Functions and meaning of forensic theories of causality

Keywords: causality; criminology; forensic theory of causality; forensic methodology; functions.


The article deals with the actual questions of the forensic theory of causality. The author examines the meaning of this concept, analyzes the functions related to the development of theoretical criminalistic principles, and the application functions that are responsible for developing practical forensic recommendations for law enforcement practice.


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Zhuravel, Y., Donets, O., & Buhaichuk, V. (2020). Functions and meaning of forensic theories of causality. Fundamental and Applied Researches in Practice of Leading Scientific Schools, 40(4), 50-55. Retrieved from