Modernization of Prosecutorial Research Methods to Ensure the Rule of Law in the Budgetary Sphere

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The article discusses methods of post-classical scientific research used in Specialty 12.00.11. The author argues for the preservation of historical and legal, comparative-legal, and formal-dogmatic methods and constitutionally protected, rights-based methods in the study of prosecutorial activity in the public sector.

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Anna E. Lebedeva

Prosecutor's Office of Saint Petersburg

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senior counselor of justice, candidate of legal sciences, associate professor

Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg


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