Environmental Pollution Crime
This study deals with the crime of environmental pollution in Jordanian law and international conventions, by defining the environment and pollution in jurisprudence, law and the judiciary, and stating the legal basis for the penal responsibility resulting from environmental pollution, through the statement of the material and moral pillars in environmental crimes. The study also deals with the image of the crime of environmental pollution from by clarifying the responsibility of the natural person and the legal person and clarifying the penalty for committing environmental crimes.
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