A tárgyalótermi nyilvánosság problémái

The right to a fair trial by an independent and impartial tribunal is a fundamental right everybody is entitled to. Through the right to a fair trial, transparency and publicity becomes an important guarantee of (i) the administration of justice, in a broader sense, and (ii) as a procedural principl...

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Main Author: Márki Dávid
Corporate Author: Jog határok nélkül (2017) (Szeged)
Format: Book part
Published: 2018
Series:Szegedi Jogász Doktorandusz Konferenciák 8
Jog határok nélkül 8
Kulcsszavak:Igazságszolgáltatás
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Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/74991
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Summary:The right to a fair trial by an independent and impartial tribunal is a fundamental right everybody is entitled to. Through the right to a fair trial, transparency and publicity becomes an important guarantee of (i) the administration of justice, in a broader sense, and (ii) as a procedural principle of different court proceedings as well, embodying the so-called civil control. The administration of justice and the judiciary is a fundamental subsystem, an independent branch of public power of modern democracies, with the publicity of court proceedings being an organic principle thereof. The need to realize responsibility and hold people accountable as part of this structure has more or less the same age as humankind itself. Be it nomadic tribal structures or modern democracies, it can be argued that the administration of justice is a community act, with an indispensable part being played by the individual. Members of a community were and are present in the proceedings, but not only as “controllers”, but also in concrete, distinguishable procedural roles, either as plaintiffs or defendants. The transparency of courts pose challenges to the legislator, legal practitioners and to judicial practice as well in many fields. Beyond issues of data protection, these requirements influence the publicity of the courtroom, the publicity of proceedings to the press, to the protection of personality rights.
Physical Description:215-223
ISBN:978-963-306-640-9
ISSN:2063-3807