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The International Criminal Court : elements of crimes and rules of procedure and evidence

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  • Creator edited by Roy S. Lee ; associate editors, Håkan Friman ... [and others]
  • Format Books
  • Contributors
  • Publication Ardsley, NY : Transnational Publishers, [2001] ©2001
  • Physical Details
    • lxvi, 857 pages ; 24 cm
  • ISBNs 9781571052094, 1571052097, 9781571052100, 1571052100
  • OCLC ocm47444007

Notes

  • Includes index.

Contents

  • Preface / Kofi Annan -- The Work of the Preparatory Commission / Phillip Kirsch -- Introduction / Roy S. Lee -- Ch. 1. The Making of the Elements of Crimes -- I. Introduction / Herman von Hebel -- II. The Decision to Include Elements of Crimes in the Rome Statute / Herman von Hebel -- III. Developing Elements of Crimes / Herman von Hebel -- IV. What Are Elements of Crimes? / Maria Kelt and Herman von Hebel -- Ch. 2. General Principles of Criminal Law and Elements of Crimes / Maria Kelt and Herman von Hebel -- I. Introduction -- II. General Principles in the Rome Statute -- III. The Need for a Consistent Approach to the General Principles -- IV. General Introduction to the Element of Crimes -- V. Article 30 and the Default Rule -- VI. Mistakes of Fact and Mistake of Law -- VII. Individual Criminal Responsibility -- VIII. Grounds for Excluding Criminal Responsibility -- IX. Other Issues Dealt with in the General Introduction -- Ch. 3. The Elements of Genocide -- I. Introduction / Valerie Oosterveld -- II. The Context of Genocide / Valerie Oosterveld -- III. Elements of the Specific Forms of Genocide / Charles Garraway -- Ch. 4. The Elements for Crimes against Humanity -- I. Introduction / Darryl Robinson -- II. The Context of Crimes Against Humanity / Darryl Robinson -- III. Elements of Specific Forms of Crimes Against Humanity / Darryl Robinson -- Ch. 5. The Elements of War Crimes -- I. Introduction / Herman von Hebel -- II. The Context of War Crimes / Knut Dormann, Eve La Haye and Herman van Hebel -- III. Elements of the Specific Forms of War Crimes -- Ch. 6. Reflections on the Elements of Crimes / Darryl Robinson and Herman von Hebel -- I. The Negotiating Dynamics and the Outcome -- II. Are Elements of Crimes Necessary? Are They Useful? -- III. Conclusion -- Ch. 1. The Elaboration of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence / Silvia A. Fernandez de Gurmendi -- I. Introduction -- II. The Drafting of the Rules by States -- III. The Negotiating Process -- IV. Structure of the Rules -- V. Content of the Rules -- VI. Conclusions -- Ch. 2. Composition and Administration of the Court -- I. Introduction -- II. Office of the Prosecutor / Merdard Rwelamira -- III. The Registry / Gerard Dive -- IV. Situations That May Affect the Functioning of the Court / Cate Steains -- V. Single Judge, Replacements, and Alternate Judges / Socorro Flores Liera -- VI. Publications, Languages, and Translation / Socorro Flores Liera -- Ch. 3. Jurisdiction and Admissibility / John Holmes -- I. Introduction -- II. Part 2 of the Rome Statute -- III. Rules for Section I of Chapter 3 -- IV. Rules for Section II of Chapter 3 -- V. Rules for Section III of Chapter 3 -- VI. Conclusion -- Ch. 4. Evidence / Donald Piragoff -- I. Introduction -- II. General Provisions on Evidence -- III. Privileged Communications and Information -- VI. Evidence in Cases of Sexual Violence -- V. Self-Incrimination by a Witness -- VI. Incrimination by Family Members -- VII. Compellability of a Witness -- VIII. Conclusion -- Ch. 5. Disclosure of Evidence / Helen Brady -- I. Introduction -- II. Negotiating History of the Rules on Disclosure -- III. A Brief Examination of the Disclosure Regime Prior to the Confirmation Hearing -- IV. Rules Regarding Disclosure of Evidence by the Prosecutor -- V. Rules Regarding Disclosure of Evidence by the Defence -- VI. Restrictions on Disclosure -- VII. The Timing of