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Substantive and procedural aspects of international criminal law

the experience of international and national courts

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Published by Kluwer Law International in The Hague, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International offenses.,
  • Criminal jurisdiction.,
  • Criminal procedure (International law)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementeditors, Gabrielle Kirk McDonald, Olivia Swaak-Goldman.
    ContributionsMcDonald, Gabrielle Kirk., Swaak-Goldman, Olivia.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsK5000 .S83 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. in 3 :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL40380M
    ISBN 109041111352, 9041111336, 9041111344
    LC Control Number99030899

    Substantive law and procedural law work together to ensure that in a criminal or civil case, the appropriate laws are applied and the proper procedures are followed to bring a case to trial. Substantive criminal law. Substantive criminal law is composed of the following elements: the definitions of the types of offenses that are held to be punishable; the classification of crimes (as, for example, felonies and misdemeanours in the United States, or crime, délit, and contravention in continental law); the principles and doctrines applied to the judgment of crime that qualify the.

      The complexity of international criminal law’s relationship with sovereignty comes through not only in the procedural or institutional aspects of international criminal law. It is also present in substantive international criminal law. Indeed, in at least one instance, substantive international criminal law supports state by: Author The seeker Posted on Categories Education, legal methods Tags Aspects/classification of law, Common Law and Civil Law, De Libero Arbitria, Eternal law, Federal Law and State Law, Human law, International law and municipal law, Public Law and Private Law, St. Augustine of Hippo, St. Thomas Aquinas, Substantive.

    Unit 6 Assignment Words | 4 Pages. true or if my research shows there to be a difference. We are asked to compare the two countries using 3 of the following five topics: Substantive Law Procedural Law Judicial Review Policing Systems ational Police Cooperation The three topics I am choosing to compare and contrast are the first 3, substantive law, procedural law, and judicial law. the particular task of restating substantive law, whether in text books, articles, or by the American Law Institute is certainly directed toward that end. If that kind of study is to be effective in guiding an existing institution which claims to be applying precepts, standards, and principles of substantive law, it becomesFile Size: 1MB.


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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device : Hardcover. Substantive topics include individual criminal responsibility, genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, crimes against UN and associated personnel, core crimes and defenses, while procedural aspects include the right of suspects and accused, the protection of victims and witnesses, and pre-trial, trial and appeal procedures and practices.1/5(1).

Substantive topics include individual criminal responsibility, genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, crimes against UN and associated personnel, core crimes and defenses, while procedural aspects include the right of suspects and accused, the protection of victims and witnesses, and pre-trial, trial and appeal procedures and practices.

Substantive and Procedural Aspects of International Criminal Law Book Summary: This unique two-volume work seeks for the first time to address in a comprehensive fashion both "substantive" and "procedural" aspects of international criminal law as applied by international and national courts.

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Criminal law violations enable the government to deprive individuals of property (through the imposition of fines and theFile Size: KB. Substantive and Procedural Implications of a Crime’s Classification The category under which a crime is classified can make a difference in both substantive and procedural criminal law.

Substantive criminal law defines the elements of many crimes in reference to whether they were committed in furtherance of a felony.

Substantive and Procedural Aspects of International Criminal Law The Experience of International and National Courts Volume II Part 2 DOCUMENTS AND CASES Editors Gabrielle Kirk McDonald Olivia Swaak-Goldman KLUWER LAW INTERNATIONAL THE HAGUE-LONDON-BOSTON.

Table of Contents Dedication vii Introduction President Gabrielle Kirk McDonald and Mrs. This unique two-volume work seeks for the first time to address in a comprehensive fashion both "substantive" and "procedural" aspects of international criminal law as applied by international and national courts.

Substantive topics include individual criminal responsibility, genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, crimes against UN and associated personnel, core crimes and defenses. Procedural law is the set of rules by which courts in the United States decide the outcomes of all criminal, civil, and administrative cases.

Substantive law describes how people are expected to behave according to accepted social norms. Procedural laws govern how court proceedings dealing with the enforcement of substantive laws are conducted. International Criminal Court and International Tribunals: Substantive and Procedural Aspects The Palestine Yearbook of International Law has become widely respected as a prime reference source of legal material relating to Palestinian issues and is an important forum for the international legal community, particularly for legal Author: Hector Olasolo.

Get this from a library. Substantive and procedural aspects of international criminal law / 2,1, Documents and cases. BOOK REVIEWS G. Kirk McDonald & O. Swaak-Goldman (eds), Substantive and Procedural Aspects of International Criminal Law. The Hague: Kluwer,2 vols, vol. I: pp. + xvi, vol.

II (part 1): pp. + xvi, vol. II (part 2): pp. + xviii. ISBN Over the last decade, a great deal of work has gone into providing expositions of. On the other hand, the ‘intentions of substantive [criminal] law’ (p.

85) might well be pursued ‘without any adversariness whatsoever’ (p. 44), without ‘any procedural instructions and barriers’ (p. 58), and even ‘without either criminal law or procedure’ conformant to the demands of the rule of law Author: Luís Duarte d’Almeida. International Criminal Law: Procedural Law A guide to online and print resources, including substantive and procedural law, secondary sources, journals and news.

Start Here. Public international law involves rules and principles that deal with the conduct, rights and obligations of states and international organisations, as well as dealing with relations among states.

WHAT IS INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW? International criminal law is a subset of public international law, and is the main subject of theseFile Size: 1MB.The chapter considers the general grounds for the exclusion of criminal responsibility, more commonly known as defences, under customary international criminal law.

It examines first the various accepted or more-or-less accepted defences, namely mental incapacity; intoxication; self-defence, defence of others, and defence of certain property; duress; mistake of fact and mistake of law; and.Substantive laws are the laws which regulate the conduct of the parties.

On the contrary, procedural laws deal with how the substantive laws would operate. Basically, procedural law contains laws which govern proceedings in civil and criminal matters.

Procedural laws without substantive laws would render the former nugatory and of be of no use.