The meaning notion of criminalistics as a branch of the science is different in our world. Specially different in the Continental and in the Anglo-Saxon common-law system. The study shows and analyses the classic and the modern interpretation of criminalistics and forensic sciences. Keywords : common-law, criminalistics, criminology, cross-section, detection, disciplines, forensic sciences, identification, metodology, prevention.
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Abstract Criminalistics is, in essence, mainly a practical and — to a smaller extent — theoretical science of criminal investigation, in other words, it is a branch of criminal sciences that explores, creates, systemizes and applies — within normative legal frames — means and methods for the detection prevention and proving of crime.
Apart from the supplementary role of the effective — indirect and direct — prevention of crime, its basic functions comprise detection, obtaining as much and as reliable evidence as possible, providing a basis for and ensuring the ultimate establishment of criminal responsibility by the court. In summary, criminalistics is the science of the effective and professional investigation of crime. The author writes about the historical milestones of the development of criminalistics as a fact science.
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Abstract Abstract: The main goal is to map the ability of interrogators to register the manifestations of nonverbal communication in the situation of testimony. Secondary goal is to analyse some aspects of the process of identification of the manifestations of nonverbal communication. The research was aimed at an area that is described in the available literature sources only theoretical. This description is then only in general terms the use of non-verbal communication, and application level research practically not known. Although in reality we confirm that the file records of interrogations do not contain the part where they were described nonverbal expressions from interrogated person.
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