Born on August 25, 1951 in the village of Yanushkevichy (Lagoisk district, Minsk region).
In 1974 graduated from the Law Faculty of the Belarusian State University.
From 1974 to 1975 occupied the position of a dean assistant (Law Faculty, Belarusian State University).
From 1975 to 1979 was a lecturer at the Department of Criminal Procedure.
In 1979-1982 took a postgraduate course at the Department of Criminal Procedure.
In 1982 he defended the theses “The fundamentals of theory and professional culture of litigation” and was awarded a PhD (Candidate of Science) in Law and he was conferred the title of an Associate Professor.
Since 1992 A. Danilevich has been Deputy Dean for distance learning (2nd higher education), since 1994 Head of the Department of Criminal Procedure and Directorate of Public Prosecutions (Law Faculty, Belarusian State University).
In 2006 the title full professor was awarded by the Higher Attestation Commission of the Republic of Belarus. Honoured Lawyer of the Republic of Belarus (2000), Honoured Educator of the Republic of Belarus (2006).
He serves on numerous boards as member of the Academic Council and the Scientific Methodological Council at the Belarusian State University, of the Scientific Advisory Council at the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Belarus, the Scientific Advisory Council at the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Republic of Belarus, member of the Law Faculty Academic Council.
His scholarly interests are connected with the theory and practice of judicial speech, the theory of legitimacy and public prosecutions. Authored and co-authored more than 120 scientific papers.
Title: associate professor
Courses: Public Prosecution
1. Уголовный процесс в схемах. Общая часть : учеб.-метод. пособие (Criminal procedure in schemes. General part: Coursebook) / А.А. Данилевич, О.В. Петрова, В.И. Самарин (A.A. Danilevich, O.V. Petrova, V.I. Samarin). – Минск (Minsk) : БГУ, 2010. – 136 p. – ISBN 978-985-518-316-8.
The coursebook presents the general part of the discipline "Criminal Procedure" in the form of charts: theoretical concepts and principles of criminal procedure, the legal status of participants in criminal proceedings, measures providing the safety of participants of the criminal procedure and other persons. The authors also define the provisions of the law of evidence, the grounds and procedure of enforcement of coercive measures, procedure for examination of a civil claim and other provisions.
2. Criminal procedure: Handbook / A.A. Danilevich, V.P. Lagoiski. – Minsk, 2010. – 376 p.
3. Данилевич А.А., Самарин В.И. (Danilevich A.A., Samaryn V.I.) Международная правовая помощь по уголовным делам: уголовно-процессуальный аспект (International legal assistance in criminal matters). – Минск (Minsk) : БГУ, 2009. – 127 p. – ISBN 978-985-518-152-2.
The paper analyses a new institution of Criminal Procedure Law for the Republic of Belarus - international legal assistance in criminal matters. The book can be useful for the interpretation of the rules of Section XV of the Criminal Procedure Code of the Republic of Belarus.
The most notable publications
1. Judicial system organisation: Coursebook / A.A. Danilevich, L.L. Zaytseva, I.I. Martinovich, A.V. Soltanovich; edited by A.A. Danilevich, I.I. Martinovich. – 2nd edition. – Minsk, 2010. – 464 p.
2. Danilevich A.A., Petrova O.V. Protection of the rights and freedoms of a person in criminal procedure. – Minsk, 2008. – 168 p.
3. Danilevich A.A., Shpak V.V. Expedited process in the criminal procedure of the Republic of Belarus. – Minsk, 2007. – 111 p.
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