The exceptional criminal role of the civil judge

Abstract

The civil court has the right to exercise civil role in accordance with the law. In some cases, however, it may exercise a punitive and externally punitive role, whether the objective is to impose sanctions that may be negative or may be financial, This is the result of the legislator's desire to enable the civil judge to apply the law and maintain the prestige of the judiciary and to confront any person who leads to the violation of the sanctity of the judiciary or to mislead or obstruct it. Or its agents to comply with the provisions of the law, as well as the desire of the legislature to simplify formalities in line with the positive role of the judge .