Juan Pablo Marcelino Olano Tantalean, Gerardo Francisco Ludeña González, Nilton Isaias Cueva Quezada

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2024/v24cs.1314-1321

The study of the anticipated test, is a very diverse subject, since, it is developed not only in our country but also in Latin America, because it is a problem present in the development of criminal proceedings, especially in crimes of family violence, under that concept, the present review work aims to focus the statement of the minor as advance evidence, The methodology used in this review article was qualitative, with a design of descriptive thematic analysis and bibliographic review, a review of various documents and scientific research was made that allowed the collection of information and data; among which, is SCOPUS, Web of Science, among others, Information published during the period from 2019 to 2023 was collected. Likewise, the results highlight the importance of the instruments used when validating and validating information, as well as measuring the scope of what is investigated, in the same way, it is highlighted that it is the beginning for another investigation of this topic, considering that it cannot only interpose with the statement of the minor but also with other elements of conviction. It is concluded that in Peru, advance evidence is legally established, but if there are delays in promptly obtaining the statement of a minor through the Gesell camera protocol, this could violate the principle of due diligence in cases of special crimes.

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