Teismo posėdžio dalyvių teisėsaugos institucijų ir pareigūnų elgesio vertinimai: 2012 ir 2015 metų tyrimų duomenys

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Teismo posėdžio dalyvių teisėsaugos institucijų ir pareigūnų elgesio vertinimai: 2012 ir 2015 metų tyrimų duomenys
Alternative Title:
Trial participants’ assessment of law enforcement institutions and officers’ behaviour: the data of 2012 and 2015 year studies
In the Journal:
Teisė. 2017, t. 102, p. 31-49
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Teismo posėdis; Teismo pareigūnai.
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ENThe article analyses how the participants of the hearings of various Lithuanian courts (courts of general and special jurisdiction, district and regional courts) assess law enforcement institutions, their own commitment to obey the law and law enforcement officers, the behaviour of relevant officers, court premises and the staff (excluding judges), as well as proposed modifications in the judicial system. The participants completed the set of questionnaires previously developed by us (eg. "People’s attitude towards law, law enforcement institutions, and officers"). The obtained results have shown that trial participants have trust in law enforcement institutions, they tend to obey the law and to comply with a request of law enforcement officers, and they evaluate the behaviour of judges and other staff of courts as more or less compatible to the requirements of the procedural justice, etc. Furthermore, 59 % of the questioned subjects indicated that the work of our national courts has improved in recent years, 87,4 % have trust in the national courts, to a higher or lesser degree; 66 % would prefer their case to be heard by a professional judge and public judges. It should be added, that evaluations of our subjects were related with age, education, legal knowledge, as well as the type of court (eg. courts of general or special jurisdiction), and specific features of a certain case (eg. criminal or civil case). Comparison of the data of 2012 (n=397) and 2015 (n=289) year studies in many cases revealed positive changes of participants’ evaluations. [From the publication]

DOI:
10.15388/Teise.2017.102.10516
ISSN:
1392-1274; 2424-6050
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2018-12-17 14:15:37
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