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Principles of Practice Procedure for The Juvenile: from the International Standard to Conditions of Performance in Vietnam

https://doi.org/10.17803/2313-5395.2020.1.13.026-044

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Abstract

In Vietnam, principles for conducting legal proceedings against juveniles, stipulated in the Criminal Procedure Code, are defined as the core idea throughout the whole process of creation and application of criminal procedures against juveniles. These principles help complete criminal procedures to guarantee juveniles' lawful rights and interests; correct limitations of courts as well as ensure compatibility with UNCRC and Law on child protection, care and education. However, in order to implement these principles properly, Vietnam still needs to revise its criminal procedures against juveniles, standardize qualifications of officials and enhance collaboration between its authorities.

About the Author

Do Thi Phuong
Ha Noi Law University
Viet Nam

Assoc.Prof. Dr.(Law), Head of Criminal Investigation Science Department, Faculty of Criminal Law, Hanoi Law University.

87 Nguyen Chi Thanh Str., Dong Da Dist., Hanoi.



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Phuong D.T. Principles of Practice Procedure for The Juvenile: from the International Standard to Conditions of Performance in Vietnam. Kutafin Law Review. 2020;7(1):26-44. https://doi.org/10.17803/2313-5395.2020.1.13.026-044

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