Publication ethics and a statement of misconduct in publication
The ethical policy of the Anbar University Journal of Legal Sciences (AUJLPS) is based on the archives of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). You cannot rush to solve the problem. The AUJLPS Ethical Policy is responsible for limiting any research papers or model articles to the journal to the required number. For information on this topic of publication and ethical guidelines, please visit.

Violation of publishing ethics
1. Plagiarism: Plagiarism is the intentional use of someone else's ideas or other original material as if it were their own. AUJLPS considers copying even a single sentence of someone else's manuscript, or even your own previously published sentence, without proper citation, as plagiarism. All manuscripts under review or published with AUJLPS are subject to screening using the Plagiarism Prevention Program. Thus, plagiarism is a serious breach of publishing ethics. A service that helps editors verify the authenticity of papers. Plagiarism powered by Turnitin. For a searchable list of all journals in the database, please visit:

2. Data fabrication and falsification: Data fabrication and falsification means that the researcher did not actually conduct the study, but created data or results and recorded or reported the fabricated information. Data falsification means that the researcher conducted the experiment, but manipulated, changed, or omitted the data or results from the research results.
3. Simultaneous Submission: Simultaneous submission occurs when a manuscript (or large sections of a manuscript) is submitted to a journal when it is already under study by another journal.
4. Duplicate publication: Duplicate publication occurs when two or more papers, without full cross-references, share essentially the same hypotheses, data, discussion points, and conclusions.

5. Redundant Publications Redundant publications involve the improper division of study results into several articles, often as a result of a desire to fill out academic resumes.
6. Inappropriate contribution or attribution of the author: All listed authors must have made a significant scholarly contribution to the research of the manuscript and agree with all of his claims. Don't forget to list everyone who has made a significant scientific contribution, including students and lab technicians.

7. Citation manipulation: Citation manipulation includes excessive citations, in the submitted manuscript, that do not contribute to the scholarly content of the article and are included solely for the purpose of increasing citations from a particular author's work, or to articles published on a particular topic. magazine. This misrepresents the importance of the work and the specific journal in which it appears, and thus constitutes a form of scientific misconduct.

8. Penalties: If there are documented violations of any of the above policies in any journal, regardless of whether the violations occurred in one of the journals or not, the following penalties will apply: (i) immediate rejection of the offending manuscript, (ii) immediate rejection For every other manuscript submitted to any journal published by any of the authors of the offending manuscript, (iii) a ban of at least 36 months will be imposed against all authors of any new submissions to any journal, either individually or jointly with other authors of the offending manuscript, and (iv) ) Banning all authors from serving on the editorial board of any journal.