From left to right: judicial officer and a member of Lithuanian Judicial Officers’ Court of Honour I. Gaidelis, the Chairman of the Chamber of Judicial Officers of Estonia J. Pool and the director of the Chamber of Judicial Officers of Lithuania D. Satkauskienė.
To tell in what cases the service of statement of facts may be helpful and answer a large number of practical questions from Estonian colleagues.
This was the task of a member of Lithuanian Judicial Officers’ Court of Honour, judicial officer Irmantas Gaidelis and the director of the Chamber of Judicial Officers of Lithuania Dovilė Satkauskienė in Tallinn, where on 16th of March a theoretical-practical seminar was held for Estonian judicial officers and judicial officer’s assistants.
There is a lot to share! After all Lithuanian judicial officers have already been stating facts of circumstances for sixteen years. While in Estonia this service has been launched since 1st of January 2018. For Estonian colleagues were useful and interesting things that have become daily routine for Lithuanian judicial officers and their permanent customers: starting from how to precisely measure the depths of the building's foundations and finally how the facts of the use of illegal music are recorded.