عنوان مقاله [English]
Medical crimes require a differential criminal policy because they are classified as specialized crimes, which are criminalized and undergo the process of choosing punishment based on the correct recognition of this category of crimes. Meanwhile, the influence of the perpetrators of this area cannot be ignored on criminal policy because of their particular position in society. This article attempts to address Iran's criminal policy in the field of medical crime from the critical criminology and its branches, including Marxist criminology, feminist criminology and postmodern criminology point of view with the aim of pathology and not overall deny this criminal policy as it does in critical criminology. In order to achieve this goal, some parts of the adopted regulations in this area from criminalization and choosing punishment to hearing method has been considered in the light of critical criminology. The appropriate alternatives to amend these regulations are presented as well.