Attitudes of the Turkish medical profession and jurists towards new Turkish legislation concerning body examination without consent in Criminal Procedure

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  title={Attitudes of the Turkish medical profession and jurists towards new Turkish legislation concerning body examination without consent in Criminal Procedure},
  author={Inci Hot and Hanzade Doğan and Fatih Selami Mahmutoğlu and Coşkun Yorulmaz},
  year={2009}
}
In Turkey, new legislation relating to criminal investigation is the subject of an ongoing debate, and is being discussed from various aspects. This legislation concerns body examination of suspects or crime victims. In this study, the approach of physicians and jurists regarding both internal and external physical examination of suspects and victims without their consent, and possible acceptable conditions for such action are addressed. Then, the new legislation is evaluated and discussed… CONTINUE READING

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