Tsatsalov Odisey Odiseevich, Postgraduate student, University of Nizhny Novgorod (23 Gagarina avenue, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia), E-mail: email@example.com
Background. On the one hand, the principles of justice are the highest order values for justice; they ensure its mental and ideological unity. On the other hand, firstly, the principles of justice in criminal matters form and ensure proper motivation (a set of supra-individual motives) and the ideological attitude of judges (community judges) in the administration of justice. Secondly, the principles of justice and their systemic capacity ensure the deployment of justice in criminal matters in space and time.
Materials and methods. The article analyzes scientific literature on the research topic.
Results. In the ideological principles of the principles of justice, the idea of law plays a subsidiary (auxiliary) role. Justice in our country is not carried out for the sake of the idea of law, justice in our country should be served to people (of the Russian community). The idea of law in this matter is not the aim, but one of the many means of ensuring, preserving and multiplying the system of traditional fundamental values of the Russian people.
Conclusions. At the level of the whole, the ideological foundations of the principles should be based on the national foundations of the Russian state and its people within the framework of the cultural and historical heritage and the system of traditional spiritual and moral values of the Russian community. Within this model, the principles are the core of justice, institutionally, functionally and meaningfully with their potential, they should be able (obliged) to preserve and enhance the cultural and historical heritage and the system of spiritual and moral values of the Russian people.
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