A. A. Pos 1
Affiliations 1 Sumy State University, 2, Rymskogo-Korsakova st., 40007 Sumy,Ukraine
Issue Issue 6, Year 2017
Citation Pos A. A. Proposal and Verification of Investigative Versions, 6, 74-78 (2017)
DOI 10.21272/legalhorizons.2017.i6.p74
Keywords trial versions, version promotion, version verification, informational basis, rules for nomination and verification of versions, methods of logical thinking.
Annotation The article is devoted to the analysis of criminological provisions concerning promotion and verification of versions. The publication states that the nomination and verification of forensic versions is the intellectual activity of an investigator or other person authorized by law in order to construct a certain judgment regarding the crime.

The article contains an informational basis, which covers the actual and theoretical basis of information regarding the crime committed. The reasons for nominating forensic versions are specified, as well as the rules that should be used by the subjects of cognitive activity during promotion of versions.

Also described and described methods of logical thinking, which are used during the construction (nomination) of versions, namely: analysis and synthesis, induction, deduction and analogy. With these techniques, more informative versions are built.

After nominations, certain actions are being taken to gather and verify evidence. Concerning the verification of forensic versions, the article states that this process is carried out in order to establish the truth in the case. The verification process includes a parallel check of all proposed versions, so that from all available and probable versions, select only one that is directly related to the case.

When designing and verifying the versions, knowledge about the forensic structure of the crime is used, this allows you to systematize the actual version of the version, to trace the link between the elements of the crime.

The conclusions state that investigative versions are of great practical importance and are an obligatory element in the disclosure and investigation of crimes.