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A Study on the Legislative Approach for Improving Plan of the Scientific Investigation System

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2009, 45(), pp.583-606
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to suggest the ways how to develop the investigation system more efficiently and rationally by balancing two ideals of the criminal proceedings; One is to establish the most efficient and professional investigation system and the other is to respect the human rights above all, even though they have incompatible aspects with each other. According to this study, Our investigation system try to find solutions to several problems Today, it is a big social issue that the crime has been intellectualized and organized. To prevent such a series of a crime from disturbing the tranquility of a society, at least the police should arrest a criminal as prompt as they can. It is the indicator, "preciseness and reliability" that evaluate "Scientific crime detection". Therefore, we ought to verify thoroughly the principle′s accuracy and technique′s reliability The scope of "scientific crime detection" has gradually enlarged with development of science. If we were merely content with the status quo, we must have got behind so soon. And it is required of a sound investment as well as continuous research and development. In the meantime, the development of the National Scientific, Criminal & Investigation Laboratory is amazing, but there′re still left a lot of things to improve such as "a criminal identification, an on-the-spot investigation, forensic science and medical jurisprudence, etc." At this point, the study makes observation of research on the actual condition and operation of various criminal identification to derive the expecting problem from a systematic discrepancy, admissibility of evidence, reliance on a criterion for judging, and the discrimination of a genetic information.

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