The study aimed at clarifying the features of the Shari'a Public Prosecution in the Jordanian Jurisprudence Law. In order to achieve this, the researcher followed the analytical descriptive method.
The study has reached a number of conclusions, the most important of which are: The prosecution can not be prosecuted by the public prosecution, whether it is an original party or a party. The court must respond to the request. If the case is prolonged, the Public Prosecution wants to see some procedures for presenting opinion on a particular matter, or to write the final arguments in the case. The Public Prosecution may also intervene in cases pending before the Supreme Court if it does not intervene before the lower court in cases of voluntary intervention. The community roles of the Public Prosecutor's Office are to promote respect for human rights, especially vulnerable groups, to protect the public right, to protect the waqf , And social security for the members of society.
Al-Sharifain, Yousef Abdallah and Al-Omari, Hussein
"Shari'a Public Prosecution in the Law of Shari'a Proceedings Jordan,"
Jordan Journal of Islamic Studies: Vol. 15
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jois/vol15/iss4/4