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Trial and post-trial procedure; Rights of the accused; Organisation of the Tribunals: Structure and administration of the tribunals; Bibliography; Index. Reviews 'Since there is no other book like this one, it is an impressive tour de force simply to have digested all of the cases from not one, but three, international tribunals, presenting them in a readable guide for scholars and perhaps, more importantly, for the new International Criminal Court, which has yet to hear its first case.

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Pretrial proceedings subsequent to arrest or surrender. Fitness to stand trial. Referral to national courts.

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Presence of the accused at trial. Public nature of proceedings.

Motion for dismissal Rule 98bis. General principles concerning admissibility of evidence. Compelling the production of evidence.

New evidence on appeal and review. Evidence in cases of sexual assault. Rights of the suspect. Independent and impartial tribunal. Equality before the law. Trial without undue delay. Redress for wrongful prosecution. Recourse to international human rights mechanisms. Seat of the tribunals. Working languages of the tribunals. Judges of the Chambers. OYcers and members of the Chambers.

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