Jurado de primera instancia en la Federación de Rusia y la República de Kazajstán: análisis jurídico comparativo

  • Nina Dudko Altai State University
  • Mariya Neymark Altai State University
  • Evgeniy Petuchov Altai State University
Palabras clave: reforma judicial, jurado, República de Kazajstán, Federación de Rusia

Resumen

El artículo aborda los temas de la justificación normativa y científica de los jurados de primera instancia en la Federación de Rusia (RF) y la República de Kazajstán (RK). Analizamos las disposiciones generales y las peculiaridades de los procedimientos en casos penales considerados por los tribunales con la participación de jurados. En la RF, existe un modelo clásico de jurado de primera instancia con la división de poderes de los jueces y jurados profesionales en asuntos de "derecho" y "hechos" en la resolución de casos penales. En RK, existe un modelo mixto de jurado con resolución conjunta de asuntos de "ley" y "hechos" por parte de jueces y jurados profesionales. Se describen tendencias mutuas en la mejora de los jurados de primera instancia, como la reubicación de los jurados de primera instancia al nivel distrital (interdistrital) del sistema judicial; cambios en el número de jurados; cambios en el procedimiento para formar un jurado; cambios en el procedimiento para apelar veredictos.

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2019-09-30
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Nina Dudko, Mariya Neymark, & Evgeniy Petuchov. (2019). Jurado de primera instancia en la Federación de Rusia y la República de Kazajstán: análisis jurídico comparativo. Religación. Revista De Ciencias Sociales Y Humanidades, 4(19), 391-398. Recuperado a partir de http://revista.religacion.com/index.php/about/article/view/595