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THE CRIMINAL-PROCEDURAL CODE OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

NO. 174-FZ OF DECEMBER 18, 2001

Passed by the State Duma on November 22, 2001
Approved by the Federation Council on December 5, 2001

Part One. General Provisions

Section I. Basic Provisions

Chapter 1. Criminal-Procedural Legislation


Article 1. Laws Defining the Order for the Criminal Court Proceedings
Article 2. Operation of the Criminal Procedural Law in Space
Article 3. Operation of the Criminal Procedural Law with Respect to Foreign Citizens and Stateless Persons
Article 4. Operation of the Criminal-Procedural Law in Time
Article 5. Principal Concepts, Used in this Code

Chapter 2. Principles of the Criminal Court Proceedings


Article 6. Purpose of the Criminal Court Proceedings
Article 7. Legality in the Criminal Court Procedure
Article 8. Administration of Justice by the Court Alone
Article 9. Respect of the Person's Honour and Dignity
Article 10. Immunity of the Person
Article 11. Protection of the Rights and Freedoms of Man and Citizen in the Criminal Court Proceedings
Article 12. Inviolability of the Living Quarters
Article 13. Privacy of the Correspondence, of the Telephone and Other Talks, of the Postal, Telegraph and Other Communications
Article 14. Presumption of Innocence
Article 15. Parties' Adversarial Nature
Article 16. Guaranteeing the Right to the Defence for the Suspect and for the Accused
Article 17. Freedom in the Assessment of Proofs
Article 18. Language of the Criminal Court Proceedings
Article 19. Right to File Appeals Against the Procedural Actions and Decisions

Chapter 3. Criminal Prosecution


Article 20. Kinds of the Criminal Prosecution
Article 21. Liability of Conducting the Criminal Prosecution
Article 22. Victim's Right to Participate in the Criminal Prosecution
Article 23. Involvement in the Criminal Prosecution at an Application of a Commercial or Other Organization

Chapter 4. Grounds for the Refusal in the Institution of a Criminal Case and for the Termination of the Criminal Case and of the Criminal Prosecution


Article 24. Grounds for the Refusal to Institute a Criminal Case or to Terminate the Criminal Case
Article 25. Termination of a Criminal Case in Connection with the Parties' Reconciliation
Article 26. Termination of a Criminal Case in Connection with a Change of the Situation
Article 27. Grounds for the Termination of the Criminal Prosecution
Article 28. Termination of the Criminal Prosecution in Connection with an Active Repentance

Section II. Participants in the Criminal Court Proceedings

Chapter 5. The Court


Article 29. Legal Powers of the Court
Article 30. Composition of the Court
Article 31. Jurisdiction of Criminal Cases
Article 32. Territorial Jurisdiction of a Criminal Case
Article 33. Determination of the Jurisdiction in Combining Criminal Cases
Article 34. Handing Over a Criminal Case in Accordance with the Jurisdiction
Article 35. Changing the Territorial Jurisdiction of a Criminal Case
Article 36. Inadmissibility of Disputes Concerning the Jurisdiction

Chapter 6. Participants in the Criminal Court Proceedings on the Side of the Prosecution


Article 37. The Prosecutor
Article 38. The Investigator
Article 39. Head of the Investigation Department
Article 40. The Body of Inquiry
Article 41. The Inquirer
Article 42. The Victim
Article 43. The Private Prosecutor
Article 44. The Civil Claimant
Article 45. Representatives of the Victim, of the Civil Claimant and of the Private Prosecutor

Chapter 7. Participants in the Criminal Court Proceedings on the Side of the Defence


Article 46. The Suspect
Article 47. The Accused
Article 48. Legal Representatives of an Under age Suspect and Accused
Article 49. The Counsel for the Defence
Article 50. Invitation, Appointment and Replacement of the Counsel for the Defence, and the Remuneration of His Labour
Article 51. Obligatory Participation of the Counsel for the Defence
Article 52. Refusal from the Counsel for the Defence
Article 53. Powers of the Counsel for the Defence
Article 54. The Civil Defendant
Article 55. Representative of the Civil Defendant

Chapter 8. Other Participants in the Criminal Court Proceedings


Article 56. The Witness
Article 57. The Expert
Article 58. The Specialist
Article 59. The Interpreter
Article 60. An Attesting Witness

Chapter 9. Circumstances, Precluding the Participation in the Criminal Court Proceedings


