Autori: Aleksandar BOŠKOVIĆ, Zoran PAVLOVIĆ

Publicat în: Journal Of Eastern European Criminal Law no. 1/2015

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Abstract: The effectiveness of preventing and combating organized crime, as well as the efficiency of criminal procedure, depends on many objective and subjective factors, but it is certain that their performance is much influenced by the previous criminal proceedings. In previous criminal proceedings authorized criminal procedural subjects, the public prosecutor and the police above all, take the law provided actions aimed at detecting and proving criminal offenses. However, the traditional evidence collection are not effective when it comes to combating organized crime, so that is why [vezi tot]