Kurdish Studies

ISSN: 2051-4883 | e-ISSN: 2051-4891
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The Legal Organization of Digital Drugs in Jordanian Criminal Legislation Comparative Study

Dr. Ashraf Fatehi Khaleel Al-Rai
Midocean University
Dr. Ayman Atef alkhaswaneh
Legal Consultant
Dr. Mohamed Abdiljalil Abdulla Ahmed Alansari
Lecturer at several universities in criminal law and cybercrime
Keywords: Digital Drugs, Jordanian Criminal Legislation, Electronic Crimes..


The study examined the legal regulation of digital drugs and whether they could be criminalized because of their significant harm to young people, children, and teenagers, without any visible signs, thus intensifying their negative effects on the community.Moreover, the study points to a crucial issue in Jordanian legal system as it relates to the Electronic Crimes Law, Penal Code, and the Law on Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances to regulate addiction to digital drugs, which do have the same effects as traditional drugs.This is particularly relevant in the context of the global advancements in this field.

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