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International Criminal Procedure: Rules and Principles

Sluiter, Goran

2013

Abstract

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The question of whether international criminal procedure has indeed matured into a coherent branch of law has been the leitmotif of this study. The issue is whether this body of law constitutes a unitary corpus of legal rules and a cohesive normative whole distinct from the several divergent self-contained procedural regimes, the relevance of which is limited to individual tribunals
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