REFLECTIONS ON LEGAL NIHILISM
In the text of the paper, legal nihilism is understood as a selective, arbitrary and informal political-command implementation of law that results in its abuse. Political actors, judicial officials and citizens are detected as legal nihilists and all of them are characterized by deficient legal consciousness, . . .
WAITING FOR THE CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES – BETWEEN DE IURE AND THE FACTO JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE
In this article the author before all points out the main characteristics of judicial independence as a principle of key importance for realization of the rule of law, especially insisting at theoretical differentiation between de iure and de facto independence. Further, the author analyzes constitutional . . .
CONTINUOUS CRIMINAL INTERVENTIONISM ‒ AT THE BACKGROUND OF POLICY AND LAW
Although criminal law, as a system of legal norms, must constantly adapt to the conditions of contemporary crime, in the context of rapid and dynamic development of society and social relations, it should be a solid and relatively conservative system of regulations. The author gives an overview and analysis . . .