Article 785 of the Criminal Procedure Law

  Criminal Procedure Law

1. As soon as the proceedings are available to the competent body for prosecution, the Judge or Court will examine the proposed evidence and immediately issue an order admitting those it considers pertinent and rejecting the others, and will prevent what is necessary for the practice of early evidence. .

Against the orders of admission or inadmissibility of evidence there will be no recourse, without damage that the party to which it was denied can reproduce its request at the beginning of the sessions of the oral trial, until which time the reports, certifications and other documents that the Public Prosecutor and the parties deem appropriate and the Judge or Court admit may be incorporated into the case.

2. In view of this order, the Court Clerk will establish the day and time that the oral trial sessions must begin, subject to the provisions of article 182 of the Civil Procedure Law.

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The general criteria and the concrete and specific instructions established by the Presidents of the Chamber or Section, in accordance with which the signaling will be made, will also take into account:

1st The prison of accused;

2. The assurance of his presence at the judicial disposal;

3rd The others precautionary measures personal adopted;

4th The priority of other causes;

5th The complexity of the proposed test or any modifying circumstance, as they have been able to determine once the matter has been studied or lawsuit concerned.

3. When the victim has requested it, even if he is not a party to the process and does not have to intervene, the Court Clerk must inform him, in writing and without unnecessary delay, of the date, time and place of the trial, as well as the content of the accusation. directed against the offender.

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Article 785 of the Criminal Procedure Law Spanish refers to oral trial Yet the judgment.