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Theoretical explanations and practices regarding the distinction between the concepts: judicial error, error of law and fundamental vice in the legislation of the Republic of Moldova

Vasilisa Muntean ()
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Vasilisa Muntean: Judge at the Chisinau District Court (Buiucani District), PhD student, University of European Political and Economic Studies "Constantin Stere", Republic of Moldova

Juridical Tribune (Tribuna Juridica), 2017, vol. 7, issue Special, 69-79

Abstract: In the research, a doctrinal and legal analysis of the concept of legal error is carried out. The author provides a self-defined definition of the concept addressed and highlights the main causes and conditions for the occurrence of judicial errors. At present, in the specialized legal doctrine of the Republic of Moldova, the problem of defining the judicial error has been little approached. In this respect, this scientific article is a scientific approach aimed at elucidating the theoretical and normative deficiencies and errors that occur in the area of reparation of the prejudice caused by judicial errors. In order to achieve our goal, we aim to create a core of ideas and referral mechanisms that ensure a certain interpretative and decisional homogeneity in the doctrinal and legal characterization of the phrase "judicial error".

Keywords: judicial error; court; judge; criminal trial; judgment; jurisdiction; criminal investigation. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: K41 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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