Dinh Thi Hai Yen


The Criminal Procedure Code 2015 is defined as a fundamental and comprehensive amendment, including 510 articles, of which 176 new articles are added, 317 articles are amended, and 26 articles are annulled. The Code is created to meet the requirements of building and perfecting a socialist law-governed state of Vietnam and implementing the policy of judicial reform, meeting the practical requirements of the investigation, prosecution and adjudication and protect human rights. The article focuses on analyzing the new points of the Criminal Procedure Code 2015 on legal procedures for people under 18 years old.

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