“Spotlights on res iudicata nature of the decision of the preliminary chamber judge”

Authors

  • Mihail Udroiu Faculty of Law, Oradea University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55516/ijlso.v3i1.121

Keywords:

res iudicata, criminal action, preliminary chamber judge

Abstract

Res judicata is frequently linked to the court's decision which adjudicates the merits of the criminal process. This paper explores the limits within the final decisions of the preliminary chamber judge on the legality of the prosecution are binding for the trial court or the limits within these decisions should be considered in a new preliminary chamber procedure.

Author Biography

Mihail Udroiu, Faculty of Law, Oradea University

Ph.D., Senior Assistant Professor in Criminal Procedure Law

References

Criminal Procedure Code;

I.C.C.J., Criminal Division, Decision No 174/A/2022;

Constitutional Court's decision No. 812/2021;

Directive 2012/13/EU of the European Parliament.

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Published

2023-11-26

How to Cite

Udroiu, M. . (2023). “Spotlights on res iudicata nature of the decision of the preliminary chamber judge” . International Journal of Legal and Social Order, 3(1). https://doi.org/10.55516/ijlso.v3i1.121

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Section

Law