Article 61. Circumstances, Precluding the Participation in the Procedure on a Criminal Case
Article 62. Inadmissibility of the Participation in the Procedure on the Criminal Case of the Persons, Subject to Recusation
Article 63. Inadmissibility of the Judge's Repeated Participation in the Consideration of a Criminal Case
Article 64. Application of a Recusation Against the Judge
Article 65. Procedure for the Consideration of an Application of Recusation Against the Judge
Article 66. Disqualification of the Prosecutor
Article 67. Recusation of the Investigator or of the Inquirer
Article 68. Recusation of the Secretary of the Court Session
Article 69. Recusation of the Interpreter
Article 70. Recusation of the Expert
Article 71. Recusation of the Specialist
Article 72. Circumstances, Precluding the Participation in the Procedure on a Criminal Case of the Counsel for the Defence and of the Representative of the Victim, of the Civil Claimant or of the Civil Defendant

Section III. Proofs and Proving

Chapter 10. Proofs in the Criminal Court Proceedings


Article 73. Circumstances Subject to Proving
Article 74. Proofs
Article 75. Inadmissible Proofs
Article 76. Evidence of the Suspect
Article 77. Evidence of the Accused
Article 78. Evidence of the Victim
Article 79. Evidence of the Witness
Article 80. Conclusion and Evidence of the Expert and Specialist
Article 81. Demonstrative Proofs
Article 82. Storage of Demonstrative Proofs
Article 83. Reports on the Investigative Actions and Protocols of the Court Session
Article 84. Other Documents

Chapter 11. Proving


Article 85. Proving
Article 86. Collection of Proofs
Article 87. Checking the Proofs
Article 88. Rules for the Assessment of Proofs
Article 89. Using Results of the Operational-Search Activity in Proving
Article 90. Prejudice

Section IV. Measures of the Procedural Coercion

Chapter 12. Detention of the Suspect


Article 91. Grounds for the Detention of the Suspect
Article 92. Procedure for the Detention of the Suspect
Article 93. Personal Search of the Suspect
Article 94. Grounds for the Release of the Suspect
Article 95. Procedure for Holding the Suspects in Custody
Article 96. Notification on Detaining the Suspect

Chapter 13. Measures of Restriction


Article 97. Grounds for Selecting a Measure of Restriction
Article 98. Measures of Restriction
Article 99. Circumstances Taken into Account When Selecting a Measure of Restriction
Article 100. Selecting a Measure of Restriction Towards the Suspect
Article 101. Resolution and Ruling on the Selection of a Measure of Restriction
Article 102. Recognizance Not to Leave
Article 103. Personal Guarantee
Article 104. Surveillance by the Command of a Military Unit
Article 105. Keeping an Eye on an Under age Suspect or Accused
Article 106. Bail
Article 107. Home Arrest
Article 108. Taking into Custody
Article 109. Time Terms for Holding in Custody
Article 110. Cancellation or Change of a Measure of Restriction

Chapter 14. Other Measures of the Procedural Coercion


Article 111. Grounds for an Application of Other Measures of the Procedural Coercion
Article 112. Obligation to Come
Article 113. Forcible Bringing
Article 114. Temporary Dismissal from the Post
Article 115. Putting the Property under Arrest
Article 116. Specifics in the Procedure for Putting under Arrest the Securities
Article 117. Monetary Penalty
Article 118. Procedure for Imposing a Monetary Penalty and for Handing Over the Bail into the Revenue of the State

Section V. Petitions and Complaints

Chapter 15. Petitions


Article 119. Persons Enjoying the Right to File a Petition
Article 120. Filing a Petition
Article 121. Time Terms for Examining a Petition
Article 122. Resolution of the Petition

Chapter 16. Filing Appeals Against the Actions and Decisions of the Court and of the Officials, Conducting the Criminal Court Proceedings


Article 123. The Right to Appeal
Article 124. Procedure for the Consideration of a Complaint by the Public Prosecutor
Article 125. Court Procedure for Considering Complaints
Article 126. Procedure for Lodging a Complaint of the Suspect or the Accused, Held in Custody
Article 127. Complaint and Presentation Against the Sentence, Ruling or Resolution of the Court

Section VI. Other Provisions

Chapter 17. Procedural Terms. Procedural Outlays


Article 128. Computation of the Term
Article 129. Observation and Extension of the Term
Article 130. Restoration of a Missed Term
Article 131. Procedural Outlays
Article 132. Exaction of the Procedural Outlays

