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Sheidaeian M, Es-haghi S J. Effects of public interest in criminal procedure and its challenge to individual rights. دیدگاه‌های حقوقی. 2020; 25 (89) :101-120
URL: http://jlviews.ujsas.ac.ir/article-1-1145-en.html
1- Farabi Campus - University of Tehran , m_sheidaeian@ut.ac.ir
2- Farabi Campus - University of Tehran
Abstract:   (931 Views)
Criminal procedure is an obvious area for conflict of public interest and individual rights and as being codified for securing public interest, it advocates individual rights. In three main areas of criminal process, institutions and the regulations governing them are formed under the effect of the concept of public interest. Regulations like competencies and dictums on criminal securement, institutions like public prosecutor’s office and the models of criminal process are justified based on this concept. On the opposite side, it guarantees some of procedural and substantive rights like the right to be supposed innocent (acquittance principle), the right to be heard and take action freely and privacy. Surveying illustratively competing of individual rights with public interest, this paper claims that Iranian lawmaker in new law on criminal procedure, in the position of resolving this competing takes a big step to safeguarding basic citizenship rights and recognizing public interest in safeguarding individual rights not limiting it. 
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Criminal Law
Received: 2017/12/14 | Revised: 2021/05/09 | Accepted: 2019/10/21 | Published: 2020/06/04 | ePublished: 2020/06/04

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