Preventive Role of Prosecutor in the Scope of Administrative Offences Legislation
Abstract.Based on the analysis of applicable laws and current law-enforcement practice, the authors of this article describe preventive measures undertaken by prosecutors in the sphere of administrative offences legislation. The authors pay special attention to the issues that may arise in the process of applying special means set forth by Article 29.13 of the Russian Federation Administrative Offence Code - prevention of causes and conditions that constitute an administrative offence by analysing the nature of such offence and reflecting on whether existing opinions on the matter are false or true. The authors of the article study organizational/management and information guidelines of prosecutor's office, judicial and non-judicial practice of administrative justice authorities. In the course of their research, tasks and objectives setting and achievement, the authors have used a set of diversified research methods and theoretical analysis. The research is based on the dialectical approach and associated research methods such as systems approach, structure analysis, logical, comparative law, special law and legal modelling methods. The Russian Federation Administrative Offence Code describes different legal mechanisms aimed at prevention of such offences. One of the most efficient means is to introduce the provision about elimination of causes and conditions that constitute an administrative offence based on Article 29.13 of The Code. For the first time in the academic literature the authors of the article carry out an integral analysis of how this means is applied by prosecutor's office.
Keywords: eliminate the causes and conditions that constituted an administrative offense, administrative offense, state organs of administrative jurisdiction, code of the Russian Federation about administrative offenses, court, Prosecutor, prevention, private definition, legislation, proceedings
Article was received:04-07-2017
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