LexInter | June 14, 2015 | 0 Comments


Procedure by which the investigating magistrate gathers evidence on the commission of an offense, acting in charge and in defense.

At the end of his instruction, the investigating magistrate decides to refer to the trial court persons against whom there are charges (order for referral) or decides that there is no binding (order of dismissal).

The first degree of instruction is the investigating judge , the second degree is the indictment chamber, judgmental formation of the court of appeal, which hears appeals against the decisions of investigating judges and judges. freedoms and detention.

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