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International criminal procedure / Gideon Boas ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Boas, Gideon.
Material type: TextTextSeries: International criminal law practitioner library: vol. 3.Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011Description: lxxxix, 486 p. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9780521116305 .Subject(s): International criminal courts -- Rules and practice | Criminal procedure (International law) | Criminal justice, Administration ofDDC classification: 345.05
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: 1. The nature of international criminal procedure; 2. Creation and amendment of rules of international criminal procedure; 3. Procedures related to primacy and complementarity; 4. Investigations, rights of suspects, and detention; 5. Defence counsel, amici curiae, and the different forms of representation of accused; 6. Pre-trial proceedings; 7. Trial proceedings; 8. The role and status of victims in international criminal procedure; 9. Evidence; 10. Judgement and sentencing; 11. Appeal and revision; 12. Conclusion.
Summary: "The third volume in the series examines international criminal procedure as set out in the regulatory provisions and jurisprudence of the international criminal tribunals. It reviews in detail the key areas of international criminal procedure, including the relationship between the international tribunals and national jurisdictions, investigations, pre-trial and trial proceedings, the rules of evidence, representation of accused, the role and status of victims, judgments, and the appeals process. Moreover, the volume also considers the legal foundations and sources of this area of the law, the rule-making and amending powers of the international tribunals, and the structure of the administrative decision-making processes that impact upon crucial areas of the substantive law. In providing a thorough and critical overview of the mechanics of investigating and trying international crimes, International Criminal Procedure will complement the first two volumes in the series, and thus complete a comprehensive work on international criminal law"--Summary: "Volume 3 of the International Criminal Law Practitioner Library completes the review of international criminal law begun in Volumes 1 and 2, which analyse the forms of responsibility and the elements of the core crimes. This volume reviews the procedural law and practices of the international criminal tribunals from investigation to trial, appeal, and punishment, and examines the framework within which the substantive law operates. The authors present a critical study of those procedures that are essential to effective investigations and fair trials, and explore how the ICC, ICTY, and ICTR - as well as the SCSL and other internationalised tribunals, where relevant - have shaped the evolution of international criminal procedure in order to meet new challenges and changing circumstances. The key jurisprudence and rule amendments up to 1 December 2009 have been surveyed, making this a highly relevant and timely work"--
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Machine generated contents note: 1. The nature of international criminal procedure; 2. Creation and amendment of rules of international criminal procedure; 3. Procedures related to primacy and complementarity; 4. Investigations, rights of suspects, and detention; 5. Defence counsel, amici curiae, and the different forms of representation of accused; 6. Pre-trial proceedings; 7. Trial proceedings; 8. The role and status of victims in international criminal procedure; 9. Evidence; 10. Judgement and sentencing; 11. Appeal and revision; 12. Conclusion.

"The third volume in the series examines international criminal procedure as set out in the regulatory provisions and jurisprudence of the international criminal tribunals. It reviews in detail the key areas of international criminal procedure, including the relationship between the international tribunals and national jurisdictions, investigations, pre-trial and trial proceedings, the rules of evidence, representation of accused, the role and status of victims, judgments, and the appeals process. Moreover, the volume also considers the legal foundations and sources of this area of the law, the rule-making and amending powers of the international tribunals, and the structure of the administrative decision-making processes that impact upon crucial areas of the substantive law. In providing a thorough and critical overview of the mechanics of investigating and trying international crimes, International Criminal Procedure will complement the first two volumes in the series, and thus complete a comprehensive work on international criminal law"--

"Volume 3 of the International Criminal Law Practitioner Library completes the review of international criminal law begun in Volumes 1 and 2, which analyse the forms of responsibility and the elements of the core crimes. This volume reviews the procedural law and practices of the international criminal tribunals from investigation to trial, appeal, and punishment, and examines the framework within which the substantive law operates. The authors present a critical study of those procedures that are essential to effective investigations and fair trials, and explore how the ICC, ICTY, and ICTR - as well as the SCSL and other internationalised tribunals, where relevant - have shaped the evolution of international criminal procedure in order to meet new challenges and changing circumstances. The key jurisprudence and rule amendments up to 1 December 2009 have been surveyed, making this a highly relevant and timely work"--

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