THE ROLE OF THE JUDICIAL PRESUMPTION IN CRIMINAL EVIDENCE (QUOTED)
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2021, Volume 10, Issue Issue 37 part 2, Pages 494-537
AbstractJudicial evidence is of great importance in criminal proof, because the truth cannot be achieved without it. It has great value in evidence in terms of strengthening other evidence on which the judge relies to form his conviction, but it is often the criterion by which the judge balances between the different evidence and assesses the evidence In front of him in order to reach a just judgment.In view of the absence of the legal context exclusively in the penal legislation, it is therefore an indirect but sufficient evidence to form the judge's conviction regarding the incident presented to him, so it was necessary to address this issue and shed light on all its aspects to determine its nature and its role in the criminal evidence.
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