Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Social, economic, and academic leadership (ICSEAL-6-2019)

Perceiving Leading Information and Telecommunication Technologies in the Criminal Proceedings: A Problem Statement

Authors
Sergey Zuev, Pavel Baiguzhin
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Sergey Zuev
Available Online 27 May 2020.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.200526.059How to use a DOI?
Keywords
leading information, telecommunication technologies, criminal proceedings, digitalization
Abstract
This paper focuses on the attitude of the parties to a criminal proceeding to digitalization and active introduction of technologies in a criminal process. The purpose of the study is to actualize attention to the problems connected with the perception of information and telecommunication technologies in criminal proceedings and the need for carrying out interdisciplinary studies, including those related to the investigation of the psychophysiological aspect. Allegedly, the widespread use of electronic documents, the introduction of remote forms of carrying out procedural actions, the use of digital evidence is aimed at the creation of modern and acceptable legal proceeding. At the same time, we need to form an understanding of the need for changes in the legal system and expectations of the positive effect of digitalization in general in the minds of citizens. The article justifies the need for developing adaptive measures which will allow people to maintain the sense of security and justice of the court. Otherwise, adverse consequences of introducing information technologies in criminal proceedings are inevitable.
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