Objects of forensic medical examination, basic conditions and regulation of its production

Objects of forensic medical examination, basic conditions and regulation of its production.
The competence of the forensic medical examination are: 1) inspection of the victims, suspects and other persons; 2) research bodies; 3) study of material evidence; 4) expertise on materials of the investigation and court cases.
Without exception, all of forensic medical examination are made only by decisions of the investigative and court rulings.
Expert practice shows that the choice of research methods, the timeliness of their application, the correct interpretation of the specified data, specific issues is greatly influenced by the knowledge of an expert in the circumstances of the case". According to the code of criminal procedure, the expert is entitled to get acquainted with the circumstances of the case, the understanding of which it is necessary to report. If the expert finds that the provided materials are not enough, he declares the impossibility to draw the conclusion and specifies what types of materials, documents, additional research is necessary for the production of examination and opinion.
In cases when additional materials not provided, it is an act in which details the motives of impossibility to draw the conclusion (article 82 of the code of criminal procedure).
In accordance with the procedural requirements of forensic medical examinations, inspections and studies, except urgent cases, should be performed during the day. The person who conducts the investigation, has the right to be present during the forensic medical examination (article 190 of the code of criminal procedure). His presence is most useful when the forensic examination of corpses. As for the examination of victims, suspects and other persons, the investigator is not present during the medical examination of a person of the opposite sex, if the examination is accompanied by his nudity (article 181 of the code of criminal procedure). If the investigative bodies to be presented to the date of the examination, and further delay may adversely affect its quality, the forensic medical examination is performed in the absence of a named representative.