Disclosure of Evidence in the Law and Practice of the icc

in International Criminal Law Review
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The disclosure of evidence in proceedings before the International Criminal Court (icc) usually raises vigorous debates in the courtroom. The Defence may claim a breach of the rights of the accused if the prosecution does not comply with its obligations relating to disclosure, while the prosecution may contend that it is doing its best to comply with such obligations.

Disclosure of Evidence in the Law and Practice of the icc

in International Criminal Law Review

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45

Gibson and Lussià-Berdousupra note 41 p. 310.

87

Whitingsupra note 84 p. 1015.

90

Whitingsupra note 84 p. 1017.

92

Whitingsupra note 85 p. 1009.

102

Khan and Buismansupra note 98 pp. 1032–1033.

105

Khan and Buismansupra note 98 pp. 1032–1059.

107

Khan and Buismansupra note 98 p. 1060.

117

Whitingsupra note 84 p. 1061.

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