Соответствующая норма
Venezuela
Practice Relating to Rule 100. Fair Trial Guarantees
Section E. Necessary rights and means of defence
Venezuela’s Law on the State of Emergency (2001), which includes situations of internal and international armed conflict, states:
In accordance with Articles 339 of the Constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Article 4(2) of the [1966] International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and Article 27(2) of the [1969] American Convention on Human Rights, the guarantee of the [following] rights must not be restricted:
4. The [right to] equality before the law. 
Venezuela, Law on the State of Emergency, 2001, Article 7(4).
Venezuela’s Law on the Protection of Children and Adolescents (2007) states: “An adolescent who is under investigation or detained must be informed … of the right … to request the immediate presence of … his or her legal counsel.” 
Venezuela, Law on the Protection of Children and Adolescents, 2007, Article 541.
The Law also states: “Every adolescent has the right to be heard during the investigation, trial or execution of a sentence.” 
Venezuela, Law on the Protection of Children and Adolescents, 2007, Article 542.
The Law further states: “The defence is inviolable from the beginning of the investigation until the imposed penalty has been fully served. If an adolescent lacks a private defence counsel, he or she shall be granted the assistance of a specialized public defence counsel.” 
Venezuela, Law on the Protection of Children and Adolescents, 2007, Article 544.
Venezuela’s Penal Procedure Code (2009), which is applicable to the prosecution of war crimes, states: “The right to a defence is inviolable at every stage of the proceedings. The judges must guarantee it without preferences or inequalities.” 
Venezuela, Penal Procedure Code, 2009, Article 12; see also Article 125(3).
The Code further states: “The indicted [person] shall have the right to elect a defence lawyer whom he or she trusts. If he or she does not do so, the judge will designate a public defender starting with the first stage of the proceedings or … before the [person] makes a statement.” 
Venezuela, Penal Procedure Code, 2009, Article 137; see also Article 10.
Venezuela’s Penal Procedure Code (2012), which is applicable to the prosecution of war crimes, states: “The right to a defence is inviolable at every stage of the proceedings. The judges must guarantee it without preferences or inequalities.” 
Venezuela, Penal Procedure Code, 2012, Article 12; see also Article 127(3).
The Code further states: “The indicted [person] shall have the right to elect a defence lawyer whom he or she trusts. If he or she does not do so, the judge will designate a public defender starting with the first stage of the proceedings or … before the [person] makes a statement.” 
Venezuela, Penal Procedure Code, 2012, Article 139; see also Articles 10 and 515 and Explanatory Notes, pp. 3 and 5.
The Code also states: “The indicted [person] will have the following rights: … To be heard during the trial whenever he or she requests so.” 
Venezuela, Penal Procedure Code, 2012, Article 127(12); see also Article 312.
The Code further states:
Article 132. …
The indicted [person] will have the right to … testify as many times as he or she wishes, as long as his or her statement is relevant and does not appear to be only a means to delay the trial.
In any case, the indicted [person]’s statement will be null and void if not made in the presence of his or her defence.
Article 133.
Before the indicted [person] makes his or her statement …
... it will be … explained to him or her that the statement is a means of defence and, therefore, he or she has the right to explain anything that might detract from the accusations against him or her, and request any measures he or she considers necessary. 
Venezuela, Penal Procedure Code, 2012, Articles 132–133.