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Methodological Particularities on the Criminal Investigation for Offenses in the Business Field

Nicoleta Elena Heghes ()
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Nicoleta Elena Heghes: Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University

No 028NH, Working papers from Research Association for Interdisciplinary Studies

Abstract: Financial - banking crime affects fundamental areas of the functioning of society, economics, financial systems, banking, commercial and civil circuits of goods, the labor market, etc. In carrying out the activity, the investigators must know in detail the facts have a thorough knowledge legislative framework in the field and to establish the exact facts, the means used by the perpetrator as well as all the circumstances of the deeds. This can be achieved through a variety of specific activities such as search, obedience perpetrators, witnesses, seizure of documents and objects, disposing of expertise, damage assessment, reconstruction succession of facts, cooperation with the media, international organizations etc. In the field of business crime, the evidence most often administered is the flagrant, the suspects or defendant's' statements, the recording and intercepting of the conversations and the expertise. In essence, any investigation in this area involves the adaptation of principles and the initiation of investigative acts that we will present in this paper. Advanced technology serves both the offender and the investigator for discovering the offenses. There is practically a perpetual struggle between their knowledge, among whom is better prepared and more updated with the new technical discoveries. The subject of study is inexhaustible, and the methods of fighting and investigating are constantly moving, innovation and improvement.

Keywords: business field; criminal investigation; expertise; flagrant; recording and interception of calls; suspects and defendants' statements (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018-11
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Published in Proceedings of the 11th International RAIS Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities, November 19-20, 2018, pages 201-206

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