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Title:Pregled sodnih odločb in postopkov v zadevi Novič : diplomsko delo univerzitetnega študijskega programa Varstvoslovje
Authors:ID Drgajner, Lara (Author)
ID Flander, Benjamin (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf UN_Drgajner_Lara_2022.pdf (1,35 MB)
MD5: 87227882738AC0D500082D7E9575D035
PID: 20.500.12556/dkum/0a4886c0-4f9a-4a85-a466-d9df8eb1143d
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FVV - Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security
Abstract:Za uspešno delovanje demokratične države je potrebna vzpostavitev ter ohranjanje suverenega in poštenega sodnega sistema. Nepristransko sodstvo mora varovati temeljne človekove pravice v okvirih sprejete zakonodaje in Ustave Republike Slovenije (URS). Številni odmevni primeri kažejo na dejstvo, da se Slovenija kot pravna država ni vedno posluževala pravičnega in nepristranskega sojenja, saj je na področju dela sodne veje oblasti ter organov odkrivanja in pregona kaznivih dejanj prihajalo do raznih zlorab in nedopustnih posegov v človekove pravice. Na omenjene anomalije se je v preteklosti opozarjalo predvsem s strani posameznikov, ki so bili s takšnim ravnanjem tako ali drugače oškodovani, s primerom, ki smo ga obravnavali v zaključnem delu, pa se je prvič v zgodovini pravne države zgodilo, da je o pritiskih v pravosodju spregovoril sam član sodstva. Na poskuse vplivanje v sodniških vrstah je opozoril sodnik Zvjezdan Radonjić, ki je sodil obtoženemu Milku Noviču. V zaključnem delu je prikazan postopek, ki se je pričel z dogodkom na dan 16. 12. 2014 z umorom direktorja Kemijskega inštituta. Kot osumljenega so nato pridržali Milka Noviča, nekdanjega zaposlenega na Kemijskem inštitutu, ki je bil Leta 2017 obsojen na 25 let zaporne kazni zaradi storitve kaznivega dejanja umora iz brezobzirnega maščevanja. Na sodbo okrožnega sodišča so se Novičevi zagovorniki pritožili, vendar je Višje sodišče v Ljubljani obsodilno sodbo potrdilo. Po vloženi zahtevi za varstvo zakonitosti je Vrhovno sodišče zadevo vrnilo v ponovno sojenje pred spremenjenim senatom. V drugem sojenju, ki se je pričelo 18. decembra 2018, je sodnik Zvjezdan Radonjić, Noviča oprostil obtožbe. Po pritožbi državnega tožilstva je Višje sodišče v Ljubljani razveljavilo oprostilno sodbo in zadevo vrnilo sodišču prve stopnje. V tretjem sojenju je predsednica senata Sinja Božičnik obtoženega oprostila očitkov o kaznivem dejanju umora. Tožilstvo je sicer napovedalo pritožbo, vendar zaradi zastaranja kazenskega pregona zadeva nikoli ne bo postala pravnomočna. Šest let trajajoči sodni proces, ki je potekal na treh stopnjah splošnih sodišč velja za enega najodmevnejših primerov v zgodovini Republike Slovenije.
Keywords:diplomske naloge, kazenski postopek, pravna država, Novič, sodišče
Place of publishing:Ljubljana
Place of performance:Ljubljana
Publisher:[L. Drgajner]
Year of publishing:2022
Year of performance:2022
Number of pages:VII, 52 str.
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-81976 New window
UDC:343.1(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:116340995 New window
Publication date in DKUM:25.07.2022
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Language:English
Title:Overview of judicial decisions and proceedings in the novič case
Abstract:The establishment and maintenance of a sovereign and fair judicial system are necessary for the successful functioning of a democratic state. An impartial judiciary must protect fundamental human rights within the frameworks of the adopted legislation and the Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia. Numerous high-profile cases point to the fact that Slovenia, as a state governed by the rule of law, has not always used a fair and impartial trial because various abuses and inadmissible encroachments on human rights have taken place in the judiciary and law enforcement agencies. In the past, the mentioned anomalies have been highlighted mainly by individuals who have been harmed in one way or another by such conduct. With the case we discussed in the concluding section, however, pressures on the judiciary were expressed publicly by a member of the judiciary for the first time in the history of the rule of law. Judge Zvjezdan Radonjić, who tried the accused Milko Novič, pointed out the attempts to influence the judiciary ranks. In the concluding part, the proceedings that began with the event on December 16, 2014, with the murder of the director of the Institute of Chemistry are shown. Milko Novič, a former employee of the Institute of Chemistry, who was sentenced to 25 years in prison in 2017 for committing the crime of murder for wanton revenge, was then detained as a suspect. Novič's defenders appealed the district court's ruling but the Ljubljana Higher Court upheld the conviction. Following a request for protection of legality, the Supreme Court remanded the case for retrial before the alter panel. In the second trial, which began on December 18, 2018, judge Zvjezdan Radonjić acquitted Novič of the charges. Following an appeal by the State Prosecutor's Office, the Ljubljana Higher Court overturned the acquittal and returned the case to a court of first instance. In the third trial, Senate President Sinja Božičnik acquitted the accused of the charges of murder. The prosecution has announced an appeal but due to the statute of limitations for law enforcement, the case will never become final. The six-year trial, which took place on three levels of general courts, is considered one of the most high-profile cases in the history of the Republic of Slovenia.
Keywords:Criminal procedure, Novic, rule of law, court


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