Basic principles of criminal justice:
2. Administration of justice by court only.
3. Respect for the honor and dignity of the individual.
4. Personal immunity. Inviolability of the home.
5. The presumption (from Lat. Praesumptio – an assumption based on probability) of innocence.
6. The adversarial nature of the parties in the trial.
7. Providing the suspect, accused, defendant with the right to defense.
8. Possibility to appeal against procedural actions of the court and officials.
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