Volume 9, Issue 32 (Spring 2015)                   MLJ 2015, 9(32): 53-77 | Back to browse issues page

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Sadat Hosseini A. Reflection on the quality of batteries expert in forensic medicine of Iran. MLJ. 2015; 9 (32) :53-77
URL: http://ijmedicallaw.ir/article-1-289-en.html

Abstract After revolution and changing the rules, Blood Money Rules are cited by courts for Penal proceedings or batteries compensation resulted from quasi-intentional crimes. In these rules, importance of batteries medical expert that is done by forensic medicine specialists has doubled up than the past. Many changes happened especially about blood money rules principals by approving new rule of Islamic Penal Code in 2013. So we try to reflect on the quality of batteries expert. This study has targeted to provide neglected or new issue by citing to medical and legal regulations for better batteries expert and opening the door in this field in order to arrive specialists’consensus. This study has done through review the texts and citing to medical regulations, related rules especially Code of Civil Procedure, new Islamic Penal Code approved in 2013 and legal principals. In this study that is the first study in this field, we try to provide the issue either in shape or content that can help to forensic medicine specialists how to enter to expert, audit the batteries, describe them and adapt them to the Act that is the most important. Then our verdict can help to better analysis of views and forensic medicine specialists’ certifications. One of the most important results is local authority expert identification through negative, the need for a complete description of injuries in certifications due to its subjectivism in courts judgments, the necessity of Zat-albyne reform when examination and audit the injuries and finally to provide a framework and a criterion for Blood Money interference when we adapt the injuries by citing the related Acts.

Type of Study: Review Article |
Received: 2014/11/3 | Accepted: 2015/02/8

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