Palen Konstantin( Secretary of State, member of the Council of State)
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Biography Palen Konstantin
Born in 1833, graduated from the course of the St. Petersburg University's law school with a degree of candidate of the rights in 1853. From 1855 served in the Office of the State Council. During the Crimean War, was a member of the commission sent by the Empress Maria Alexandrovna of Sevastopol, the potential for alleviating the suffering of the wounded. Here P. spent the last three months of siege. Of the eight members of the commission, only three came back from Sevastopol: the rest there was. Sam P. infected for a long time suffered from typhoid. Turning to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, P. served as vice-executive director of the Department of Police. In 1864 he was appointed governor of Pskov. In 1867 granted the Secretary of State and was appointed first deputy minister of Justice, and the fall of that year - the Minister of Justice. Office of the Ministry of Justice Earl P., who came to replace D.N. Zamyatin, . who strove for the practical implementation of legal regulations to the extent, . in which they were conceived, . a number of first time departure from the statutes, . partly factual (the designation of "correcting" the position of investigating judge instead approved the position; end opening of the Council barristers), . somewhat formal, . t,
. e. associated with a change in the actual text of laws (Act May 9, 1878, limited the scope of action of the jury). Leaving the summer of 1878 as Minister of Justice, Earl P. made a member of the Council of State. In 1879 he was appointed a member of a special commission for preliminary considerations make the introduction of the world's judicial establishment in the Baltic provinces, in the same year took part in the work of the commission under the State Council on the issue of prison conversion, . In 1883 he was appointed chairman of the committee, . established to review existing on the Jews in the empire of laws, in 1884 appointed a member of a special commission for the drafting of local government,
. During the coronation of Emperor Alexander III was the supreme ceremonies, and in 1896 - the supreme marshal at St.. coronation of Emperor Nicholas II.