Organizational forms of the judicial-medical examination

Procedure of appointment of the expertise provided by the current CPC. The investigator, recognizing the necessary production expertise, is about this decision. It shall state the grounds for the appointment of expertise, name of expert or name of the institution, which will be examined, and the issues put for the resolution, the materials provided at the disposal of the expert (article 184 of the code of criminal procedure). When you assign for expertise of several experts they are before you form an opinion, confer among themselves. With the unanimous experts ' conclusions they draw up and sign a General conclusion, when differences each expert gives his opinion (article 80 of the code of criminal procedure).
The drive for greater evidentiary value of expert opinions led to the existence of several envisaged by the criminal procedure code of the organizational forms of expertise. In addition to the primary examinations, on the proposal of the investigative authorities may be additional expertise. The need for additional conclusion most likely occurs due to insufficient clarity or completeness of the primary conclusion of or in connection with the new investigative data. Conduct such examination, I charge the same or another expert who arranges or extends the earlier conclusions (article 81 of the CPC). Re-examination is carried out at the unreasonableness of expert opinion or doubt its validity (article 81 of the CPC). For reevaluation invite another expert or some other expert.
Some types of forensic medical examination should be carried out necessarily with the involvement of relevant specialists. These examinations include: 1) determination of the degree of loss of earning capacity; 2) examination of cases on bringing to criminal responsibility of medical workers for professional offences; 3) particularly complex expertise on materials of the investigation and court cases.