Adoptive Study Of Criminal Prosecution Basics In Iranian And Turkish Law System

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Leyla Kaleybar Atigh , Vahid Zarei Sharif , Amirreza Mahmoudi , Tayyebeh Godrati Siyahmazgi


The principles governing criminal prosecution include structures and frameworks that explain what prosecution is and justify why it exist. Undoubtedly, understanding the social and philosophical foundations of any human establishment is essential. Accordingly, the logical and social structures governing criminal prosecution are of particular importance. The purpose of this study is to find out what and why criminal prosecution is based on which the whole prosecution process is based and is designed based on its strengths or weaknesses. This is because, on the one hand, in order to properly understand criminal prosecution and its accurate evaluation, it is necessary that the principles, goals and principles governing it have been carefully examined. On the other hand, in order to get acquainted with the prosecution process, different methods of prosecution have been comparatively studied in Iranian and Turkish law, prosecution by the court (the dominant method in Turkey) and prosecution by the prosecutor (the only solution in Iran).

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