Privacy of the Criminal Law for Sport
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2021, Volume 10, Issue Issue 39 part 1, Pages 28-64
AbstractSport takes up a prominent place in society, as it has become one of the important rights of society, because of its importance in the lives of individual people, so it was necessary to organize its provisions and set the limits or conditions regulating them, and part of these rules relate to the penal aspect. Thus, what is known as the criminal law for sports appeared, and the discussion began among jurisprudence about the emergence of a new branch of criminal law. Therefore, the study focused on showing the extent to which this law enjoys the subjectivity that justifies its independence from the penal law. It was found through the study that the rules of the criminal law for sports are subjective, which stand out in the rules related to the scope of its application and in some of its substantive rules (criminal and punitive) as well as some of its procedural rules, which means that the criminal law for sport has become a new branch of criminal law, which has an independent subjectivity that justifies Independence from general penal law.
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