Chapter 18. Rehabilitation


Article 133. Grounds for the Appearance of the Right to Rehabilitation
Article 134. Recognizing the Right to Rehabilitation
Article 135. Compensation for the Property Damage
Article 136. Recompense of the Moral Damage
Article 137. Appeal Against the Decision on Making the Payments
Article 138. Reinstatement of the Other Rights of the Rehabilitated Person
Article 139. Recompense of the Damage to Legal Entities

Part Two. Pre-Trial Procedure

Section VII. Institution of a Criminal Case

Chapter 19. Reasons and Grounds for the Institution of a Criminal Case


Article 140. Reasons and Grounds for the Institution of a Criminal Case
Article 141. Application on a Crime
Article 142. Giving Oneself Up
Article 143. Report on the Exposure of the Signs of a Crime
Article 144. Procedure for Considering the Communication on a Crime
Article 145. Decisions Taken by the Results of Considering the Communication on a Crime

Chapter 20. Procedure for the Institution of a Criminal Case


Article 146. Institution of a Criminal Case of the Public Prosecution
Article 147. Institution of a Criminal Case of the Private-Public Prosecution
Article 148. Refusal in the Institution of a Criminal Case
Article 149. Directing a Criminal Case

Section VIII. Preliminary Inquisition

Chapter 21. General Terms for the Preliminary Inquisition


Article 150. Forms of the Preliminary Inquisition
Article 151. Investigative Jurisdiction
Article 152. Place of Conducting a Preliminary Inquisition
Article 153. Combining of Criminal Cases
Article 154. Separation of a Criminal Case
Article 155. Severance into a Separate Procedure of the Criminal Case Materials
Article 156. Start of the Procedure of the Preliminary Inquisition
Article 157. Procedure for Urgent Investigative Actions
Article 158. End of the Preliminary Inquisition
Article 158.1. Restoration of Criminal Cases
Article 159. Obligatory Nature of Examining the Petition
Article 160. Measures of Care for the Children and the Dependents of the Suspect or of the Accused, and Measures for Ensuring the Security of His Property
Article 161. Inadmissibility of Divulging the Data of the Preliminary Inquisition

Chapter 22. Preliminary Investigation


Article 162. Term of the Preliminary Investigation
Article 163. Conducting a Preliminary Investigation by an Investigative Group
Article 164. General Rules for Conducting Investigative Actions
Article 165. Judicial Procedure for Obtaining Permission for the Performance of an Investigative Action
Article 166. Protocol of an Investigative Action
Article 167. Certification of the Fact of Refusal to Sign or of the Impossibility to Sign the Protocol of an Investigative Action
Article 168. Participation of a Specialist
Article 169. Participation of an Interpreter
Article 170. Participation of Attesting Witnesses

Chapter 23. Taking to Court as the Accused. Bringing the Charge


Article 171. Procedure for an Involvement as the Accused
Article 172. Procedure for Bringing a Charge
Article 173. Interrogation of the Accused
Article 174. Protocol of an Interrogation of the Accused
Article 175. Amendment and Extension of the Charge. Partial Termination of the Criminal Prosecution

Chapter 24. Examination. Inspection. Investigative Experiment


Article 176. Grounds for an Examination
Article 177. Procedure for an Examination
Article 178. External Examination of a Corpse. Exhumation
Article 179. Inspection
Article 180. Protocols of an Examination and of an Inspection
Article 181. Investigative Experiment

Chapter 25. Search. Seizure. Putting the Postal and Telegraph Messages under Arrest. Monitoring and Recording of Talks


Article 182. Grounds and Procedure for Making a Search
Article 183. Grounds and Order for Making a Seizure
Article 184. Personal Search
Article 185. Putting under Arrest the Postal and Telegraph Dispatches, Their Examination and Seizure
Article 186. Monitoring and Recording of Talks

Chapter 26. Interrogation. Identification Line-Up. Identification. Verification of the Evidence


Article 187. Place and Time of an Interrogation
Article 188. Procedure for the Summons to an Interrogation
Article 189. General Rules for Conducting an Interrogation
Article 190. Protocol of an Interrogation
Article 191. Specifics in an Interrogation of an Under age Victim or Witness
Article 192. Identification Line-Up
Article 193. Presenting for an Identification
Article 194. Verification of the Evidence on the Spot

