Prof. Zsanett Fantoly
University of Szeged
Zsanett Fantoly is professor of law at the University of Szeged and is specialized in criminal law and procedure, and comparative criminal procedure. Early in her career she had been involved in various international research projects primarily in relation with the criminal liability of corporations, but also prepared a report on cybercrime.
She teaches criminal procedure law for Hungarian and Erasmus students and participates in the training and continuous professional development of police officers too.
Her latest academic research projects focus on both the U.S. criminal procedure and the (digital) instrumental credibility examination of testimonies (e.g. polygraph and brain fingerprinting).
Apart from her teaching and research activities, currently she is most active as an expert on a national level. Since 2008 she has been an expert in the crime prevention projects of the Ministry of Justice the Ministry of Interior. Between 2016 and 2017 she had been a scientific advisor to the Minister of Justice on criminal procedure legislation.