Forensic medical examination in the process of judicial investigation

Submitted to the court the materials of the investigation of the case review in the Executive session, on which the solution of the issue about bringing an accused to trial is set to call at the hearing of experts (article 228 of the code of criminal procedure). These experts can be like those who were given the conclusion of the preliminary investigation, and again welcome the initiative of the court, the Prosecutor, the defenders of the accused. The expert gives the court a subscription that he warned about the responsibility for false imprisonment and for the refusal to provide findings on Art. 181, 182 of the criminal code (as during the preliminary investigation).
To provide a qualified conclusion in the court session, the expert should be with the permission of the court to examine the case materials before the start of his trial.
A forensic expert at the court session is in a different position than in the period of preliminary investigation, which largely takes place without his participation. He unlike witnesses after compliance with procedural formalities is present throughout the trial, involved in the investigation relating to the subject of the examination, may ask questions to the defendant, victim and witnesses regarding the circumstances that are important for opinion. In determining those circumstances, the expert shall be submitted in writing and approved by the court issues (article 288 of the code of criminal procedure). If medical examiner need time for preparation and drawing up of answers to the questions, at the request of the expert, the court appoints a break in the court session. When drafting conclusions in court in accordance with the materials of the trial, a forensic expert should be based on special scientific terms and the specific results of the research, it must distinguish reliable from conventional estimated.
Determination shall be made by an expert in writing, shall be read out at the court session and attached to the case with questions. Expert granted to include in its conclusions on the circumstances of the case, within its competence, about which no questions were raised. After the announcement of an expert conclusion it can be asked questions to clarify or Supplement the detention (article 288, 289 of the code of criminal procedure).
If in the examination involved several experts, they should be given the opportunity to take counsel among themselves. The conclusion shall be signed by all the experts, if they come to the same conclusions; in case of disagreement experts present separate opinion.
In case of wrong interpretations of the participants of the trial of this expert conclusion of a forensic medical expert is obliged to declare it in the course of a judicial investigation.

Checklist
1. Give definitions of the terms "assessment", "forensic medical expert", "medical expert".
2. Name objects of forensic medical examination and obligatory (CPC) forensic medical examination.
3. List the rights and duties of the expert.
4. What articles of the criminal code regulates the liability of the expert?
5. In some cases, the possible disqualification of an expert?
6. What types of forensic examinations you know?
7. Describe the activities of a forensic expert in the process of preliminary investigation and his participation as a specialist.
8. What is the peculiarity of the situation of expert in court?