Production of expertise on a scene in parallel with its survey in most cases is impossible for the reasons of procedural character: inspection of a scene is, as a rule, performed before initiation of legal proceedings that doesn't allow the investigator before making decision on its excitement to appoint expertise. At the same time to reveal signs of a crime and to fix traces it according to law requirements sometimes happens it is simply impossible without carrying out expert research. It was the cause of statement by us of a question of possibility of purpose of expertise before initiation of legal proceedings. We support a position of the author also because production of expertise before initiation of legal proceedings doesn't infringe on nobody's interests, at this stage still isn't present neither suspected, nor accused, and the victim, yet without having received the procedural status, as a rule, is the interested person in disclosure of a crime and, especially, in production of expertise at once in the course of scene survey. Moreover, now we faced such problem when without competent expert opinion the investigator isn't able to resolve an issue of existence of bases for initiation of legal proceedings. For example, at personal inspection of clothes of the delivered person in militia department for disorderly conduct, the substance similar to drugs is found in it. For pronouncement of the resolution at expertise it is necessary to bring criminal case, but without reference of the expert that this substance is narcotic, the investigator can't bring criminal case. The circle became isolated. It is one of examples of imperfection of the legislation concerning judicial expertise.
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Astanov, Istam Rustamovich
"PROCEDURAL ORDER OF CARRYING OUT EXPERTISE ON CRIMINAL CASES,"
ProAcademy: Vol. 2021
, Article 7.
Available at: https://uzjournals.edu.uz/proacademy/vol2021/iss2/7