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Cand. Sc. (Law), Associate Professor, Judge of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation

The article discusses the formation of judicial practice in the field of military public relations. The author notes that the military courts are not a newly emerged institution of the legal system of the Soviet or post-Soviet space, but they have passed a large and complex path of their development, which has a 300-year history, which is inseparably linked with landmarks of the state, with the dynamics of improving the entire judicial system of the country as a whole, with the main stages of the functioning of the Russian army. In the end of the article, the author sums up that the almost twenty-year period of the functioning of military courts in the conditions of the new Russian statehood testifies to the effectiveness and timeliness of their efforts to protect the rights and legitimate interests of servicemen, the implementation of independent justice, the creation of reliable legal measures to implement the rights and legitimate interests of servicemen by means judicial power, which is designed not only to ensure their protection, but also contribute to the strengthening of military discipline, enhance the fighting individuality and readiness of units and formations of military units of the country, and ultimately aims at protecting the interests of individuals, society and the state and national security through legal means.



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