the reconstruction of the crime; relation to the reconstruction of a crime other investigative capacity, similarity with the reconstruction of the crime investigative experiment.

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