Position of the Jordanian Legislation and Jordanian Judiciary from the Moral Offender Compared To the Egyptian Legislation
Keywords:Moral Offender, Crime, Jordanian Legislation, Egyptian Legislation.
AbstractThis study aimed to know the position of the Jordanian legislation and the Jordanian judiciary, and he Egyptian legislation from the moral offender and the resulting consequences on that. This study is important since it is in accordance with the legal logic which assign the crime to its real doer, and to identify the responsibility of the moral actor as a whole, since we cannot consider him as a physical doer, since the legal logic and justice reject to use this mind for non penal responsibility person. The descriptive, analytical and comparative methods have been used. The study included a number of topic related to the moral offender. The study reached a set of results. The most important is that for the moral offender feature to be available in the criminal he should make positive activity and precise role in executing the crime, and the moral offender bears result of the crime as if he is the original offender. The study recommended a number of recommendations. The most prominent that the Jordanian legislator to set special text regarding the moral offender of the crime on solve he issue and to avoid the conflict.
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