Dr. Krisztina Farkas PhD        

Assigned Prosecutor

Division of Criminal Law Sciences

Phone: +36-1-3567-566/133.
Fax:     +36-1-356-7219
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 Main research subjects 

»   The possibilities of acceleration of criminal proceeding from comparative perspective
»   The criminal law protection of cultural property
»   The criminal law protection of cultural property in Italy
»    The protection of cultural property at international level

 

 Current research projects 

2019  •  International cooperation in obtaining evidence (with Gabriella Kármán)
2018/19  • International regulations of integrity tests, practical measures following positive integrity tests in the light of investigative and case-law and their comparative study of their experience with Hungarian ones (with Orsolya Bolyky & Eszter Sárik)
2018  • Typical difficulties and viable methods of detecting and proving budget frauds for budgets and funds managed by or on behalf of the European Union (with Renáta Garai)
   • Difficulties in the classification of corruption offences in the light of the relevant guidelines of the Chief Prosecutor’s Office; the latency of these crimes and challenges in detecting and proving them (with Klára Kerezsi & józsef Kó)
2017/18   • Problems of the classification of corruption offenses in the light of the relevant guidelines of the General Prosecutor's Office
   • The law enforcement tool for the protection of cultural property


 Highlighted publications 

1.   Az eljárás gyorsításának lehetőségei a német, a svájci és a német büntető igazságszolgáltatásban. Egy nemzetközi jog-összehasonlító kutatás tapasztalatairól [The possibilities of the acceleration in the German, Swiss and Italian criminal justice. About some experience of a comparative international research]
Ügyészségi Szemle, 2017/1, pp. 84–102
2.   Towards common minimum standards for fundamental rights protection throughout EU legislation
In: Criminal Law as Ultima Ratio – Substantive and Procedural Aspects. Collection of Papers from 1th section the International Academic Conference Legal Forum 21th–22th of October 2016. Comenius University in Bratislava, Faculty of Law, Bratislava, 2016, pp. 53–61
3.   Effective Remedies for Excessive Length of Criminal Proceeding in Respect of International Requirements and the Hungarian Solution
In: Daniela Čičkánová – Ivana Hapčová – Vladislav Mičátek (eds.): Bratislava Legal Forum 2015: Collection of Papers from the International Academic Conference Bratislava Legal Forum 2015. Comenius University in Bratislava, Faculty of Law, Bratislava, 2015. pp. 603–309
4.   A büntetőeljárás egyszerűsítésének lehetőségei az olasz büntetőjogban [The possibilities of the acceleration in the Italian criminal law]
In: Kontroll és jogkövetés. Kriminológiai Közlemények 71. Magyar Kriminológiai Társaság, Budapest, 2012, pp. 308–323
5.   Verfahrensabsprachen nach der gesetzlichen Regelung im deutschen Strafrecht
In: Miskolci Egyetem Doktoranduszok Fóruma, Miskolc, 2014. november 20. Miskolci Egyetem ÁJK, Miskolc, 2014, pp. 99–104
6.   Absprache nach neuem, eidgenössischem Strafprozess in der Schweiz
Glossa Iuridica, 2012/1., pp. 12–15.
7.   Az ügyész szerepe az osztrák büntetőeljárásban: „Új időszámítás az osztrák ügyészek számára” [The role of the prosecutor in the Austrian criminal procedure: “A new age for Austrian prosecutors”]
Ügyészek Lapja, 2009/5, pp. 5–14
8.   The possibilities to simplify the criminal procedure in a comparative perspective
In: European Studies and Research, Vol. II. Public Law, International Conference of PhD Students in Law, Timisoara, April 2010. Wolters Kluwer, Romania, 2010, pp. 269–280
9.   Die Strafprozessreform in Österreich – einige Fragmente der neuen Strafprozessordnung
In: Csemáné Váradi Erika (szerk.): Koncepciók és megvalósulásuk a rendszerváltozás utáni kriminálpolitikában. VI. Országos Kriminológiai Vándorgyűlés, 2008. október 16–17., Magyar Kriminológiai Társaság, Miskolc, 2009, p. 122–128


 Professional experiences 

2017–    National Institute of Criminology, Division of Criminal Law Sciences
assigned prosecutor
2015/17   8th District Prosecutor’s Office of Budapest
2016   prosecutor
2015   junior prosecutor
2006/15   14th–16th District Prosecutor's Office of Budapest
trainee prosecutor


 Education and courses 

2016    PhD Degree in Law
University of Miskolc, Faculty of Law, Department of Criminal Procedure Law and Penitentiary Law.
Thesis title: The possibilities of the acceleration in the German, Swiss and Italian criminal justice
2014/15   Legal English Course
Organiser: Office of the Prosecutor General Budapest
2012   Bar exam
2008/10   Professional Language Communication
Debrecen University Centre for Agricultural and Applied Economic Sciences (in English)
2006/09    PhD Studies in Law
University of Miskolc, Faculty of Law 
2004/06    European Studies
Cooperation of the European Centre of the Westfälische Wihelms Universität of Münster and Faculty of Law of the University of Miskolc (in German) 
2001/06    Doctor of Law (LLD)
University of Miskolc, Faculty of Law 

 

 Scholarships and Awards 

2018   Max-Planc Society Scholarship
Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law Freiburg i.Br. – Germany
2016    Austrian–Hungarian Action Foundation Short Research Fellowship
Karl-Franzens University, Faculty of Law, Graz, Austria
2015   26th European Summer School
Scholarship from German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and Gustav-Stresemann-Institute Bonn, Bonn and Brussel – Germany and Belgium (ten days)
2010   DAAD Research Fellowship
Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law Freiburg i.Br., Germany
2009   Research travel
University of Florence, Faculty of Law, Florence, Italy
2006   Erasmus Scholarship
University of Trier, Faculty of Law, Trier, Germany
2005/06   Scholarship from State Baden-Württemberg and the Hungarian Scholarship Board Office
Ruprecht-Karls University of Heidelberg, Faculty of Law, Heidelberg, Germany


 Professional Awards and Honors 

2017   Pro Dissertatione Iuridica Excelentissima
Award of the HAS Centre for Social Sciences Institute for Legal Studies as recognition of PhD dissertation
2015    Third place on the Sándor Kozma Scientific Competition announced by General Prosecutor of Hungary
The title of paper: “The Effective Remedies as one of the ways for Excessive Length of Criminal Proceedings in Respect of International Experience”


 Educational activities 

2013–   Occasional Tuition at Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences, Department of Criminal Law
2013–    Adult education on children’s right at National Documental Centre of Patients’ rights, Social rights and Children’s rights (topic: juvenile delinquency)


 Membership 

2011–    Hungarian Society of Criminology – member
2011–   National Association of Prosecutors – member


 Language skills 

English – upper-intermediate level
German – advanced (State Language Exam type “C”)
Italian – advanced (State Language Exam type “C”)

 


 

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Workshops at National Institute of Criminology
2019

 

29th May

Gábor Zoltán:

Hate crimes in historical perspective


The workshop is held in Hungarian.
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