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Information on national facilities - Croatia

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The examination of witnesses in Croatia for the purposes of proceedings pending before a foreign court is carried out by means of an institution of international (mutual) legal aid. This also applies to videoconferencing, where a national court, at the request of a foreign judicial authority, conducts the examination of witnesses in Croatia and allows that questioning to be transmitted by video connection.

Legal framework

  • European Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters of 20 April 1959 with both Additional Protocols (from. 17 March 1978 International Treaties No 4/99 and of 8 November 2001 International Treaties No 4/07)
  • Act on International Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters (Narodne Novine (NN; Official Gazette of the Republic of Croatia) No 178/04)
  • Criminal Procedure Act (NN Nos 152/08, 76/09, 80/11, 121/11, 91/12, 143/12, 56/13, 145/13, 152/14, 70/17).

The central authority for receiving letters rogatory is the Croatian Ministry of Justice, the Directorate for European Affairs, International and Judicial Cooperation, the Department for International Legal Assistance and Judicial Cooperation with EU Member States.

Contact person of the central authority

Alan Marinković
Service for International Legal Assistance and Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters

tel.: + 385 1 3714203
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Last update: 30/11/2020