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Question03: How about case jurisdiction?

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Answer: 1. Article 4 of the Code: “The district court has the jurisdiction over the first instance of a criminal case, provided that the high court has the jurisdiction over the first instance of the following cases: (1) An offense against the internal security of the State; (2) An offense against the external security of the State; (3) An offense of interference with relations with other States.” 2. Article 5 Paragraph 1 of the Code: “A court of the place where an offense is committed or where an accused is domiciled, resides, or is located shall have jurisdiction over the case.”

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