Vysokih Valeriya Vyacheslavovna
Novosibirsk state university of economics and management

Abstract. This article is devoted to the process of formation of legal terminology, which took place in such a way that new branch legal sciences arising as a result of the development and complication of social relations formed their terminological apparatus on the basis of definitions and concepts already existing in the general scientific vocabulary, turning them into their basic terms, and even younger legal sciences, in turn, borrowed terms from the vocabulary of a specific area knowledge. According to this principle, the continuity of scientific knowledge was built, that is, its chronological factor was ensured. Thus, later legal sciences appeared and terminologically formed on the basis of an already existing system of knowledge. Scientific research on legal terminology began to appear much earlier in Western legal science, and only then, after several decades, began to develop in domestic legal science.

Keywords: criminalistics, the language of criminalistics, terminology, criminal procedure, crimes.

Volume 7, Issue 8(70) p. 77-80 PDF

DOI: 10.52013/2658-7556-70-8-24