Juridical Analysis with Emphasis on the Legal System of Legal Pretense of Lawful Acts

Document Type : Original Article

Authors

tabriz university

10.22034/ijrj.2020.678162

Abstract

Demonstration of lawful verbs is a credit and affair that is directly related to the thoughts, beliefs and morals of the people in any society whose crime, punishment or even the norm of what they know, depends on society. Of course, the Iranian legislator considers this behavior to be contrary to the ethical principles of the society and considers the criterion of criminalizing this behavior to be a victim of public humiliation which is in fact a disturbance of the social order of society.And, without regard to non-criminal acts, it deals with the guarantee of coercive punishment.The criminal actions is against lawful act pretending to prioritize and spend chastising capabilities and immoral act of pretending to be lawful, because necessity is not criminalized in the field of criminal law.It can be through culture and non-criminal actions and desired behavior is limited. And interest to income from the criminalization of the society will be greater than the negative effects. The legislature of the criminalization of this behavior turned from non-criminal acts, without violent criminal acts. It can be determined by culture and education of anytraining programs.

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