Chapter 27. Carrying Out a Legal Expertise


Article 195. Procedure for an Appointment of a Legal Expertise
Article 196. Obligatory Appointment of a Legal Expertise
Article 197. Investigator's Presence at the Performance of a Legal Expertise
Article 198. Rights of the Suspect, the Accused, the Victim and of the Witness in an Appointment and the Performance of a Legal Expertise
Article 199. Procedure for Forwarding the Criminal Case Materials for Carrying Out a Legal Expertise
Article 200. Commission Legal Expertise
Article 201. Complex Legal Expertise
Article 202. Receiving Samples for a Comparative Study
Article 203. Placement into a Medical or Psychiatric Stationary Hospital for Carrying Out a Legal Expertise
Article 204. Expert's Conclusion
Article 205. Interrogation of the Expert
Article 206. Presentation of the Expert's Conclusion
Article 207. Additional and Repeated Legal Expertises

Chapter 28. Suspension and Resumption of the Preliminary Investigation


Article 208. Grounds, Procedure and Time Terms for the Suspension of the Preliminary Investigation
Article 209. Investigator's Actions After Suspending the Preliminary Investigation
Article 210. Search for the Suspect, the Accused
Article 211. Resumption of the Suspended Preliminary Investigation

Chapter 29. Termination of a Criminal Case


Article 212. Grounds for the Termination of a Criminal Case and of the Criminal Prosecution
Article 213. Resolution on the Termination of a Criminal Case and of the Criminal Prosecution
Article 214. Cancelling the Resolution on Terminating a Criminal Case or the Criminal Prosecution

Chapter 30. Forwarding a Criminal Case with the Conclusion of Guilt to the Prosecutor


Article 215. Completing a Preliminary Investigation with the Conclusion of Guilt
Article 216. Getting Acquainted with the Criminal Case Materials by the Victim, Civil Claimant, Civil Defendant and Their Representatives
Article 217. Getting Acquainted with the Criminal Case Materials by the Accused and by His Counsel for the Defence
Article 218. Protocol of Getting Acquainted with the Criminal Case Materials
Article 219. Resolving a Petition
Article 220. Conclusion of Guilt

Chapter 31. Prosecutor's Actions and Decisions on the Criminal Case, Which Came In with the Conclusion of Guilt


Article 221. Public Prosecutor's Decision on the Criminal Case
Article 222. Forwarding the Criminal Case to the Court

Chapter 32. The Inquest


Article 223. Procedure and Term for the Inquiry
Article 224. Specifics in the Selection of Taking into Custody as a Measure of Restriction
Article 225. Bill of Indictment
Article 226. Public Prosecutor's Decision on the Criminal Case That Has Come In with the Bill of Indictment

Part Three. Court Proceedings

Section IX. Procedure in a Court of the First Instance

Chapter 33. General Procedure of Preparation for a Court Session


Article 227. Judge's Powers in a Criminal Case Which Has Come to the Court
Article 228. Questions to Be Clarified on the Criminal Case Which Has Arrived at the Court
Article 229. Grounds for Conducting a Preliminary Hearing
Article 230. Measures to Provide for a Civil Claim and for a Probable Confiscation of the Property
Article 231. Appointment of a Court Session
Article 232. Summons to a Court Session
Article 233. Time Term for the Start of the Proceedings in a Court Session

Chapter 34. Preliminary Hearing


Article 234. Procedure for Conducting a Preliminary Hearing
Article 235. Petition for Excluding a Proof
Article 236. Kinds of Decisions Taken by the Judge at a Preliminary Hearing
Article 237. Sending a Criminal Case Back to the Public Prosecutor
Article 238. Suspension of the Criminal Court Proceedings
Article 239. Termination of a Criminal Case or of the Criminal Prosecution

Chapter 35. General Conditions for the Judicial Proceedings


Article 240. Directness and Verbal Nature
Article 241. Openness
Article 242. Invariability of the Court Composition
Article 243. Presiding Justice
Article 244. Parties' Equality
Article 245. Secretary of the Court Session
Article 246. Participation of the Public Prosecutor
Article 247. Participation of the Defendant
Article 248. Participation of a Counsel for the Defence
Article 249. Participation of the Victim
Article 250. Participation of the Civil Claimant and of the Civil Defendant
Article 251. Participation of the Specialist
Article 252. Scope of the Judicial Proceedings
Article 253. Putting Off and Suspension of the Judicial Proceedings
Article 254. Termination of the Criminal Case in a Court Session
Article 255. Resolving the Question of a Measure of Restriction
Article 256. Procedure for Passing a Ruling or a Resolution
Article 257. Rules of the Court Session
Article 258. Measures of Impact for a Violation of the Order in a Court Session
Article 259. Protocol of a Court Session
Article 260. Comments on the Protocol of a Court Session

