عنوان مقاله [English]
Damiah is the second type of head and face injuries. The jurists have presented various definitions of this injury that can be summarized in three general definitions. The legislator of the Islamic Republic of Iran, reflecting the famous definition of jurists in article 709 (b) of the Islamic Penal Code, described Damiah as "a slight incident in meat and with a low or high blood flow". The critical review of various jurisprudential theories in defining this injury as well as the reflection in the provisions of the above article, makes it doubtful what is perceived as the definition of a Damiah. These doubts then become more tangible and interesting in considering criticism of jurisprudential and legal opinions, the principle of quality of law as a metadata setting to clarify the nature, originality and form of the law. Therefore, in this paper, while investigating different theories of jurists regarding the definition of a Damiah, it is attempted, in accordance with the principle of the quality of law, while adhering to the method of ijtihadi in the critique of the jurisprudential propositions, a definition of the Damiah is to be presented, with all the indicators of the law Qualitative.