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Realization of court functions at enforcement in criminal procedure


TkachyovaNatalia Viktorovna

was born on June 25, 1972, graduated from the Law Faculty of South Ural State University in 2000. In 2000 she defended a thesis for a candidate of science degree Theory and practice of restraints which are not connected with deprivation of liberty. Now Natalia is a deputy of the Head for Academic Affairs, an associate professor of the Criminal Disciplines Department of Ural branch of the Russian Academy of Justice. She is the author of 85 publications. Research interests: criminal procedure in Russia and foreign countries; international protection of human rights; international cooperation in the sphere of criminal procedure. E-mail:


Problems and Questions of Criminal Law, Criminal Justice and Criminalistics


The author makes a conclusion that one cannot say about presumptuous absence of adversarial principle in pre-trial procedure while considering the questions within the jurisdiction of the court. The court is responsible for the judicial control for the bodies with the authority of decision to choose one or another coercive measure.


pre-trial procedure, functions of the court, operational investigation, investigatory actions, criminally-remedial coercive measures.

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