А. Оvannisian; Ye. Tymko
The article deals with a set of problems related to the prospects for the development of linguistic sub-types of forensic expertise.
1. The creation of the third sub-types, the semantic-textual analysis of oral and written speech, is conditioned by the specificity of its subject, object, research methodology, problems that arise during its conduct in the specialties “Linguistic study of written speech” and “Linguistic study of oral speech”.
2. The combination of linguistic sub-types of expertise into a single type of examination – linguistic.
3. The development of criteria for assessing the results of the study of voice and speech by physical and linguistic methods is due to the lack of clear procedural requirements regarding the compulsion to conduct a study of video recording of speech and physical and linguistic methods, criteria for choosing the method of research and, accordingly, non-coincident results in conducting the study by both methods.
4. Cooperation with academic and educational institutions for the purpose of exchanging scientific information.
5. Constructive cooperation with colleagues from other departmental institutions in order to exchange experience, unify research methods, terminology, etc.
6. Creation of highly specialized terminological dictionaries of different profiles.
7. Training of new specialists.
8. Cooperation with the relevant ENFSI unit.