About the Supreme Court

Public sessions

 

When making a decision on an appeal, the Supreme Court shall inform about the panel session (Article 475 of the Criminal Procedure Act) a defendant and his or her defense counsel as well as an injured person acting as a plaintiff or a private plaintiff who demand information about the session or propose a hearing to be held before the court of second instance within the period prescribed for lodging an appeal (Article 463 of the CPA) or response to an appeal (Article 473 of the CPA).

If a defendant is held in detention or serves a sentence and has a defense attorney, his or her presence shall be secured only in the case the presiding judge or the panel find it appropriate.

Public sessions in criminal procedures, cases involving the Second Instance Disciplinary Council for Notaries and appeals against the decisions of the Higher Disciplinary Court of the Croatian Bar Association...

This project has been funded by the European Union