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Aşıkoğlu started his position as the Alanya Public Prosecutor in 2009 and continued until 2013 when he quit his position to initiate his career as an attorney at law.
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SELF-DEFENSE An unfair attack should only be caused by a person. Self-defense cannot be committed against self-defense. The perpetrator's liability for compensation is eliminated. The unfair attack must continue. There should be a ratio between damage in attack and decisiveness in defence. In order for the act to be considered unfair,...

1) Parliamentary Research: consists of an examination to obtain information on a particular topic. 2) General Discussion: the discussion of a specific issue related to society and state activities at the General Assembly of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey. 3) The Parliamentary Investigation: Consists of the investigation of the...

Continuous (Fiduciary) Crimes Crimes in which the execution of the verb contained in the legal definition continues are called continuous crimes. This is the ongoing movement in crimes. As long as the movement continues, the crime continues to be committed. Just because a crime is a...

Continuous crimes are divided into mandatory continuous crime and possible continuous crime in the doctrine. Mandatory continuous crime is called crimes that naturally persist for a certain period of time with the realization of the movement contained in the legal definition. Crime of deprivation of...

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