Constitutional Problems of Depersonalizing Judicial Procedural Decisions

Jurisprudencija: Mokslo darbu žurnalas 117 (3):41-58 (2009)
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Abstract

This publication analyzes the issue of depersonalization in the field of constitutional substantiation of judicial resolutions, judgements, verdicts and rulings (hereinafter, judicial procedural decisions). Electronic databases are the primary source of information about judicial procedural resolutions for judges, reporters, as well as for the public-at-large. As for judicial practice, the data regarding parties of a case is depersonalised in these databases. Personal names are either replaced with initials, or a message “depersonalized data” is included. The constitutional substantiation for such a ruling by a judicial council is sought by means of this publication

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