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A 22-year-old man who was a former idol admits the content of the indictment ...

 
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At the first trial held at the Toyohashi branch of the Nagoya District Court on the 7th, Defendant Kuroda admitted the content of the indictment, saying, "There is no doubt."
 

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Nagoya District Court

Nagoya District Court(Nagoya Chihosaibansho)AichiNagoya cityIt is inJapan OfDistrict courtOne of theAichiHave jurisdiction over.AbbreviationIt is,Nagoya District Court, Famous District Court(Nagoya Chisai, Meichisai).Ichinomiya,solder,(I.e.,ToyohashiHas a branch office.

Overview

In addition to the main office located in Naka-ku, Nagoya City, which has jurisdiction over Aichi Prefecture,Ichinomiya,Handa City,岡 崎 市,ToyohashiDistrict court and 4 citiesFamily courtBranch is set up.Furthermore, in addition to the above 5 locationsKasugai City,Seto City,Tsushima,Inuyama,Anjo City,Toyota City,ShinshiroIn 7 places including 12 placesSummary courtIs installed.There are also six, Nagoya Daiichi, Nagoya Daini, Ichinomiya, Handa, Okazaki, and Toyohashi.Prosecution examination committeeIs also installed.

Address

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Nagoya District Court Main Office
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Nagoya District Court Ichinomiya Branch
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Nagoya District Court Handa Branch
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Nagoya District Court Okazaki Branch
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Nagoya District Court Toyohashi Branch

jurisdiction

Main office

Handa branch

Ichinomiya branch

Okazaki branch

Toyohashi branch

* However, administrative cases, consultation cases under the jurisdiction of the Handa branch, and juvenile cases are handled by the main office.

* The main office, Handa, and Ichinomiya branch jurisdictionCriminal trial involving judgesIs the main office, and criminal trials in which lay judges under the jurisdiction of the Okazaki and Toyohashi branches participate are conducted at the Okazaki branch.

* Technical intellectual property rights cases such as patent rightsTokyo District CourtHandles.In some cases, the Nagoya District Court ruled in intellectual property rights cases before March 2005.

Successive directors

  • (November 1980, 11-October 2, 1982, Nagoya High Court General Judge)
  • (October 1982, 10-June 2, 1984 Retired)
  • (April 1984, 4-March 1, 1986 Tokyo High CourtDepartment general judge)
  • (October 1986, 1-June 17, 1988 Retired)
  • (April 1988, 2-March 1, 1989 Takamatsu High CourtSecretary)
  • (April 1989, 12-March 21, 1992 Hiroshima High CourtSecretary)
  • (October 1992, 5-June 27, 1993 Retired)
  • (February 1993, 11-February 8, 1995 retirement age)
  • (February 1995, 11-February 17, 1998 retirement age)
  • Takeo Inaba(October 1998-August 10, Secretary of the Hiroshima High Court)
  • (Jan 2000-May 8 Sendai High CourtSecretary)
  • Atsushi Ouchi(Jan 2002-May 11 Sapporo High CourtSecretary)
  • Masaru Moriwaki(December 2004-March 12 Retired from application,Refugee Examination Counselor)
  • Shiro Kumada(January 2007-June 3 Retired,Nagoya Summary CourtJudge, refugee examination counselor)
  • (July 2008-May 7 Retired as a petitioner, Director of Traffic Accident Dispute Resolution Center, Director of Nagoya Branch)
  • (May 2010-December 5 Retired, Judge of Nagoya Simple Court)
  • Yukio Kato(January 2013-June 12 Retired,Lawyer)
  • (June 2015-December 12 retirement age)
  • Kiyoshi Ibi(June 2018-December 7 retirement age)
  • (March 2021-Incumbent)

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trial

trialWhat is (Kouhan)?Criminal caseAt裁判 所,Prosecutor,Defendant(Counsel)ButProceedingsTo doCourtRefers to the procedure performed in.

Set to carry out proceedings in trialDeadlineThatTrial date, About the court held for trialTrialThat.

Less than,Criminal procedure codeOnly the number of articles is described.

Overview

Article 82 of the Constitution of JapanBy, even in trialPublicism,InquiryIs strongly requested (Article 286, Article 286-2, Article 314, etc.).

Other,Civil actionInOral argumentAs a principle in common withAdversarial,Oralism,DirectismEtc. are also important.However, adversarial system is not as thorough as in oral argument, such as the supplementary use of ex officio evidence examination in trials.

On the contrary, oralism and directismOral argumentIt is more strongly requested than in the case of (Article 43, Paragraph 1, Article 315).

2004 (Heisei16 years)Prompt trialIn order to respond to the request of the court, the courts and proceedings were obliged to open and continue hearings every day (Article 281-6).

In addition, the courts are required to maintain the order of the courts, and the authority to do so is required.裁判 所,Presiding judge(Article 281-2, Article 288, Paragraph 2, Article 294, Article 295).

Appearance of the parties

At trial, it is necessary for the litigants to meet in court, especially the accused.AppearanceAs a means to makeSummon,seduce,detentionThere is a system of.In addition, the court has the authority to issue an appearance order to prosecutors and lawyers (Article 278-2).

In principle, the appearance of the accused is a requirement for opening the court (Article 286), but in certain cases it is not necessary to appear (Articles 284, 285, 286). 2).

Also, the accusedCorporationIn the case ofAgentIt is also possible to appear (Article 283).Defendants are not to be physically restrained in court (Article 287).The accused is also obliged to be in court, but the accused can leave the court with the permission of the presiding judge (Article 288).

