Expertise as Evidence and the Appreciation of the Expert’s Opinion

Fatmir Tartale, Gerti Tartale

Abstract


Just like any other source of proof, the expert is estimated in accordance with certain basic rules of procedural law norms-penal. According to article 152 of the Criminal Procedure Code, this estimate is made by the court upon conviction interior formed after reviewing the evidence as a whole. Expert opinion is included in its two moments content related and closely interdependent between them: 1) verification of the respective conclusion drawn by the expert with other evidence collected in the case and 2) analysis of expert opinion on the basis of scientific theses verification implemented by the expert in the examination of subject expertise and materials in accordance with the verification of determining the accuracy of the conclusion drawn by the expert compared tasks solved.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2015.v4n2s2p268


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