Jurisdiction, admissibility and applicable law Composition and administration of the Court Evidentiary standards Relevance, admissibility and probative value of evidence Individual criminal responsibility Material and mental elements of crimes Rights of the accused and due process Protection of victims and witnesses Victims' participation and reparation Appellate jurisdiction and stay of proceedings.
Scrutinizing all the relevant case-law of the International Criminal Court (ICC), this book elucidates the paradigm that the ICC's jurisprudence represents in international criminal justice. It presents in-depth knowledge of how contemporary international criminal justice preserves, departs from or extends the principles that have developed since the Nuremberg Trials. The author explains how the ICC affirms that the most serious crimes of international concern must not go unpunished.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 293-298) and index.