interrogation in the islamic laws,and civil laws acomparative study
Collage of Islamic Sciences Magazine,
2010, Volume 4, Issue 8, Pages 134-162
Interrogation is considered as a known method of confirming evidences. It is a procedure used by Judges in Judgment Council, or in a Court accordingly. It is done, sometimes, on the request of the lawsuit concerned. It uses the other party/questions in order to reach the results after interrogation, or accepting it to confirm his requests. It is an evidence of absolute nature, or to enable the Judge and the Court for providing it, and the truth leading to this conformation.
Thus, these methods may by used to confirm the Legibility of Descriptive Islamic Laws. It is known in the past, and in the Islamic Laws as it is in the Koran, and other evidences in the Islamic Laws, and its legality. It is a method for touching the ambiguity of the case stated in the Court.
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