Chapter 36. Preparatory Part of a Court Session


Article 261. Opening a Court Session
Article 262. Checking the Attendance at the Court
Article 263. Explaining His Rights to the Interpreter
Article 264. Removal of Witnesses from the Courtroom
Article 265. Identification of the Defendant's Person and of the Timely Handing In to Him a Copy of the Conclusion of Guilt or of the Bill of Indictment ]
Article 266. Announcement of the Court Composition and the Other Participants in the Judicial Proceedings and Explaining to Them the Right of Objection
Article 267. Explaining His Rights to the Defendant
Article 268. Explaining Their Rights to the Victim, the Civil Claimant and the Civil Defendant
Article 269. Explaining His Rights to the Expert
Article 270. Explanation of His Rights to the Specialist
Article 271. Entering and Resolving Petitions
Article 272. Resolving the Question of the Possibility to Examine a Criminal Case in the Absence of a Participant in the Criminal Court Proceedings

Chapter 37. Judicial Investigation


Article 273. Beginning of the Judicial Investigation
Article 274. Procedure for the Study of the Proofs
Article 275. Interrogation of the Defendant
Article 276. Announcement of the Defendant's Testimony
Article 277. Interrogation of the Victim
Article 278. Interrogation of Witnesses
Article 279. Making Use of Written Notes and Documents by the Victim and by the Witness
Article 280. Specifics in an Interrogation of an Under Age Victim and Witness
Article 281. Announcement of the Evidence of the Victim and of the Witness
Article 282. Interrogation of the Expert
Article 283. Performance of a Legal Expertise
Article 284. Examination of Demonstrative Proofs
Article 285. Reading Out the Protocols of Investigative Actions and the Other Documents
Article 286. Enclosure of Documents, Submitted to the Court, to the Criminal Case Materials
Article 287. Examination of the Locality and of the Premises
Article 288. Investigative Experiment
Article 289. Presenting for an Identification
Article 290. Identification
Article 291. Completing the Judicial Investigation

Chapter 38. Parties' Presentations and the Last Plea of the Defendant


Article 292. Content and Procedure for the Parties' Presentations
Article 293. Last Plea of the Defendant
Article 294. Resumption of the Judicial Investigation
Article 295.Departure of the Court to the Retiring Room for Passing a Sentence

Chapter 39. Passing the Sentence


Article 296. Passing the Sentence on Behalf of the Russian Federation
Article 297. Legality, Substantiation and Justice of the Sentence
Article 298. Secrecy of the Judges' Conference
Article 299. Questions Resolved by the Court in Passing the Sentence
Article 300. Resolving the Question of the Defendant's Sanity
Article 301. Procedure of the Judges' Conference in the Collegiate Consideration of a Criminal Case
Article 302. Kinds of Sentences
Article 303. Compiling the Sentence
Article 304. Introductory Part of the Sentence
Article 305. Descriptive-Motivation Part of the Judgement of Acquittal
Article 306. Resolutive Part of the Sentence of Acquittal
Article 307. Descriptive-Motivation Part of the Judgement of Conviction
Article 308. Resolutive Part of the Judgement of Conviction
Article 309. Other Questions to Be Resolved in the Resolutive Part of the Sentence
Article 310. Pronouncement of the Sentence
Article 311. Release of the Defendant from Custody
Article 312. Handing In a Copy of the Sentence
Article 313. Questions to Be Resolved by the Court Simultaneously with Passing a Sentence

Section X. Special Order of the Judicial Proceedings

Chapter 40. Special Procedure for Taking a Court Decision if the Accused Agrees with the Charge Brought Against Him


Article 314. Grounds for an Application of a Special Procedure for Taking a Court Decision
Article 315. Procedure for Filing a Petition
Article 316. Procedure for Holding Court Session and Passing the Sentence
Article 317. Limits for an Appeal Against the Sentence

Section XI. Specifics of the Procedure at the Justice of the Peace

Chapter 41. Proceedings on Criminal Cases, Placed under the Jurisdiction of the Justice of the Peace


Article 318. Institution of a Criminal Case of the Private Prosecution
Article 319. Powers of the Justice of the Peace on a Criminal Case of the Private Prosecution
Article 320. Powers of the Justice of the Peace on a Criminal Case with a Bill of Indictment
Article 321. Examination of a Criminal Case in a Court Session
Article 322. Sentence of a Justice of the Peace
Article 323. Filing an Appeal Against the Sentence and the Resolution of a Justice of the Peace

Section XII. Specifics of the Procedure in a Court with the Participation of Jurors

Chapter 42. Procedure on Criminal Cases Considered by a Court with the Participation of Jurors


