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Code of Criminal Procedure
Scientific requirements of Interrogation of child victims of sexual abuse in the primary investigation process

Hossein Goldouzian

Volume 11, Issue 42 , January 2023, Pages 9-43


  Despite the fact that the interrogation and initial questions and answers of the victim in the primary investigations process play a prominent role in the detection of crimes, but the physical and mental characteristics of the interrogator and the manner of the interrogation process have been disregarded ...  Read More

Criminal law and criminology
Iranian stories from the perspective of prevention in the field of children"From theoretical capacity to practical use"

Amin Jafari; Ali Molabeigi

Volume 11, Issue 42 , January 2023, Pages 45-81


  : Statement of the problem: since children and teenagers can be the audience of the legislator, they have the possibility of entering the field of criminal law regarding delinquency, and in terms of special physical and emotional conditions;  They are exposed to all kinds of injuries, especially ...  Read More

Criminal law and criminology
FIUs:From Prediction and Prevention of Money laundering and Financing of Terrorism to the Challenges of Dissemination of Information/ with Emphasis on the Iranian Law

Mehri Barzegar

Volume 11, Issue 42 , January 2023, Pages 83-119


  Introduction: Combating against Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism requires access to financial information. Therefore, The Financial Intelligence Units (FIUs) as the center of receiving, analyzing and disseminating financial data have a key role in prediction of the patterns of these criminal ...  Read More

Criminal law and criminology
Fundamental changes in the law on reducing the punishment of imprisonment in the preliminary investigation process

Siamak Jafarzadeh; Reza Nikkhah sarnaghi; Hamid Alizadeh

Volume 11, Issue 42 , January 2023, Pages 121-151


  The approach to incarceration is as old as history itself. However, as societies have developed, fundamental ambiguities have emerged in this approach. Consequently, following the knowledge of criminology, custodial sentences have been seen as inadequate in reducing crimes, preventing recidivism, and ...  Read More

General and exclusive criminal law
The nature of third party payment of the difference in the Diyeh (blood money) and its effects

Mohammad rasool Ahangaran; Mehrdad Saeedi

Volume 11, Issue 42 , January 2023, Pages 153-179


  In cases where the blood money for the killer exceeds that of the victim, and the avengers of blood demand Qisas (retaliation), attaining the right of Qisas requires restitution of the difference in Diyeh to the person being avenged. The responsibility for paying the difference in Diyeh varies depending ...  Read More

Code of Criminal Procedure
Ruling on Jurisdiction in the Myanmar Situation and its Results in The ICC’s Jurisprudence

Javad Salehi

Volume 11, Issue 42 , January 2023, Pages 181-210


  The ICC ruling on jurisdiction in the Myanmar situation by relying on Article 19(3) of the Statute at the request of the Prosecutor, results which have not been known before. The ICC jurisprudence in relation to the application of Article 19 of the Statute to the situation in the Myanmar has led to conclusions ...  Read More

General and exclusive criminal law
The linkage among behavior and element of loss in compound offense, challenges of legal determination and judicial verification with emphasis on fraud

Abolfazl Mohamad alikhani; Hassan Alipour; Mohamadreza Elahimanesh

Volume 11, Issue 42 , January 2023, Pages 211-244


  A compound crime refers to a crime that involves two or more behaviors. The combination of these behaviors, which determine a distinct nature separate from simple or single-behavior crimes, sets apart compound crimes. The multi-behavior nature of a compound crime does not solely rely on the criminality ...  Read More