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Some special methods of evidence
Šudrychová, Šarlota ; Konrád, Zdeněk (advisor) ; Krupička, Jiří (referee)
Some special methods of evidence Abstract The thesis focuses on five independent specific criminalistic-tactical methods of criminalistic practice. The Act No. 141/1961 Sb., o trestním řízení soudním (Criminal Procedure), provides these methods in the form of criminal-procedural acts as so-called Some special methods of evidence. The thesis describes these methods not only from a theoretical point of view, but also deals with specific cases from practice. The first chapter is entitled General Theoretical Background. It deals with the nature of some special methods of evidence, their purpose, documentation, and the principle of prohibition of coercion to self-incrimination. It also contains a practical demonstration of the difficulties of using some special methods of evidence in practice. The second chapter is about the historical development of the various methods. In particular, it focuses on the legislative development of confrontation and eyewitness testimony. The third chapter focuses on confrontation, its nature, its distinction from interrogation, the process and documentation of the act. The fourth chapter deals with eyewitness testimony, its nature, types of eyewitness's testimony and the possibilities of increasing the evidentiary strength of this act. This part of the thesis refers not only to...
The Role of Media in Criminal Proceeding
Šudrychová, Šarlota ; Pelc, Vladimír (advisor) ; Heranová, Simona (referee)
1 The role of media in criminal proceeding Abstract The thesis deals, as the name implies, with the role of the media in criminal proceedings, both theoretically and practically. The work contains a lot of examples primarily through the case-law presented. Chapter one is titled "Power of Media". It deals with the emergence of this concept and the history of the media in our country. It also focuses on the potential threat to media power, through purchasing of mass media, and murder of journalists and media workers. The second chapter deals first with one of the basic principles of criminal proceedings, namely the principle of the public; the second part deals with the principle of the presumption of innocence. The third chapter briefly focuses on the media's access to proceedings. The conclusion of the chapter is devoted to the controversy over online reports from the courtroom and their possible regulation by judges. The fourth chapter deals with providing information on criminal proceedings. Apart from legislation, it also offers a view of the case law of the Supreme Administrative Court, the Constitutional Court and the principles of the European Court of Human Rights. The fifth chapter deals with the editorial secret, with particular emphasis on the case law of the European Court of Human Rights. The...

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