Cover of: About the Rules of Evidence for the New International Criminal Court | Fernando del Cacho Read Online

About the Rules of Evidence for the New International Criminal Court by Fernando del Cacho

  • 997 Want to read
  • ·
  • 82 Currently reading

Published by Libros en Red .
Written in English


  • Criminal law,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • Fiction,
  • Criminal Law - General,
  • Law / Criminal Law

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages524
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9200315M
ISBN 109875610712
ISBN 109789875610712

Download About the Rules of Evidence for the New International Criminal Court


The Rules of Evidence and Procedure (“Rules”) are a subordinate instrument for the application of the Rome Statute and to protect the rights of women in relation to sexual violence cases. For instance, under Rule 63 (4) corroboration is not required to prove any crime within the ICC’s jurisdiction, including crimes of sexual violence. Principles of Evidence in International Criminal Justice provides an overview of the procedure and practice concerning the admission and evaluation of evidence before the international criminal. The International Criminal Court: Elements of Crimes and Rules of Procedure and Evidence Roy S. Lee, H阛kanFriman Transnational Publishers, - Law - pages.   The ICC’s approach to the admission of evidence is outlined in the Rome Statute and the Rules of Procedure and Evidence, as well as its e-protocol. F For an item to be admitted into evidence it must satisfy a three-part test involving: (i) relevance, (ii) probative value, and (iii) absence of prejudicial effect.

The present book is different, and welcome for that reason. It considers the various topics in a more traditional way, taking as its starting point the concept which underlies the particular statutory rule. As any New Zealand text now must, it recognises and comments upon how the Act deals with that topic, but it does so within a broader. Derham, R and Derham, N, ‘ From Ad Hoc to Hybrid – the Rules and Regulations Governing Reception of Expert Evidence at the International Criminal Court ’ 14 () International Journal of Evidence . The court may, in the interest of justice, allow the introduction of additional evidence. (b) When a new trial is granted on the ground of newly-discovered evidence, the evidence already adduced shall stand and the newly-discovered and such other evidence as the court may, in the interest of justice, allow to be introduced shall be taken and. RULES OF EVIDENCE. RULE General Provisions. Section 1. Evidence defined. — Evidence is the means, sanctioned by these rules, of ascertaining in a judicial proceeding the truth respecting a matter of fact. (1) Section 2. Scope. — The rules of evidence shall be the same in all courts and in all trials and hearings, except as otherwise.

If the court admits evidence that is admissible against a party or for a purpose--but not against another party or for another purpose--the court, on timely request, must restrict the evidence to its proper scope and instruct the jury accordingly. RULE REMAINDER OF OR RELATED WRITINGS OR RECORDED STATEMENTS.   The Federal Rules of Evidence (PDF) govern the admissibility of evidence in federal trials, but state rules of evidence are largely modeled after the federal rules. If evidence is procured illegally, such as during an unlawful police search, then that evidence (and any other evidence it leads to) may not be used at trial. This book examines the history and development of the treatment of evidence since the early days of the Permanent Court of International Justice right up to the recent Nicaragua v Honduras Judgment, critically analysing the Statute and Rules of the ICJ, dicta from judgments and separate and dissenting opinions, the newly developed Practice. While the Book of Evidence is compiled and served on behalf of the DPP, it is normally the investigating Garda who is responsible for putting the Book of Evidence together. Work on the Book of Evidence starts immediately after your first appearance before the District Court.