The sun will encourage courts to be more humane in cases of Riposto
MOSCOW, 19 sen — RAPE. The Supreme court shall call upon the courts to be more humane in cases of Riposto, September 20, a meeting of the Plenum on which the high court will clarify the practice of application of legislation on criminal cases about crimes of an extremist orientation.
As it became known RAPE, in the draft resolution, the armed forces of the Russian Federation focuses courts that social media posts with signs of hatred and enmity cannot be considered a crime if they pose no danger to society. Even formal contact with the criminal act may not lead to a conviction, if the misdemeanor minor, he explains.
One of the highlights is the recommendation not to build the sentence solely on the examination: the courts should not blindly trust the experts and must remember that the final decision about the publication of extremism taking they.
The high court also believes that judges need to examine not only the disputed information, but also the whole social network page accused, to explore the context of the publication and its impact on the audience.
The Supreme court decided to amend the resolution of the Plenum № 11 “On judicial practice on criminal cases about crimes of an extremist nature” of 28 June 2011 in relation to the current enforcement issues. The last time the text of the Plenum has been edited 3 November 2016.