Disclosure -- VIII. Disclosure of Evidence to the Trial Chamber Prior to the Trial -- Ch. 6. Victims and Witnesses -- I. Introduction -- II. Definition of Victims and General Principles / Silvia A. Fernandez de Gurmendi -- III. Protective and Special Measures for Victims and Witnesses / Helen Brady -- VI. Participation of Victims in the Proceedings / Gilbert Bitti and Hakan Friman -- V. Reparation to Victims / Hakan Friman and Peter Lewis -- Ch. 7. Investigation and Prosecution / Hakan Friman -- I. Introduction -- II. Initiation of an Investigation and Prosecution - Links Between Parts 2 and 5 of the Statute -- III. Organization of the Pre-Trial Chamber - Links Between Parts 4 and 5 of the Statute -- IV. The Pre-Trial Phase - Part 5 of the Statute -- V. Closure of the Pre-Trial Phase - Links Between Parts 5 and 6 of the Statute -- VI. Participation of Victims in the Pre-Trial Proceedings -- VII. Appeal of Decisions Taken in the Pre-Trial Phase - Links Between Parts 5 and 8 of the Statute -- VIII. State Cooperation and Legal Assistance during the Investigation Stage - Links Between Parts 5 and 9 of the Statute -- IX. Final Remarks -- Ch. 8. Trial Procedure / Peter Lewis -- I. Introduction -- II. Records and Custody of Evidence -- III. Status Conferences and Motions -- IV. Medical Examination of the Accused -- V. Joint and Separate Trials -- VI. Admission of Guilt -- VII. Directions for the Conduct of the Trial Proceedings -- VIII. Closure, Deliberation, Additional Hearings, and Delivery of Decision -- IX. Conclusion -- Ch. 9. Penalties / Rolf Fife -- I. Introduction -- II. Negotiating History -- III. General Overview of the Rules -- IV. Determination of Sentence -- V. Imposition of Fines -- VI. Orders of Forfeiture -- VII. Orders to Transfer Fines or Forfeitures to the Trust Fund -- VIII. Note on Multiple Offences -- Ch. 10. Appeals and Revision -- I. Introduction -- II. Appeal / Helen Brady -- III. Revision of Conviction or Sentence / Gilbert Bitti and Silvia A. Fernandez de Gurmendi -- Ch. 11. Offences Against the Integrity of the Court / Hakan Friman -- I. Introduction -- II. The Inter-Sessional Meeting in Siracusa -- III. Offences Against the Administration of Justice under Article 70 -- IV. Misconduct Before te Court under Article 71 -- V. Final Remarks -- Ch. 12. Compensation to the Arrested or Convicted Person / Gilbert Bitti -- I. Introduction -- II. Negotiating History -- III. Request for Compensation -- IV. Procedure for Seeking Compensation -- V. Amount of Compensation -- VI. Conclusion -- Ch. 13. International Cooperation and Judicial Assistance / Frederik Harhoff and Phakiso Mochochoko -- I. Introduction -- II. Request for Cooperation under Article 87 -- III. Surrender, Transit, and Competing Requests under Articles 89 and 90 -- IV. Documents for Arrest and Surrender under Articles 91 and 92 -- V. Cooperation under Article 93 -- VI. Cooperation under Article 98 -- VII. Rule of Specially under Article 101 -- VIII. Conclusion -- Ch. 14. Enforcement / Kimberly Prost -- I. Introduction -- II. Rules Relating to Enforcement -- III. Rules of Section I of Chapter 12 -- IV. Rules for Section II of Chapter 12 -- V. Rules of Section III of Chapter 12 -- VI. Rules of Section IV of Chapter 12 -- VII. Rules of Section V of Chapter 12 -- VIII. Rule on Escape -- Ch. 1. The Coalition for the International Criminal Court at the Preparatory Commission / William Pace and Jennifer Schense -- I. Introduction -- II. Evolution of the Coalition -- III. Methods of Work of the Coalition at the Preparatory Commission -- IV. NGOs as Expert Advisors -- V. NGOs as Advocates -- VI. NGOs as Publicists -- VII. NGOs as Documentarians -- VIII. Approaches to the Elements of Crimes -- IX. Approaches to Rules of Procure and Evidence -- X. Approaches to Other Areas of the Preparatory Commission's Mandate -- XI. Conclusion -- App. I. Text of the Elements of Crimes -- App. II. Text of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence