The regulations of agreement between defense and prosecution in criminal procedure: State and development perspectives

Igor O. Antonov

Resumen

The problem of current criminal procedural legislation improvement still retains a high degree of urgency. And one of the promising trends of such a development is the clarification of contractual regulation place and content in the field of criminal justice and, accordingly, the optimization of its parameters, which acquires a special significance in the context of a number of negative criminal trends development in Russian Federation, forming the prerequisites for their localization and overcoming. The specificity of a current criminal situation and the alarming forecasts of its development predetermine the activity of society and the state in search of optimal ways to increase the efficiency of criminal proceedings, also by improving the norms that support the existence and the actual content of contractual relations in criminal proceedings. Negative trends in crime and the declining of clear-up rate reveal that traditional, established legal institutions aimed at the elimination of the criminal-legal conflict between the state and the person who committed the crime, as well as its causes, can not always be applied effectively and require qualitatively different approaches to solve this problem, the introduction of new procedures to stop the expansion of crime

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criminal justice, contractual regulation, criminal process party, prosecution, defense simplified pr

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