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【Revised Restrictions on Border and Island Exit during Criminal Procedure 】 Improvement of Restrictions on Border and Island Exit to Protect the Freedom of Residence and Movement

To specify the restrictions on border and island exit during criminal procedure and to protect the freedom of residence and movement, the restrictions on border and island exit in the Code of Criminal Procedure were revised and promulgated by the President on June 19, 2019. The highlight of the amendment is as follows:


1. The applicable requirements; matters to be stated; notifications or informing; delivery of the written notices or request for the delivery; the restricted period, extension and the maximum restricted period; the opportunity to express an opinion before the decision on an extension regarding the restrictions on exit from border/island have been revised. (Article 93-2 to 93-3 of the Code of Criminal Procedure)

2. There are specific regulations on the application for revocation or alteration of restrictions on exit from border/island, so that the court may process appropriately according to the progress of cases. (Article 93-4 to 93-5 of the Code of Criminal Procedure)

3. There are specific requirements applicable to the restrictions on exit from border/island as a disciplinary actions in lieu of detention. (Article 93-6 of the Code of Criminal Procedure)

4. An interlocutory appeal or a quasi-appeal may be filed as the remedy against the restrictions on exit from border/island. (Article 404 and Article 416 of the Code of Criminal Procedure)

  • Release Date : 2019-06-19
  • Update : 2021-07-09
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