Article 324. Order of the Proceedings in a Court with the Participation of Jurors
Article 325. Specifics in Conducting a Preliminary Hearing
Article 326. Compiling a Preliminary List of Jurors
Article 327. Preparatory Part of a Court Session
Article 328. Formation of a College of Jurors
Article 329. Replacement of a Juror with a Reserve One
Article 330. Dismissal of the Jury Because of the Biased Nature of Its Composition
Article 331. Senior Juror
Article 332. Taking an Oath by the Jurors
Article 333. Rights of the Jurors
Article 334. Powers of the Judge and of the Jurors
Article 335.Specifics of the Judicial Investigation in a Court with the Participation of Jurors
Article 336. Parties' Presentations
Article 337. Retorts of the Parties and the Last Plea of the Defendant
Article 338. Raising Questions to Be Resolved by the Jurors
Article 339. Content of Questions Put to the Jurors
Article 340. Charging Word of the Presiding Justice
Article 341. Secret of the Jurors' Conference
Article 342. Procedure for Holding the Conference and the Voting in the Retiring Room
Article 343. Passing a Verdict
Article 344. Additional Explanations of the Presiding Justice. Resumption of the Judicial Investigation
Article 345. Proclamation of the Verdict
Article 346. Actions of the Presiding Justice After the Proclamation of the Verdict
Article 347. Discussion of the Consequences of the Verdict
Article 348. Obligatory Character of the Verdict
Article 349. Legal Consequences of Recognizing the Defendant as Deserving Leniency
Article 350. Kinds of Decisions, Taken by the Presiding Justice
Article 351. Passing the Sentence
Article 352.Terminating an Examination of the Criminal Case Because of the Established Defendant's Insanity
Article 353. Specifics in Keeping the Protocol of a Court Session

Section XIII. Procedure in a Court of the Second Instance

Chapter 43. Statutory and Cassation Appeals of Judicial Decisions, Which Have Not Come into Legal Force


Article 354. Right of the Statutory and of the Cassation Appeal
Article 355. Procedure for Filing a Complaint and a Presentation
Article 356. Time Terms for Filing an Appeal Against Sentences
Article 357. Procedure for the Restoration of the Term of an Appeal
Article 358. Notification on the Filed Complaints and Presentations
Article 359. Consequences of Filing a Complaint or a Presentation
Article 360. Limits of an Examination of a Criminal Case by a Court of the Appeals or of the Cassation Instance

Chapter 44. Appeals Procedure for Considering a Criminal Case


Article 361. Object of the Judicial Proceedings on a Criminal Case
Article 362. Time Terms for the Start of an Examination of a Criminal Case in the Appeals Instance
Article 363. Appeal or Presentation
Article 364. Appointment and Preparation of the Court Session of a Court of the Appeals Instance
Article 365. Judicial Investigation
Article 366. Parties' Presentations. The Last Plea of the Defendant
Article 367. Decisions, Passed by a Court of the Appeals Instance
Article 368. Passing the Sentence
Article 369. Grounds for the Cancellation or Alteration of the Sentence of the First Instance Court
Article 370. Cancellation or Modification of the Sentence of Acquittal
Article 371. Appeal Against the Sentence and the Resolution of a Court of the Appeals Instance
Article 372. Protocol of a Court Session

Chapter 45. Cassation Procedure for the Consideration of a Criminal Case


Article 373. Object of the Judicial Proceedings in a Court of the Cassation Instance
Article 374. Time Terms for Examining a Criminal Case by a Court of the Cassation Instance
Article 375. Cassational Appeals and Presentations
Article 376. Appointment of a Court Session
Article 377. Procedure for an Examination of the Criminal Case by a Court of the Cassation Instance
Article 378. Decisions, Adopted by a Court of the Cassation Instance
Article 379. Grounds for Revoking or Amending the Court Decision in Accordance with the Cassation Procedure
Article 380. Non-Correspondence Between the Conclusions of the Court, Expounded in the Sentence, and the Factual Circumstances of the Criminal Case
Article 381. Violation of the Criminal-Procedural Law
Article 382. Incorrect Application of the Criminal Law
Article 383. Unjustness of the Sentence
Article 384. Cancellation of a Sentence of Conviction with the Termination of the Criminal Case
Article 385. Cancellation of a Sentence of Acquittal
Article 386. Cancellation of the Sentence with Sending the Criminal Case for New Judicial Proceedings
Article 387. Alteration of the Sentence
Article 388. Cassation Ruling
Article 389. Repeated Examination of a Criminal Case by a Court of the Cassation Instance

