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media court and procedural justic
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Establishment of a Special Court of Press and granting the guarantees provided for in Article 168 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran to a wide range of press and media accused, has left Unjustified complications in the course of justice and providing basic rights of individuals, and has became an source of important damage from the legal view of point. some of these damages include of unjust inequalities in judicial investigations and violation of procedural justice proceedings without exception of press and media offences provided in principle 168 of constitution (being tried openly and in the presence of a jury). Provisions of the new Code of Criminal Procedure (2014) and recently passed political crime Act (2016) regarding to the Establishment of jury in accordance with principle 168 of constitution and following the courts to the principle of openness of trials and its exceptions, can be considered as starting point for evolution of defective procedure system of media offenses which will lead to a reduction of inequalities in press court.

Keywords: median offence, media court, procedural justic, political offence
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Type of Study: Critical & Analisis | Subject: General Law
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media court and procedural justic. دیدگاه های حقوقی. 2015; 20 (71) :54-72
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