Features of the Use of Modern Technology and Hardware at the Institute of Prosecution with the Aim of Prospering the Higher Education

Igor O. Antonov, Ramil R. Rakhmatullin, Guzel V. Burganova, Nikita N. Makolkin


In this article, the authors, identifying the features of the use of modern technologies and technical means at the prosecution institute, as a novel strategy emphasize that the principles and rules for the use of modern technologies and technical means in criminal proceedings should fully comply with the purpose of promoting the higher education. Otherwise, as the result the use of modern technologies and technical means in the course of investigative actions will be unlawful, and the evidence obtained in this case will not have legal force for the subsequent trial. From the author’s point of view, the approach to the formulation of the principles of promoting higher education in modern science education has not been definitively determined. The discussion on this issue in Russian legal literature and practice has never stopped, which in conclusion indicates the urgency of both this study and the issue as a whole for the functioning and development of higher education inextricably linked with generally recognized principles and norms of international law.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/ijhe.v8n8p39


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