Section XIV. Execution of the Sentence

Chapter 46. Presentation of the Sentences, Rulings and Resolutions to Execution


Article 390. Entry of the Sentence into Force and Its Presentation to Execution
Article 391. Entry of a Court Ruling or Resolution into Legal Force and Its Presentation to Execution
Article 392. Obligatory Nature of the Court Sentence, Ruling and Resolution
Article 393. Procedure for Presenting to Execution the Court Sentence, Ruling and Resolution
Article 394. Notification about the Presentation of the Sentence to Execution
Article 395. Granting the Relations a Meeting with the Convict

Chapter 47. Procedure for the Examination and Resolution of Legal Matters, Involved in the Execution of the Sentence


Article 396. Courts Resolving the Questions, Involved in the Execution of the Sentence
Article 397.Questions, Subject to Consideration by the Court During the Execution of the Sentence
Article 398. Putting Off the Execution of the Sentence
Article 399. Procedure for Resolving Questions, Involved in the Execution of the Sentence
Article 400. Examination of the Petition on Clearing a Criminal Record
Article 401. Appeal Against the Court Resolution

Section XV. Revision of the Sentences, Rulings and Resolutions, Which Have Come into Legal Force

Chapter 48. Procedure at a Supervisory Agency


Article 402. Right of Appeal Against a Court Sentence, Ruling and Resolution, Which Have Come into Legal Force
Article 403. Courts Considering a Supervisory Complaint or Presentation
Article 404. Procedure for Filing a Supervisory Complaint or Presentation
Article 405. Inadmissibility of a Turn for the Worse in Revising a Judicial Decision by Way of Supervision
Article 406. Procedure for Examining a Supervisory Complaint or Presentation
Article 407. Procedure for Examining a Criminal Case by a Court of the Supervision Instance
Article 408. Decision of a Court of the Supervision Instance
Article 409. Grounds for Cancelling or Amending the Judicial Decision, Which has Come into Legal Force
Article 410. Limits of the Rights of the Supervision Instance Court
Article 411.Examining a Criminal Case after the Cancellation of the Initial Court Sentence or of the Ruling of a Court of the Cassation Instance
Article 412. Filing of Repeated Supervisory Complaints or Presentations

Chapter 49. Resumption of the Procedure on a Criminal Case Because of the New or the Newly-Revealed Circumstances


Article 413.Grounds for Resumption of the Proceedings on a Criminal Case Because of the New or the Newly Revealed Circumstances
Article 414. Time Terms for the Resumption of the Proceedings
Article 415. Institution of the Proceedings
Article 416. Public Prosecutor's Actions after Completing the Verification or Inquisition
Article 417.Procedure for the Court's Resolution of the Question of Resuming the Proceedings on a Criminal Case
Article 418. Judicial Decision on the Conclusion of the Public Prosecutor
Article 419. Proceedings on a Criminal Case After the Cancellation of the Judicial Decisions

Part Four. Special Order of the Criminal Court Proceedings

Section XVI. Specifics of the Procedure on the Individual Categories of Criminal Cases

Chapter 50. Procedure on Criminal Cases Against the Under Age


Article 420. Procedure for the Proceedings on Criminal Cases Against the Under Age
Article 421. Circumstances, Subject to Establishment
Article 422. Putting Apart into a Separate Procedure a Criminal Case with Respect to an Under Age
Article 423. Detention of an Under Age Suspect. Selection of a Measure of Restriction for an Under Age Suspect or Accused
Article 424. Procedure for Summoning an Under Age Suspect or Accused
Article 425. Interrogation of an Under Age Suspect or Accused
Article 426. Participation of the Legal Representative of an Under Age Suspect or Accused in the Process of Pre-Trial Proceedings on a Criminal Case
Article 427. Termination of the Criminal Prosecution with an Application of a Coercive Educational Measure
Article 428. Participation of the Legal Representative of an Under Age Defendant in the Court Session
Article 429. Removal of an Under Age Defendant from the Courtroom
Article 430. Questions Resolved by the Court in Passing the Sentence with Respect to an Under Age
Article 431. Release of an Under Age Defendant by the Court from Criminal Responsibility with an Application of Coercive Measures of an Educational Impact
Article 432. Release of a Juvenile Defendant by the Court from Punishment with the Application of Compulsory Educational Measures or with Sending Him to a Special Closed-Type Teaching and Educational Institution of the Education Governing Body

