THE CONCEPT OF THE RIGHT TO APPEAL CRIMINAL COURT JUDGMENTS AND ITS IMPACT ON ACHIEVING A FAIR TRIAL - A COMPARATIVE STUDY

Fahad Nashmi Naji Al Rashidi

Abstract


In this research, we will address the appeal of judgments passed against the accused and their relationship with his trial. Before addressing the relationship of the appeal of judgments to the right of the accused to a fair trial, we must indicate the description of the appeal, its concept, as well as the judgments and their types. Therefore, we divided this research into two sections. In the first section, we will address the concept of the right to appeal judgments and its description. In the first subsection, we will address the meaning of the right of the accused to appeal judgments. The second subsection addresses the legislative regulation of the right to appeal judgments. As for the second section, it addresses the relationship of appealing judgments with the right of the accused to a fair trial, in which we will address in its first subsection the ordinary methods for the means of appeal, and in the second subsection the extraordinary methods of the means of appeal, which we will address respectively, God willing.

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the right to appeal; criminal court judgments; fair trial

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejsss.v6i1.966

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