specialty journal of politics and law
Study of the Exception Rei Judicata of the Criminal Law Principle in International Criminal Law
Parisa Monavari, Mohsen Fallah
In criminal matters, when a court or a court has passed the various stages of proceedings - whether primitive, prosecution, or termination - they have passed the credibility of a criminal offense and, as a result, a reopening of the dispute and a request for review No legal license. The prohibition of re-pursuit of the rules governing public order. The principle of the validity of the custodial sentence is one of the most important rules of the criminal procedure, which is foreseen in the laws of the civilized nations of the world as well as in a number of international documents. The concept of the aforementioned principle in international documents was introduced from the early 20th century and gradually developed and developed in the 21st Century in the Statute of the International Court of Justice. This thesis examines the differences and similarities of the validity of the closed case in the Iranian law and the International Criminal Code, and the extent and quality of the application of this rule in Iran's Criminal Code and the Statute of the International Court of Justice.