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The Particularities Involved in Crime Scene Searchings in lIlicit Traffic of Drugs
The Particularities Involved in Crime Scene Searchings in lIlicit Traffic of Drugs

Author(s): Nicoleta Elena HEGHES
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence
Published by: Editura Universitară Danubius
Keywords: static stage; dynamic stage; modus operandi; drugs; Code of Penal Procedures

Summary/Abstract: The investigation of the crime scene plays an important role in discovering and sampling the proofs. The crime scene is considered to be the most important place in a penal investigation, as this is the place where the prints of the criminals and of the victims are to be found: visible, hidden, placed deliberately or by negligence or ignorance. The article under discussion will focus on the static and dynamic stages carried on in the investigation of the crime scene and will analyze the modalities and the operating systems used by the drugs traffickers. Such an investigation presumes that the penal legal authorities should have been informed that a penal deed had been committed by petition or denunciation, as provided by article 221 of the Penal Code, or to take its own self notice/ decision when finding out - no matter how - that such an offence has taken place and conclude a written report.

  • Issue Year: 9/2013
  • Issue No: 3
  • Page Range: 72-80
  • Page Count: 9