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Pre-trial and Trial Proceedings Against Organized Crime: An Assessment

27.01.2008

(2008 – 2009)

The effectiveness of the Bulgarian judicial system has been questioned for years. This project looks at specific cases instituted against organized crime, examining their progress in detail. Its main purpose is to bring trial proceedings out of anonymity and to sort out the methods that have led to their success or failure. The project will build a publicly accessible database on the cases instituted against organized crime and produce a report containing an effectiveness assessment of the Bulgarian judicial system’s work in proceedings against organized crime.

Leading Expert: Tatiana Vaksberg

tatiana.vaksberg@riskmonitor.bg

The project is financed by the Trust for Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe

Trust for Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe