Judicial Expert Council Charter

Original Language Title: Tiesu ekspertu padomes nolikums

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 465 Riga, 30 June 2008 (pr. No 44 54) judicial expert Council Regulations Issued in accordance with the law of the judicial expert 23. the third paragraph of article i. General question 1. Judicial Expert Council (hereinafter Council) is a judicial expert management and supervisory bodies. II. Functions of the Council, and the right to ensure the objective 2 and the scientific expertise of the courts, the Council of the court expert statutory functions, as well as take care of the judicial expert professional prestige. 3. in order to ensure the performance of functions provided for by the Council, shall undertake the following tasks: evaluate judicial expert 3.1 candidate applications and the submission of the court expert certification test for sorting and decide on the permission to organize the quest;
3.2. at least every five years, organized the court expert certification test questions;
3.3. organizing the judicial nominees of experts training programs;
3.4. the approved training program on the examiner's specialties;
3.5. the Court approved expert certification test questions examiner's specialties;
3.6. organise training of judicial experts in reviewing the expert opinion;
3.7. record and compile judicial inspection methods used;
3.8. develop and approve the methodological instructions in the forensic field;
3.9. develop and approve the judicial code of Ethics experts;
3.10. submissions and complaints on the operation of the judicial expert;
3.11. proposals to the Ministry of Justice provides a unified national policy development and implementation in the area of expertise of courts;
3.12. organized judicial expert certification candidates and expert resertifikācij Court;
3.13. implement other court experts, the governing legislation in certain assignments. 4. the Council these rules determine the tasks provide necessary information forensic institutions and ministries, which subordinated to these offices are located, as well as be entitled to request and receive from the forensic institutions and ministries concerned for the functions of the Council of the necessary information. III. composition of the Council 5. The work of the Council chaired by the President of the Council. The President of the Council shall represent the Council without special authorisation. 6. the President of the Council in the absence of his duties shall be carried out by the Council's Vice Chairman. Deputy Chairman of the Council shall be appointed by the Minister of Justice. 7. The members of the Council on action the Council shall not receive remuneration. IV. meetings of the Council shall be convened by the President of the Council 8 Council meeting. 9. the Council shall convene regular meetings at least once every three months. For the current session of the Council shall notify the members of the Council not later than 10 days before the hearing. 10. extraordinary meeting of the Council may request the convening of a Council of not less than three members. Extraordinary meeting of the members of the Council shall notify not later than three days before the meeting. 11. the Council meetings are closed. With the permission of the President of the Council the Council may participate in the other person. 12. the Council are valid if they are sitting on more than half of the Board members. If the Council has not convened the Council valid, the next convened meeting of the month. 13. the Council decision shall be adopted by majority vote, a vote. Each Council Member has one vote. If the vote splits equal, the Chairman of the Board shall have a casting vote. 14. A member of the Council shall not vote, if this issue affects his professional activity. 15. the Council decision shall be entered in the minutes of the hearing. Council meeting minutes shall be signed by the Chairman and the Secretary of the Council and not later than five working days after the meeting sent to all Council members. The Prime Minister's site-traffic Minister a. shlesers Justice Minister g. Smith