“Evidence recognized any items which served as instruments of crime or have retained on themselves the traces of the crime, which was directed the criminal acts, property, money and other valuables obtained through criminal actions or acquired by criminal means, other objects and documents that can serve as a means for the detection of crime and establishing circumstances of criminal case”. (article 81 of the CPC.
To find out the attitude of the seized item to the crime and the evidentiary value of this object in many cases is possible only by examinations.
Depending on the nature of the evidence and the issues to be addressed, expertise can be different.
Objects of forensic medical examination of material evidences are very diverse: blood, bodily excretions, hair, bones, soft body tissue, etc.
To the production of these examinations is allowed only doctors – forensic experts who have undergone special training in forensic examination of physical evidence.
In the research process, physical evidence, the expert is required to economize subject to the object so that part of it was left for a possible re-examination. Continue reading
Detailed information about the job.
1) Forensic medicine is a science, which is a body of knowledge and research in the life Sciences, medicine, physics, chemistry, and medico-criminology, purposeful directed in its development, improvement and practical application in the implementation of justice and health . The first and main task of forensic medicine, which is to help law enforcement (criminal and civil) related to crimes against life, health, dignity, and health of the population as a whole. Forensic medicine is an independent medical discipline, studying and resolving issues of medical and General biological character, arising from the forensic investigators in the investigation process and court proceedings. The second objective of forensic medicine is the promotion of the health authorities in improving the quality of preventive and curative work. Forensic medicine has an important social value in the fight against crimes against life, health and dignity of the individual, as well as in the prevention of injuries, intoxication, untimely and sudden death.
2) To the formation of an independent, as a legal entity, the forensic medical service (before 1951) Kazakhstan had several periods of trial-medicinesmedicines in our territory. The first (before 1925 28.) the period of holding separate examinations. Forensic medical examination was carried out from case to case, as needed, doctors of military hospitals, rural doctors. Continue reading
FORENSIC EXAMINATION OF THE CORPSE.
1. The basic provisions on the appointment and organization of forensic medical examination of the corpse.
1.1. A forensic examination of the corpse shall be in accordance with the principles of legislation of the USSR and the Union republics on health care, the criminal procedure law, the decisions of the Plenum of the USSR Supreme Court on issues of judicial review, regulations on the production of forensic medical examination in the USSR, these, regulations, orders, other normative and methodological documents issued.
The Ministry of health of the USSR.
Experts will check the validity of the Conclusion. The cost from 25 thousand a period of 2 days.
1.2. A forensic examination of the corpse shall be appointed by resolution of the person conducting the inquiry, investigator, Prosecutor, judge or court ruling to determine the cause of death and resolution of other issues specified in the regulation (definition.
1.2.1. In cases when the decision (definition) on the appointment of forensic medical examination of a corpse is not rendered on a written transmittal attitude of the person conducting the inquiry, investigator, Prosecutor or judge, is judicial-medical research of a corpse to determine the cause of death. Continue reading