An Opinion By A Federal Judge That States Agreement With The Outcome Of A Case

The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation is the highest court for civil, criminal, administrative, economic and other cases. It conducts a judicial review and clarifies various issues of judicial practice. I would feel the reluctance to accept the opinions I express in this case if I am not firmly convinced that they are feasible and that they can be taken without compromising the harmony of the Union or giving humility to the State courts. God keeps that the judiciary in these states for a while, even in their most modest divisions, doubts their own independence. As she decides on a subject that the country`s laws ultimately attribute to the review power of another court, she cannot feel such a doubt. The fear of justice is always mitigated by the fact that what we do is not definitive between the parties. And knowing that the parties, not the court, can be summoned to another court, there is no sense of dependence to feel. With this view, through legislation, avoiding judgments in state courts in cases where Congress has taken over the jurisdiction of the Constitution, and imposing sanctions on parties that unequivocally violate the constitutional rights of others – with a liberal extension of the ordinance and habeas corpus ad subjiciendum, I allow myself that the full scope of the power of constitutional review can be guaranteed in the United States. , and the benefits it brings to individuals without ever resorting to mandatory or restrictive procedures in state courts; A right that, I repeat, Congress has not asserted, nor has this court asserted, nor does it appear to be any need for affirmation. . .

. The challenge to the state`s action on legal or other grounds contrary to the Constitution has constitutional content, insofar as Article III requires a „case“ or „controversy“ that requires a party to the trial who has suffered or will be prejudiced, so that it is brought to present the subject „in an anti-competitive context and in a form historically considered to have a capacity to decide.“ 521 The liberalisation of the reputation of administrative law has been remarkable. In the summer of 1992, a meeting of the Supreme Judges of the Commonwealth of Independent States was held in Moscow. In his opening address, the Supreme Justice of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation expressed the hope that the meeting will help to resolve the problems common to the post-Soviet courts.