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  • On July 1, 2002, the International Criminal Court (hereinafter referred to as the “ICC” or the “Court”) will become operative. The ICC will have subject matter jurisdiction over crimes of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity. The Court will have jurisdiction over the crime of aggression as soon as agreement can be reached on a definition of that crime. Crimes of terror are not included in the subject matter jurisdiction of the Court.

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  • With the start of the first prosecutions by the International Criminal Court and the closing phases of the work of the ad hoc Tribunals, this is a good time for a new book on international criminal law and its institutions. This book is intended as an accessible yet challenging explanation and appraisal of international criminal law and procedure for students, academics and practitioners. We focus on the crimes which are within the jurisdiction of international courts or tribunals – genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and aggression – and the means of prosecuting them.

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  • The chapter headings of this handbook provide a good indication of the meaning of the term ‘international criminal law’. Nevertheless, it is not a simple matter to furnish a succinct definition. The French language distinguishes between droit international pénal and droit pénal international. The difference between the two terms seems to reside largely in the types of crimes they address.

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  • The publication of the second edition of International Criminal Law coincides with the first real work of the International Criminal Court (ICC), now that the fanfares that accompanied its creation and the swearing-in of the judges have died away. Thepresidency isnowpermanently installed inTheHague; the prosecutor hasbegun the task of sifting the many referrals that have been made by a myriad of different organisations and individuals; and the judges are engaged in the crucial task of writing the regulations for this new court....

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  • Consumer protection law and criminal law have both received considerable analysis from academic lawyers. The role of legal intervention with the aim of protecting the consumer has come in for scrutiny in a number of seminal works, many of which concentrate upon the role of consumer law in the marketplace. The role of criminal law has also been discussed by a large number of leading commentators, with particular attention being paid to the boundaries of criminal sanctions, and particular concern being addressed to increasing criminalisation.

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  • Engaging students throughout the process of learning career competencies is the goal of Criminal Law and Procedure for the Paralegal: A Systems Approach, Third Edition. Students are challenged to enhance their legal reasoning, critical thinking, and problemsolving skills by applying them to realistic case scenarios, analysis problems, electronic and traditional research exercises, and to numerous drafting, interviewing, discovery, and other typical paralegal tasks. The text also addresses the human element in the practice of criminal law, including the accompanying rewards and pitfalls.

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  • Few among us can claim to have shaped the course of world history. M. Cherif Bassiouni, however, is just such a man. Often referred to as the “father” of modern international criminal law, his fingerprints are upon every major international criminal law instrument of the past 45 years including the Apartheid Convention, the Torture Convention, and the Rome Statute for the International Criminal Court. An extraordinarily prolific scholar, Bassiouni has written and edited 72 books on Extradition Law, International and Comparative Criminal Law, International Human Rights, and U.S.

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  • This volume brings together some of the best recent work by philosophers and legal theorists on the conceptual and normative grounding of international criminal law. Philosophers and other theorists are only just beginning to write about the emerging field of international criminal law. International law has taken a significant turn in recent years.

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  • This book contains an overview of legal defenses in international criminal law that may be sustained before international criminal tribunals against war crimes charges. With the advent of the International Criminal Court, the subject matter of this book seems to be a topical one. My interest, especially in the role of the Rule of Law with regard to these defenses, derives from my 1998 Ph.D. thesis on the subject of “duress and law-finding,” in which, inter alia, the Rule of Law was propounded....

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  • !“e International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) is a profoundly important institution in the development of international humanitarian law and criminal law in general. Its arrival heralded a newfound willingness of the international community to bring to book perpetrators of war crimes and gross or systematic violations of human rights.

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  • As the International Criminal Court is gathering momentum and facing a growing case-load, it appears necessary to revisit the fundamental concept underpinning the Rome Statute: complementarity. Despite its apparent simplicity, this notion is extremely complex and the Court is now faced with pressing questions regarding its interpretation. Yet, no comprehensive study has hitherto been undertaken regarding the multiple facets, historical and contemporary, legal, philosophical and practical of the notion of complementarity...

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  • Psychologist Margaret Hagen, a professor and medical industry insider, details the very real danger of this booming business. In every state, a child can be taken away from a parent on the strength of five minutes of "neutral" testimony from a social worker. A criminal suspect’s freedom or incarceration can depend on a superficial psychological examination performed by an incompetent, overworked, or, at worst, paid-off psychologist.

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  • Like its four previous editions, Criminal Law and Procedure, 5th Edition, is a comprehensive text covering both substantive criminal law and criminal procedure. The importance of constitutional law to these fields is emphasized, as are practical insights. This book has been designed for use in undergraduate programs in both legal studies and criminal justice.

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  • The enforcement of laws and the numerous tasks involved in establishing and maintaining civility in our communities are daily challenges to the criminal justice system. The administration of justice has become a series of competing mandates that demand bravery, accountability, and service. The administration and management of the criminal justice system have grown more complex for law enforcement, courts, corrections, and victim services.

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  • International criminal law is a new branch of law, with one foot in international law and the other in criminal law. Until the Nuremberg trial, international criminal law was largely ‘horizontal’ in its operation – that is, it consisted mainly of co-operation between states in the suppression of national crime. Extradition was therefore the central feature of international criminal law.

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  • This statement – that “nothing is criminal except by law [existing at the time of the act]” is a mere nonbinding principle of justice – has a cynical ring to it. It implies that judges can and should ignore principles of justice in service of the sovereign powers that created their court.

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  • This book provides a hugely important contribution to a complex and vital area of international criminal law. For the courts and tribunals which are charged with the responsibility of trying the most serious cases in the criminal calendar, there can be few subjects of greater concern than the approach that should be taken when dealing with the alleged responsibility of those who are seemingly ‘in control’ when the worst international crimes are committed.

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  • This book reflects the insights and ideas developed over the course of twenty years of teaching criminal law and criminal procedure to undergraduate criminal justice students. The volume combines the concepts and learning tools found in undergraduate texts with the types of challenging cases and issues that are characteristic of law school casebooks.

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  • This project is the outcropping of work undertaken at two universities, Nottingham and Manchester: first at Nottingham, as a research student, next at Manchester as a lecturer and, finally, back at Nottingham as an academic. From my early days at Nottingham, I owe a debt of gratitude to my supervisors Nigel D. White and Dino Kritsiotis, and to David Harris and the School of Law for granting me a scholarship to pursue my interest in international criminal law.

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  • Our intention for this second edition is the same as it was for the first: to provide an accessible yet challenging explanation and appraisal of international criminal law and procedure for students, academics and practitioners. We focus on the crimes which are within the jurisdiction of international courts or tribunals – genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and aggression – and the means of prosecuting them. We also briefly discuss terrorist offences, torture, and other crimes which are not (yet) within the jurisdiction of an international court or tribunal....

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