Dmitri Nabokov( Statesman)
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Biography Dmitri Nabokov
(1827 - 1904). He graduated from the course in the School of Law, was vice-chairman of Simbirsk Hall Civil Court, going to serve in the Naval Ministry, was director of the commissariat department to. In 1864 he was appointed a senator in 1867 - the main chief of the Immediate Office of His Imperial Majesty for the Kingdom of Poland, contributed much to the introduction of it court statutes in 1864. In 1878 he was appointed Minister of Justice. In the course of seven-year administration of his ministry oft-repeated attacks on the judicial statutes met with his hand if not a firm rebuff, . a moderating resistance, changes in the statute allowed the Ministry as necessary concessions, . but it did not undertake their initiatives,
. Merit N. is the law of 12 June 1884, . which ended at the time of the campaign against the jury, the opponents of the court is not required if the destruction of its, . some radical changes in it, . as a result changed only the order of compiling jury lists and limited withdrawal jury parties,
. Act May 20, 1885 shook the beginning of tenure of judges, but to a lesser extent than might be expected under the terms of the time. In the words of The Messenger of Europe (see. "Internal Review" in? 12 for 1885), "he acted as captain of the ship during a severe storm - tossed overboard part of cargo to save the rest". In November 1885 he was dismissed from the post of Minister of Justice. Characteristic of him is given п?.пє. Horses in the book: "Fathers and Sons judicial reform.