Terms of pre-trial investigation in wartime: has the Law No. 3341-IX dotted the i’s and crossed the t’s?
In recent times provisions of the Criminal Procedural Code of Ukraine related to the terms of pre-trial investigation (where no one was notified of suspicion) are undergoing numerous changes. In particular, not so long ago the provisions of part 8 of Article 615 of the Criminal Procedural Code of Ukraine were changed again by the Law No. № 3341-IX.
However, new version of part 8 of Article 615 of the Criminal Procedural Code of Ukraine leaves again a space for multiple interpretations as regards to the “newly” opened criminal proceedings (after February 24, 2022): the question is what was the legislator’s intention as to applying the “fixed” 30-month term of pre-trial investigation. Along with that, according to changes introduced by the Law No. № 3341-IX, the “fixed” 30-month term of pre-trial investigation will be applicable for all criminal proceedings (where no one was notified of suspicion) regardless of the type of criminal offense, its severity, etc.
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