Consultant Editor: Sir Adrian Fulford
"This book is to be recommended to everyone interested in the practice and theory of international criminal law." Judge Sang-Hyun Song, President of the ICC "In the best tradition of Archbold, this is the criminal law practitioner's guide to international criminal courts... a most useful vade mecum" Criminal Law Review Archbold: International provides comprehensive guidance on the practice, procedure, and rules of evidence applicable to all international criminal courts. Covering the ICTY/ICTR/ICC/ECCC, UN Special Courts for the prosecution of serious international crimes in Sierra Leone, Cambodia and Lebanon, it supplies practitioners with everything they need to work effectively before these bodies.
- Sets out the procedure of the ICC and international tribunals
- Advises on how to prepare for cases and directly participate in trial proceedings
- Details how to manage specific offences such as crimes against humanity, crimes of aggression, and genocide
- Explains the structure of the courts and the powers they have
- Covers both pre trial and trial procedure
- Explains what is and is not admissible as evidence
- Deals with sentencing, appeals and Legal Aid
- Covers the emerging field of victim participation and reparation
- Incorporates recent developments from these bodies, including the Charles Taylor case, the first case law from the Cambodia courts and new case law on evidence and procedure
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