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Routledge research in international law.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages -294) and index.
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Overview of consular access Role of consuls in assisting a national Situations requiring advice about consular access Individuals who must be advised Timing of consular access Confidentiality of communication Automatic notification under bilateral treaties Rights assertable against the receiving state Consular access as a due process right Statutory right to sending state protection Non-statutory right to sending state protection Incorporation into domestic law Subsidiary regulation and legislation Availability of a judicial remedy Domestic effect of international decisions Prejudice as a prerequisite for a judicial remedy Suppression of evidence as a judicial remedy Procedural default as barring a remedy Consular access violation as grounds for sentence reduction or clemency Monetary damages for a foreign national Intervention in court by a sending state Civil suit by a sending state Diplomatic protest by a sending state Jurisdiction in the International Court of Justice Jurisdiction in Inter-American human rights organs Proceedings in the International Court of Justice Proceedings in the Inter-American human rights system.