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Criminal law and criminology
Legal requirements for the protection of water resources in the laws of Iran and France in the light of cooperative criminal policy

Seyed Ebrahim Mousavi; Behzad Razavi fard; Hossein Gholami

Volume 11, Issue 41 , February 2023, Pages 9-40


  Water is a natural resource in constant movement through the hydrological cycle, and for this reason, understanding the law in this area is difficult and faces inadequacies. Water law, as one of the nascent fields of law, tries to organize social phenomena in a way that covers social rights in addition ...  Read More

Code of Criminal Procedure
Redefining the principles governing criminal proceedings in the light of the constitusionalization of criminal proceedings

MohammadMahdi Saghian; Alireza Noorian

Volume 11, Issue 41 , February 2023, Pages 41-70


  Constitutionalisation means entering the legal rule into a group of fundamental rules that the government is obliged to support and implement. In fact, Constitutionalisation is a process of change and transformation that occurs due to the influence of basic norms in different trends of law and it may ...  Read More

Criminal law and criminology
Considerations About Daily Fines and Earning of the Offender

Fereydoun Hosseini Nejad Braguri; Mohammad Reza Nazarinejad; Mojtaba Janipour

Volume 11, Issue 41 , February 2023, Pages 71-97


  The daily fine is one of the new alternatives to imprisonment stipulated in the Islamic Penal Code 92, the amount of which is determined by the court according to the severity and importance of the crime on the one hand and the amount of daily income of the offender on the other. Anticipating daily fines ...  Read More

General and exclusive criminal law
Jurisprudential and legal Criterion for the 'Ehsan' of the traveler

Abdorreza Lotfi; Reza Dehghanian

Volume 11, Issue 41 , February 2023, Pages 99-123


  According to Imami jurisprudence and the Islamic Penal Code of Iran, committing adultery in some circumstances may result in a minimum punishment and in other circumstances, may be subject to a maximum punishment. This issue is very important in the penal system of Islam and the criminal laws of Iran. ...  Read More

Islamic jurisprudence
Jurisprudential analysis of the Qisas sentence for Muslims owing to murder of Dhimma citizens in the Islamic society

javad sarkhosh; Hannane Nosrat kharazmi

Volume 11, Issue 41 , February 2023, Pages 125-151


  In Islamic jurisprudence, one of the conditions for the Qisas sentence is the equality of criminal and victim in religion. In Imami jurisprudence, there are two general views in this field; Most Imami jurists believe in the non-retaliation of Muslims for murder of Dhimma. Therefore, according to the ...  Read More

Islamic jurisprudence
Divergence of Articles (568) and (569) of the Islamic criminal Code in order to determine the Diyah for fracture, emphasizing the advisory opinions of the Legal Department of the Judiciary

mohamad jafar sadegh pour

Volume 11, Issue 41 , February 2023, Pages 153-174


  In Article (568) and Clause (a) of Article (569) of the Islamic criminal Code, the legislator has expressed the amount of  Diyah for fracture. Assigning two different articles to this issue has caused the perception that these two articles have a different subject. This view is strengthened by the ...  Read More

Islamic jurisprudence
The end of the thief's punishment in Imami jurisprudence"By comparative study in the jurisprudence of Islamic religions"

Ali Mohamadian

Volume 11, Issue 41 , February 2023, Pages 175-201


  According to the common theory in Imami jurisprudence, the end of the work of a thief who repeatedly commits theft will be nothing but murder and deprivation of life. This view, although in Article 278 of the Penal Code (adopted in 1392), has also been recognized by the well-known jurists; However, the ...  Read More

Criminal law and criminology
Non-criminal responses to the issues of privacy violations in the criminal policy of Iran and Canada

ALI RAFIEI; Bakhtiyar Abbaslo; Eesa Amini

Volume 11, Issue 41 , February 2023, Pages 203-228


  The right to observe and respect private life is considered one of the fundamental freedoms, which is one of the concepts of developed legal systems and is closely related to human dignity. Advances in social life have changed the dimensions of privacy. These new dimensions should also be supported, ...  Read More