INTERNATIONAL LEGAL PROTECTION OF JUVENILE VICTIMS (CHILD VICTIMS) FROM CRIME

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Epihin Alexander Yurevich
Zaitsev Oleg Aleksandrovich
Grishina Ekaterina Pavlovna
Mishin Andrey Viktorovich
Aliyeva Gulnar Isaevna

Keywords

child victims of crime, victim, criminal justice, “friendly” justice, security measures

Abstract

Purpose: The article considers legal issues relating to the international legal standards and principles for the protection of child victims from crime, the current problems of implementing these norms in the legislative process of modern Russia.


Methodology: In the process of writing the article, we actively used dialectical, comparative, formally logical, inductive and deductive methods.


Result: The policy provisions on the legal status of child victims of crime are enshrined in the international regulatory documents, on the basis of which different legal institutions of national criminal procedure law are formed. The states that recognize prescriptions of an international nature assume the obligation to legally certify such models of criminal proceedings, in which not only the rights of children recognized as victims would be ensured but the principles of the presumption of innocence, competition, humanity, justice, which are the most important legal guarantee of the rights of the accused, would be observed.


Applications: This research can be used for universities, teachers, and students.


Novelty/Originality: In this research, the model of the International legal protection of juvenile victims (child victims) from crime is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.

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