PROHIBITING MEASURES IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE AND IN PRACTICE
Keywords:prohibiting measures, custody, possibility of flight.
Prohibiting measures are measures of a procedural nature that enable the suspect or the accused to remain at liberty during the criminal proceedings, i.e. to await the trial outside the institution, and yet the judicial institutions are certain that he will not interfere with the course of the criminal proceedings. These measures significantly contribute to the quality and speed of criminal proceedings. In this paper, we deal with the analysis of the quality of the Bosnian and Herzegovinian legislation regarding prohibiting measures, and the quality of the norm has been verified through empirical research within the judicial community. The results show that there are enough reasons to review the quality of the norm and to improve it.
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