Paper Information

Journal:   JOURNAL OF LAW AND POLITICS   summer 2018 , Volume 14 , Number 36 #b00498; Page(s) 125 To 145.
 
Paper: 

Iran's Security Criminal Policies on Reducing Penalties

 
 
Author(s):  Afshinpour Mostafa, Naghavi Mehdi*
 
* Azad University, Isfahan University, Khorasgan
 
Abstract: 
Adjustment of Penalties is meant to bring justice closer to the punishment required by the criminal phenomenon. Adjustment of penalties can be reviewed in three parts: the generalization of legal penalties, incomplete penalties and nonenforcement of penalties in the context of criminal law. Since the achievement of a purely criminal justice approach based on various definitions and beliefs of this concept has never been realized in the universe, therefore, criminal law may be condemned in a legal system of adjustment of penalties to a favorable situation, and in the criminal system of other policies, the penalties would be adjusted to a maximum and violent attitude to the convict. It seems that the adoption of a legitimate securityist approach to dignity punishments, zero tolerance for perpetrators of major, high crime and security offenses. The more this feature is made more prominent in any penal system, it shows the proximity of the criteria of the criminal law of dignity and its proximity to the criminal security policy. In thi s article, the Islamic Penal Code has tried to understand the dominant approach of Iran's criminal law from this perspective.
 
Keyword(s): Criminal policy,Adjustment of penalties,Security of Criminal Policy
 
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