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Uncertainty of the perpetrator in killing and bodily harm

Abbas Shiri

Volume 11, Issue 40 , September 2022, Pages 9-44


  Diagnosis of perpetrators of killing and bodily harm is a complex mystery in terms of science, law and jurisprudence. It is possible to identify the perpetrator through known reasons for proving a crime, such as confession, testimony, evidence, and suspicion of a crime or oath. However, conflicting reasons ...  Read More

Jurisprudential-legal Analysis of Panderism

Hamid Rahimi; Rahim Nobahar

Volume 11, Issue 40 , September 2022, Pages 45-70


  Imami jurists have considered panderism as one of the crimes that results in fixed corporal punishments (hadd). All the penal laws after the Islamic Revolution, including the Islamic Penal Code of 2013, follow the well-known opinion of the jurists and consider panderism as a crime results in prescribed ...  Read More

Challenges of the prosecutor in the implementation of a fair trial and its solutions

Rahman peyvast; Mahdi Sheidaeian; Mohammad Salehy

Volume 11, Issue 40 , September 2022, Pages 71-104


  In this article, we tried to explain the criminal status of the prosecutor by using. documents and library methods and in a descriptive analytical way, using international ·documents and requirements, and the existing gaps and defects should be announced a long with the suggested solutions.The ...  Read More

Online boycott: criminal action or reaction at the level of international law

Abolfath Khaleghi; Parisa Saghafi

Volume 11, Issue 40 , September 2022, Pages 105-125


  In today's age, the Internet as a wide and important communication tool can be sanctioned based on Article 41 of the United Nations Charter and international laws under the guaranty of implementation. Despite this prediction, no clear action has been reported by the Security Council in this regard. Although ...  Read More

A review of the classification of crimes in the light of the new grading of crime

Gholamreza Esmaeeli azar; Baqer Shamlou; Keyoumars Kalantary

Volume 11, Issue 40 , September 2022, Pages 127-158


  In the present age, with the increasing growth of new science and technologies, fundamental changes in values and norms, and the multiplicity and entanglement of social and political systems; The nature, form, variety and manner of committing crimes have also changed a lot. Given that crime emerges in ...  Read More

Fundamentals and Criteria of Preventive Detention in German & Iran Law and Imamiyeh Jurisprudence

Seyed mohamad mahdi Sadati

Volume 11, Issue 40 , September 2022, Pages 159-191


  Punishments are changeable and depend on goals. Therefore, when there is valid knowledge that correctional goals of punishment are failed, releasing a criminal who certainly endangers public safety is a denial of public rights. In this case, presumption of innocence has been changed to presumption of ...  Read More

Removing or Authorizing the Agheleh Guarantee and Proposing the Replacement of the “Physical Injuries Compensation Fund Caused by Mistake Crimes”

Javad Rostami; Mohammad Reza Shadmanfar

Volume 11, Issue 40 , September 2022, Pages 193-220


  Of the cases, that the legislator has accepted the criminal liability resulting from the other’s act is agheleh guarantee under section of which the agheleh is bound to pay for the murder blood money and the mistake injuries on behalf of the wrongdoer criminal according to the provisions stipulated ...  Read More

How to re-prosecution the accesed after the issuance of a restaining order through the court

Abbas Zaraat; Saied Qomashi,; Farshad Shirzadifar

Volume 11, Issue 40 , September 2022, Pages 221-245


  Re-prosecution of the accused after the issuance of a restraining order is one of the solutions envisaged by the legislature to ensure justice for persons who did not have access to sufficient reasons or reasons at the time of the trial. The grounds for re-prosecuting the accused are in line with the ...  Read More

The Feasibility of Rule-formation toward Confession in Non-sexual Hudud

Ashkan Naeimi

Volume 11, Issue 40 , September 2022, Pages 247-274


  The significant point regarding the proof of non-sexual hudud (pandering, qadhf, wine drinking, theft, muharebeh, insulting the prophet Muhammad, magic, and irtidad) is whether two confessions are required or merely one confession is sufficient? Is there a general rule regarding the above hudud, or the ...  Read More