Sovetskaia Iustitsiia

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Sovetskaia Iustitsiia

 

(Soviet Justice), an organ of the Ministry of Justice of the RSFSR and the Supreme Court of the RSFSR. Sovetskaia iustitsiia began publication in Moscow in 1922, with the active participation of D. I. Kurskii and under the title Ezhenedel’nik sovetskoi iustitsii (Weekly of Soviet Justice). It now comes out twice a month. Sovetskaia iustitsiia elucidates the work of court bodies and the various organs of justice, arbitration, the bar, and the notariat. It devotes great attention to legal propaganda and the legal education of citizens and carries commentaries on existing legislation. It publishes materials on the organs of justice in foreign socialist and bourgeois states. Circulation, more than 110,000 (1978).

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(33) See, e.g., "Speculation and the Struggle against It," Sovetskaia iustitsiia, 22 November 1933: 15-16.
Supreme Court decisions appeared fairly regularly in the publications Sovetskaia iustitsiia (Soviet Justice), Sudebnaia praktika Verkhovnogo Suda SSSR (The Legal Practice of the Supreme Court of the USSR), Biulleten' Verkhovnogo Suda SSSR (The Bulletin of the Supreme Court of the USSR), and Biulleten' Verkhovnogo Suda RSFSR (The Bulletin of the Supreme Court of the RSFSR).
Kolibab, "Usilit' okhranu pray roditelei usynovitelei," in Sovetskaia iustitsiia no.