What rights are vested with a person brought to administrative responsibility?

The person brought to administrative responsibility is given the right to familiarize himself with all procedural documents. This right, of course, includes the possibility of a participant in the proceedings to know what administrative offense he is accused of. It follows from this that the person brought to administrative responsibility has the right to know not only the content of the article of the Special Part of the Administrative Code specified in the protocol on the violation, but also the provisions of another normative act, when the disposition of the norm is blanket.

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