The Disciplinary and Criminal Liability of Judges in Poland. A Criminalistics Study of Cases of Disciplinary and Criminal Liability of Judges in the Years 2010–2018

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Małgorzata Hrehorowicz

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The article presents basic findings about the disciplinary and criminal liability of common courts judges in Poland. These findings are presented from a criminalistics perspective. The article provides data on the following issues: the basics of the disciplinary and criminal liability of judges, the number of disciplinary cases of judges in the years 2010–2018 and the number of criminal cases of judges in the years 2001–2017, categories of the disciplinary violations and crimes committed, decisions taken in cases of disciplinary violations, and imposed penalties. The article is based on an examination of Supreme Court verdicts issued in disciplinary cases of judges and data provided by the Ministry of Justice

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Hrehorowicz, M. (2020). The Disciplinary and Criminal Liability of Judges in Poland. A Criminalistics Study of Cases of Disciplinary and Criminal Liability of Judges in the Years 2010–2018. Przegląd Prawniczy Uniwersytetu Im. Adama Mickiewicza, 11, 293-320. https://doi.org/10.14746/ppuam.2020.11.15
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Małgorzata Hrehorowicz, Adam Mickiewicz University Poznań, Faculty of Law and Administration

Małgorzata Hrehorowicz, Adam Mickiewicz University Poznań, Faculty of Law and Administration, Al. Niepodległości 53, 61–714 Poznań, Republic of Poland, e-mail: malgorzata.hrehorowicz@amu.edu.pl.

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