Regarding the appearance of lawyers, see Article 289, Paragraph 1.Death penaltyOr indefinite or long-term more than 3 yearsImprisonmentOrimprisonmentIt stipulates that a court cannot be opened without a defense counsel when hearing a "case that falls under the category".The case specified hereNecessary defense caseAnd other incidentsVoluntary defense caseCall.

In the case of necessary defense, if the defense counsel does not appear or is no longer in court, or if no defense counsel is attached, the presiding judge must appoint a defense counsel ex officio (Article 289, paragraph 2). ).In addition, if there is a risk that a defense counsel will not appear, the court may appoint a defense counsel ex officio (paragraph 3 of the same Article).

Trial preparation procedure

In order to prepare for the trial on the trial date, a procedure called trial preparation is provided.

The preparatory procedure before the first trial date is called advance preparation.

Trial date procedure

Opening procedure

On the trial date, the opening procedure is first carried out.

  1. Personal question
    First, the presiding judge confirms the name, date of birth, occupation, residence, registered domicile, etc. with the accused to confirm that they are not mistaken (Rule 196).This is called a fixed question.
  2. Indictment reading
    Next, the prosecutorIndictmentRead aloud (Article 291, Paragraph 1).
  3. Announcement of rights
    Next, the presiding judge told the accusedSilent right(You may be silent from beginning to end, and you can refuse to make a statement for each question), etc. (Article 291, Paragraph 2, First sentence).
  4. Condemnation of charges
    Based on the notification of rights, the accused and the defense counsel make a statement regarding the accused case (Article 291, paragraph 2, second sentence).Among these are the approval or disapproval of the facts of the complaint (arraignment or arraignment), as well as the grounds for illegal deterrence (arraignment).Legitimate defenseEtc.) ・ Reason for blocking liability (Loss of mindEtc.), etc. are also included.

Examine evidence

After the opening procedure is completed, the examination of evidence begins (Article 292).

At the beginning of the examination of evidence, the prosecutor must clarify the facts to be proved by the evidence (Article 296).thisOpening statementIt's called (Bouto Uchinjutsu).

Next, the public prosecutor requests the examination of evidence, the defense counsel (accused) gives an opinion on this (Rule 190, Paragraph 2), and the court decides whether to accept the evidence (determination of evidence) based on this (same as above). Article 1), the evidence adopted will be examined.After that, a request for evidence examination of the defense counsel (accused) is usually made.

As for evidence documents, the method of examining evidence is in principle read aloud (Article 305, Paragraph 1).However, if the presiding judge deems it appropriate, it can be replaced by a notice of the gist (Rule 203-2, Paragraph 1), and in practice, it is mostly done by the notice of this gist.

For evidence, the method of examining evidence is an exhibition (Article 306, Paragraph 1).

Interrogation of personal identification is conducted by cross-examination (interrogation of witnesses, interrogation of expert witnesses, etc.).The legal order is first the court and then the parties (Article 304, paragraphs 1 and 2), but this order can be changed if the court deems it appropriate (Article 304, paragraph 3), but in practice. There is a well-established order in which the claiming party first interrogates, then the other party conducts the counterexamination, and finally the court conducts the supplementary interrogation.

Oral and conclusion

After examining the evidence, the prosecutor must state his opinion on the facts and the application of the law (Article 293, paragraph 1).thisDiscussionThe prosecutor will clarify the weight of the sentence to be sought along with this.SentenceDo (Kyukei).

The accused and the defense counsel can then state their opinions (Article 293, paragraph 2).First the defense counselargumentAnd finally the accused makes the final statement.

Judgment

  • Opening procedure
    • Personal Question (Criminal Litigation Rule Article 196)
    • Reading the prosecutor's indictment (Criminal Procedure Code, Article 291, Paragraph 1)
    • Notification of rights to the accused (Article 291 (2) of the same law, Article 197 of the same rule)
    • Granting an opportunity to make a statement to the accused / defense counsel (Article 291, Paragraph 2, Article 291-2, Article 319, Paragraph 3 of the same law)
  • Examining evidence (Article 292 of the same law)
    • Opening statement of the public prosecutor (Article 296 of the same law)
    • Opening statement of the accused and the defense counsel (Article 198 of the same rule)
    • Request for examination of evidence (Article 298, Paragraph 1 of the same law)
    • Determining the scope, order, and method of examining evidence (Article 297, Paragraph 1 of the same law)
    • Examination of evidence ex officio (Article 298, Paragraph 2 of the same law)
    • Evidence examination method
      • Interrogation of witnesses, etc. (Article 304 of the same law, Articles 199-2-199-13 of the same rule)
      • Interrogation of evidence documents (Article 305 of the same law)
      • Interrogation of evidence (Article 306 of the same law)
      • Interrogation of evidence that the significance of the document in the evidence is evidence (Article 307 of the same law)
    • Arbitrary statement by the accused (Article 311 of the same law)
    • Objection regarding examination of evidence (Article 309 of the same law)
    • Evidence exclusion decision (Article 205-6, Paragraph 2, Article 207 of the same rule)
    • Granting an opportunity to vie for proof of evidence (Article 308 of the same law)
  • Oral Prosecutor's statement / sentence and accused's opinion statement, defense counsel's argument (Article 293 of the Act, Article 211 of the same Rule)
  • Judgment (Article 342 of the same law, Article 220 of the same rule, Article 220-2, Article 221)

Simple trial procedure

See Article 307-2, etc.

Trial record

The Code of Criminal Procedure provides for Articles 48 to 52, and the Code of Criminal Procedure provides for Article 44.A trial record is a document that describes the proceedings on the trial date.

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