Role of Evidence in Forming the Conviction of the Criminal Judge


  • Ahmed Jabbar Hussein
  • Hayder Ars Afan


Evidence, Judge's Conviction, Defects of Proof with Evidence


Evidence is a part or element of the evidence, it is not complete or sufficient evidence, but it is reinforcing other evidence then it rises to the level of evidence, and the evidence is of variable value in the evidence according to the circumstances of each case, and therefore the assessment of the value of real evidence is difficult and therefore its impact on the formation of the judge's doctrine varies strength and weakness according to the strength and weakness of the evidence,   The multiplicity of evidence is of great value in removing doubt in the judge's conviction when forming his conviction, unlike whether the evidence is single and not multiple.