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This article is About expertise on criminal affairs is the separate give special status a type of the expertise, different carrying out research from the person possessing special knowledge. Expertise on criminal affairs differs from other types of expertise by that it is appointed and carried out according to strictly and precisely established Code of criminal procedure rather. The part second of article 153 Criminal Procedure Code of Moldova, devote interrogation the expert, consolidates norm on which it is forbidden to make interrogation before submission of the expert opinion and its studying. Fixing of such rule in part the second the 186th articles of the existing Criminal Procedure Code, prevents implementation of interrogation of the expert by the judge and the investigator before submission of the conclusion by it. Standards of the Criminal Procedure Code of Azerbaijan of July 14, 2000, concerning expertise, are very close to standards of the national criminal procedure legislation. However, in part one of article 271UPK of Azerbaijan which is called the expert conclusion, reflects the term (1 month) expertise representations which isn't fixed in our legislation. The beginning of this term is defined by receiving a judgment or the investigator or the appeal of the parties or the lawyer about carrying out expertise is included by the term of transfer of the expert of the conclusion. In our opinion, restriction of carrying out expertise with a certain term can have negative impact on its quality, but on a row with it, observance of total period of following is required.

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