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Gauthier de Beco

, Pre-Trial Chamber I relied on the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights in order to define the standard required to confirm the charges against Thomas Lubanga Dyilo . According to Pre-Trial Chamber I, for the European Court of Human Rights, “substantial grounds to believe” would mean

Shona Patience

International Criminal Court ( icc ), the Inter-American Court for Human Rights (IACtHR) and the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR). Groome highlights that in adopting a restorative justice model, the icc has seen to incorporate aspects of one of the principles, principle two’s The Inalienable Right to

Giovanni Meruzzi

offence. The article deals also with the problems connected to the relation between the administrative sanction system and Article 6 of the European Court of Human Rights. The Role of the Police in the Dutch Legal System, by H. Bevers, deals with the police in the Netherlands, whose organisation has

André Klip

the European Convention on Human Rights twice (pp. 105, 117), he fails to discuss the rights which are highly relevant for his theme and which are also applicable in Germany: the right to a fair trial (Art. 6) and the right to privacy (Art. 8). Im- portant decisions of the European Court of Human

Kaniye Ebeku

, Cyprus). As at 16 October 2009, the appeal was still pending. 4) After exhausting the local remedies, the victims might further seek redress from the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) in Strasbourg if they are unsatisfied with the outcome. In this regard, they would be suing the State for the


the stages preceding the issuance of an arrest warrant. Th e PTC I nonetheless determined that participation should begin at the situ- ation stage. In its First Decision on victim participation PTC I referred to various decisions of the European Court of Human Rights. Th e European Court of Human

Aram I

considered at the conference and in the articles in this special issue, such as taking the Armenian Genocide to a national tribunal, creating a special tribunal, or taking it to the European Court of Human Rights. The UN Commission on Human Rights provided rich support for some type of legal process. In

Jonathan Doak and David O ’Mahony

from practice and theory relevant to the international criminal tribunals of the ICC, ICTY, ICTR and ECCC; the role of the European Court of Human Rights; reform of the Moldovan prosecution service; and the various types of restorative justice used in Northern Ireland. The special issue begins with

Judith Natterer

-paragraph 2 of the European Human Rights Convention (EHRC) and the guaranty of property. As far as the presumption of innocence is concerned, the Swiss maintain that their Article 59 sub-paragraph 3 fulfills the restrictions listed in the decision 'Salabiaku' by the European Court of Human Rights from October

B. Huber

the roles of the investigating judge and prosecu- tor in Belgian military criminal procedure,29 are examples of important innovations which have been initiated to some extent by the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights.3? A complaint against Switzerland which was brought to the European