- Full professor
- University in Niš Faculty of Law
He graduated from the Faculty of Law in Nis in 1987. He defended his master’s thesis entitled “Defendants and the Protection of Human Rights in Criminal Proceedings” at the Faculty of Law in Nis, on January 30, 1995. He defended his doctoral dissertation on the topic “Social rehabilitation of persons unjustifiably convicted or deprived of liberty” at the Faculty of Law in Nis, on April 19, 2002. He has been working at the Faculty of Law in Nis since September 1, 1990. On July 10, 2012, Dr. Sasa Knezevic was elected a full professor in the field of criminal law at the Faculty of Law in Nis.
From 01.10.2006. to 01.12.2007. prof. Dr. Sasa Knezevic performed the function of vice dean for teaching and scientific work at the Faculty of Law in Nis. Prof. Dr. Sasa Knezevic, starting from January 28, 2013. years until 28.01.2016. year, served as President of the Council of the University of Nis. He was Dean of the Faculty of Law of the University of Nis in the period from May 9, 2016 to May 9, 2019. years. From 10.05.2019. year, prof. Dr. Sasa Knezevic is on the function of the Head of the Department of Criminal Law.
INTERNATIONAL LAW STANDARDS ON THE RIGHT TO COMPENSATION FOR WRONGFUL CONVICTION
Abstract: Once the criminal procedure has been initiated, the mechanism of criminal-law protection of social values is set in motion, imposing immediate restrictions оn the fundamental human rights of the accused. To ensure that the judgment rendered in criminal proceedings is fully legitimate, the legislator has to ensure that the defendant has the opportunity to articulate […]
INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ON THE RIGHT TO COMPENSATION FOR ERROR OF COURT
Abstract: As sооn as а criminal proceeding has bееn initiated, the mechanism of crimimal law protection of social values is set in motion, imposing immediate restrictions оn the fundamental human rights of the accused. ln order to make the judgment brought in the criminal proceeding fully legitimate, the accused must bе given the opportunity to articulate […]