Chapter 51. Procedure on the Application of Coercive Measures of Medical Nature


Article 433. Grounds for the Proceedings on Applying Coercive Measures of Medical Nature
Article 434. Circumstances, Subject to Proving
Article 435. Putting into a Stationary Mental Hospital
Article 436. Separation of a Criminal Case
Article 437. Participation of the Legal Representative
Article 438. Participation of the Counsel for the Defence
Article 439. Completing the Preliminary Investigation
Article 440. Appointment of a Court Session
Article 441. Judicial Proceedings
Article 442. Questions, Resolved by the Court When Adopting the Decision on the Criminal Case
Article 443. Court Resolution
Article 444. Procedure for Lodging an Appeal Against a Court Resolution
Article 445. Termination, Amendment and Extension of a Coercive Measure of Medical Nature
Article 446. Resumption of the Criminal Case with Respect to the Person, Towards Whom a Coercive Measure of Medical Nature Is Applied

Section XVII. Specifics of the Procedure on Criminal Cases Against the Individual Categories of Persons

Chapter 52. Specifics of the Procedure on Criminal Cases Against the Individual Categories of Persons


Article 447. Categories of Persons, with Respect to Whom a Special Procedure on Criminal Cases Is Applied
Article 448. Institution of a Criminal Case
Article 449. Detention
Article 450. Specifics in the Selection of a Measure of Restriction and in the Performance of the Individual Investigative Actions
Article 451. Directing a Criminal Case to Court
Article 452.Examination of a Criminal Case with Respect to a Member of the Federation Council, a Deputy of the State Duma or a Judge of the Federal Court

Part Five. International Cooperation in the Sphere of Criminal Court Proceedings

Section XVIII. Procedure for an Interaction of the Courts, Prosecutors, Investigators and the Bodies of Inquest with the Corresponding Competent Bodies and Officials of Foreign States and with International Organizations

Chapter 53. Principal Provisions on the Procedure for an Interaction of the Courts, Prosecutors, Investigators and the Bodies of Inquest with the Corresponding Competent Bodies and Officials of Foreign States and with International Organizations


Article 453. Directing an Inquiry for Legal Assistance
Article 454. Content and Form of the Inquiry
Article 455. Legal Force of the Proofs, Obtained on the Territory of a Foreign State
Article 456.Summoning the Witness, Victim, Expert, Civil Claimant, Civil Defendant and Their Representatives, Who Are Out of the Territory of the Russian Federation
Article 457. Execution of an Inquiry on Legal Assistance in the Russian Federation
Article 458. Directing the Criminal Case Materials for Conducting the Criminal Prosecution
Article 459. Execution of the Inquiries on Carrying Out the Criminal Prosecution or on Instituting a Criminal Case on the Territory of the Russian Federation

Chapter 54. Extradition of a Person for the Criminal Prosecution or for the Execution of the Sentence


Article 460. Directing an Inquiry on the Extradition of a Person, Staying on the Territory of a Foreign State
Article 461. Limits of Criminal Responsibility of the Person, Extradited to the Russian Federation
Article 462.Execution of an Inquiry on the Extradition of a Person, Staying on the Territory of the Russian Federation
Article 463. Appealing the Decision on the Person's Extradition and the Judicial Check-Up of Its Legality and Substantiation
Article 464. Refusal in the Extradition of a Person
Article 465. Postponement of the Person's Extradition and the Extradition of a Person for a Time
Article 466. Selection or Application of a Selected Measure of Restriction to Provide for the Person's Probable Extradition
Article 467. Handing Over the Extradited Person
Article 468. Handing Over the Objects

Chapter 55. Handing Over the Person Sentenced to the Deprivation of Freedom, for Serving the Sentence in the State of Which He Is a Citizen


Article 469. Grounds for Handing Over the Person, Sentenced to the Deprivation of Liberty
Article 470. Procedure for Considering by Court the Issues Connected with Handing Over a Person Sentenced to Deprivation of Liberty
Article 471. Reasons for the Refusal to Hand Over the Person, Sentenced to the Deprivation of Liberty for Serving Punishment in the State of Which He/She Is a Citizen
Article 472. Procedure for the Court's Resolution of Questions, Involved in Execution of the Sentence Passed by Court of a Foreign State
Article 473. Abolished

Part Six. Forms of Procedural Documents

Section XIX. Using Forms of Procedural Documents

Chapter 56. Procedure for Using Forms of Procedural Documents


Article 474. Formalization of Proceedings and Decisions Using Forms of Procedural Documents
Article 475. Formalizing Proceedings and Decisions, If Forms of Procedural Documents Are Absent into the List Provided for by Chapter 57 of This Code

Chapter 57. List of Procedural Documents' Forms



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