Release:2017, Vol. 3. №2
About the author:Svetlana I. Vershinina, Cand. Sci. (Jur.), Associate Professor, Vice Rector, Director of Institute of Law, Togliatti State University; email@example.com
This article critically evaluates the generally accepted concept of the use of various kinds of state coercion in criminal proceedings. It is concluded that no procedural types of state coercion can be applied in criminal procedure relations. Having its own industry consolidation outside the criminal procedural law, they are the guarantee of a legitimate criminal procedure and, as such, they form the legal consciousness of the process’ participants, focusing them on proper behavior.
In this regard, an attempt was made to establish what criteria the legislator follows, ensuring the execution of the procedural duties of different means of enforcement. Solving this problem, the author analyzes the legal regulation of the procedural obligations of parties involved in criminal proceedings as they relate to proceedings and procedural means of protection. It identifies problems in the regulation of the duties of participants of legal proceedings, and in the ratio of different types of state coercion, ensuring these duties.