عنوان مقاله [English]
From one perspective, crimes are classified into two types of offences irrespective of condition of the victim and forgivable. The forgivable crimes are those that deserve special attention in addition to the public aspect. The legislator in this category of crimes has a significant stake in the plaintiff's will so that the initiation, pursuit, prosecution and enforcement of the sentence is subject to the plaintiff's complaint and failure to pass. The present study deals with one of the assumptions regarding the plaintiff's expulsion announcement that, prior to the expiration of the pledge, agreements are reached between the plaintiff and the custodian.
In this research we will seek to answer the question of what is the legal nature of the past and can previous agreements be constrained? Our hypothesis is that forgiveness is inherently a kind of will, and although the agreements reached can make it a condition, it has virtually no effect on the judicial process.