Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Nis

On the occasion of one year of enforcement of the Law on Organization and Jurisdiction of State Authorities in Combating Organized Crime, Terrorism and Corruption, an Anti-Corruption Forum, organized by the Ministry of Justice, a team of the EU Project Prevention and Fight against Corruption was held at the Officers’ Club in Nis on 10 April 2019, where the results of new anti-corruption regional centres were presented.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Belgrade
The Judicial Academy, assisted by the project team of the Prevention and the Fight against Corruption Project funded within the EU IPA 2013 pre-accession assistance for Serbia, organized a workshop at the Hotel Museum on 18 April.
 


Application of the Law on Organization and Jurisdiction of the State Bodies in Combating Organized Crime, Terrorism and Corruption - Source: Judicial Academy

The topic of the workshop was application of the Law on Organization and Jurisdiction of the State Bodies in Combating Organized Crime, Terrorism and Corruption – an analysis of the case-law in the second-instance corruption cases, contentious issues for judges of the first-instance.

The workshop was dedicated to judges of Appellate Courts for the purpose of an exchange of experiences in enforcing the Law until present and discussions on the following topics:

  • Examination of motions to indict;
  • Dilemmas regarding the acceptance of circumstantial evidence and non-uniform practice;
  • Overuse of special probative actions;
  • Possibilities for use of the evidence presented in the criminal proceedings for seizure of assets associated with criminal activity;
  • Status of forensic officers.

 

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Belgrade

This is the second seminar implemented for judges and prosecutors from Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia within the Project Strengthening of judicial cooperation, mutual trust and capacity building of judicial educational institutions in the Republic of Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina conducted in cooperation with the Centre for Judicial and Prosecutorial Training of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as the key implementing institution, and the Judicial Training Centre of Montenegro. The two-day seminar on the topic of organized crime and terrorism intended for judges, prosecutors and representatives of the Ministry of the Interior is organized on Tuesday, 9 April and on Wednesday, 10 April at the premises of the Judicial Academy in Belgrade.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Vrnjačka Banja

On 7-8 March 2019, in Slatina Hotel in Vrnjačka Banja, within the „Prevention and Fight against Corruption“ project, a two-day workshop was organized on the topic: Application of the Law on Organization and Jurisdiction of Government Authorities in Suppression of Organized Crime, Terrorism and Corruption – topical issues.

Author: Judicial Academy
Location: Vrnjačka Banja
On 7-8 March 2019, in Slatina Hotel in Vrnjačka Banja, within the „Prevention and Fight against Corruption“ project, a two-day workshop was organized on the topic: Application of the Law on Organization and Jurisdiction of Government Authorities in Suppression of Organized Crime, Terrorism and Corruption – topical issues.
 
 
 
Workshop on the application of the Law on Organization and Jurisdiction of Government Authorities in Suppression of Organized Crime, Terrorism and Corruption - Izvor: Pravosudna akademija
The above mentioned project is financed from the IPA 2013 pre-accession funds of the EU programme for Serbia.
The workshop is held in cooperation with the Ministry of Justice and the Republic Public Prosecutor's Office.
The training is intended for the judges of the Special Departments for Suppression of Corruption in the high courts in Belgrade, Niš, Novi Sad, and Kraljevo.
The aim of the workshop is to allow the judges to exchange their so far experiences and to discuss topical issues:
  • Examination of indictment acts
  • The issue of decriminalization of the criminal offence „Abuse in economy“
  • Evaluation of indirect evidence and standardization of practice
  • The role of financial forensic specialists