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International Criminal Evidence (International and Comparative Criminal Law Series)

by Richard May

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  • 40 Currently reading

Published by Transnational Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International courts & procedures,
  • Law,
  • Evidence, Criminal,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • Human Rights,
  • Rules and practice,
  • International,
  • Criminology,
  • Criminal Law - General,
  • Political Freedom & Security - Human Rights,
  • International criminal courts

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages370
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8730148M
    ISBN 101571051449
    ISBN 109781571051448

    The book considers international criminal law in context and seeks to account for the political and cultural factors that have influenced – and that continue to influence – this still-emerging body Author: Philipp Kastner. This evidence book is for criminal practitioners and provides the entire California Evidence Code with expert analysis and detailed commentaries, along with numerous tables and charts, sample questions, and more. Book $

      The definitive treatise on international criminal law, M. Cherif Bassiouni's unique 3- volume collection is now in its third edition. Written by more than 50 outstanding authorities from 19 countries, it covers the entire field, from the theory of what makes a crime "international" to the step-by-step conduct of an international prosecution/5(1). Evidence in International Criminal Trials compares procedural activities relevant for international criminal tribunals and the International Criminal Court: evaluation, collection, disclosure, admissibility and presentation of evidence. The book provides guidance .

      This keynote address delivered to a Conference on Evidence in International Criminal Tribunals at University College Dublin in November considers how differently evidentiary issues are dealt with by international criminal tribunals from domestic tribunals. It is argued that, although there are jurisdictional differences affecting what Cited by: 3. This is the first ever textbook on international criminal law published after the adoption of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court in July and the adoption in June of the.


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International Criminal Evidence (International and Comparative Criminal Law Series) by Richard May Download PDF EPUB FB2

About the Author Judge Richard May is the Presiding Judge, Trial Chamber III, of the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. He has written extensively about criminal evidence and is the author of Criminal Evidence.

Marieke Wierda was Associate Legal Officer at the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the Former by: The International Criminal Trial --Ch.

Procedures Relevant to Evidence --Ch. III. Collection and Disclosure of Evidence --Ch. General Approach to Evidence --Ch. Presentation of Evidence at Trial --Ch. Witnesses --Ch. VII. Documentary and Forensic Evidence --Ch.

VIII. Fair Trial Rights --Ch. Evidence and Appeal Proceedings. In the course of her work at the international criminal tribunals, Ms Buisman has published a number of articles and chapters in books on the subject of international criminal procedure and evidence and International Criminal Evidence book currently in the completion stage of her PhD on fact-finding methodologies in international criminal by:   Author: Mark Klamberg In Evidence in International Criminal Trials Mark Klamberg compares procedural activities relevant for international criminal tribunals and the International Criminal Court, including evaluation, collection, disclosure, admissibility and presentation of by: International Criminal Evidence by Richard May,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

This comprehensive and versatile book covers both international criminal law and the application of US criminal law transnationally. It has chapters on each of the core crimes (aggression, genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes), as well as separate chapters on the international tribunals from Nuremberg on and the by: 8.

This book provides practitioners, scholars and students with an in-depth analysis of the law of evidence before international criminal tribunals. It treats subjects such as admissibility; hearsay; identification evidence; forensic and documentary evidence.

It also discusses procedural issues arising from fair trial rights, state cooperation Cited by: The result is a book that not only canvases and addresses the broad array of critiques leveled at international criminal tribunals but adds significantly to the rather scant literature on the philosophical justifications for international criminal justice.' Margaret M.

deGuzman Source: Ethics & International Cited by: 1. Professor Bassiouni is the editor of 45 books, and the author of 23 books and book chapters, journal articles and other legal publications on International Criminal Law, Comparative Criminal Law, Human Rights and U.S. Criminal Law. The contributions in this Liber Amicorum deal with questions of procedural law in an international context.

They cover not only problems of international civil procedure and international arbitration, but also questions of administering justice in the domestic civil and criminal law contexts, as well as in the fields of public international law and European Law.

Procedure and Evidence should be read in conjunction with and subject to the provisions of the Statute. The Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the International Criminal Court do not affect the procedural rules for any national court or legal system for the purpose of national proceedings.

Published by the Oxford University Press, this book of almost 1, pages represents the extensive, detailed and jurisprudentially important results of a major collaborative project on Reviews: 2. One of the great innovations of the Statute of the International Criminal Court and its Rules of Procedure and Evidence is the series of rights granted to victims.

[] [] For the first time in the history of international criminal justice, victims have the possibility under the Statute to present their views and observations before the Court. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index.

Description: lxvi, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Preface / Kofi Annan --The Work of the Preparatory Commission / Phillip Kirsch --Introduction / Roy S. Lee --Ch. Making of the Elements of Crimes --I.

Introduction / Herman von Hebel Decision to Include Elements of Crimes in the. Douglas Guilfoyle Written by an outstanding scholar and teacher, this book provides the only student-focused guide to international criminal law With teaching and learning at its heart, this text adopts a user-friendly writing style and follows a structure aligned with international criminal law courses.

This book aims at determining the content of the duty to co-operate with the existing international criminal tribunals in the field of evidence gathering. It contains an analysis of the power to request assistance and an analysis of the corresponding duty to provide that by: In Evidence in International Criminal Trials Mark Klamberg compares procedural activities relevant for international criminal tribunals and the International Criminal Court, including evaluation, collection, disclosure, admissibility and presentation of evidence.

The author analyses what objectives are recognized in relation to the aforementioned procedural activities and whether it is. This book sets out and analyses the procedural law applied by international criminal tribunals and the International Criminal Court (ICC).

It traces the development of international criminal procedure from its roots in the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg to its current application by the Yugoslav and Rwanda Tribunals, the Special Court for Sierra Leone, the Extraordinary Chamber.

Spinellis, Dionysios D., Securing Evidence Abroad: A European Perspective, in International Criminal Law Procedural and Enforcement Mechanisms –88 (Bassiouni, M.

Cherif ed., 2d ed. Zagaris, Bruce, Gathering Evidence from and for the United States, in International Criminal Law Procedural and Enforcement Mechanisms –88 Author: Bruce Zagaris. Additional chapters cover the purposes and procedures of extradition (and its alternatives, such as “rendition”) and mutual legal assistance (obtaining evidence abroad for use in criminal cases).

Attention is also given to the major “transnational crimes,” including terrorism, corruption, trafficking and organized crime. A trial of 28 alleged Japanese war criminals was conducted (–47) by an nation tribunal in Tokyo.

Evidence similar to that presented against the Nazis brought death sentences to Hideki Tojo and others. The U.S. Supreme Court refused an appeal that was based on the ground that the international .The proper construction of co-perpetration responsibility in international criminal law has become one of the most enduring controversies in this field, with the UN Tribunals endorsing the theory of joint criminal enterprise, and the International Criminal Court adopting the alternative joint control over the crime theory to define this mode of liability.International Criminal Court: Rules of Evidence and Procedure Primary tabs.

The Rules of Evidence and Procedure (“Rules”) are a subordinate instrument for the application of the Rome Statute and to protect the rights of women in relation to sexual violence cases. For instance, under Rule 63(4) corroboration is not required to prove any.