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Laurie Green

International Criminal Law Review 11 (2011) 529–541 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI 10.1163/157181211X576401 brill.nl/icla International Criminal Law Review First-Class Crimes, Second-Class Justice: Cumulative Charges for Gender-Based Crimes at the International Criminal Court Laurie

Bongani C. Majola

Criminal Law . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 409–423 Margaret M. deGuzman: Giving Priority to Sex Crime Prosecutions: The Philosophical Foundations of a Feminist Agenda . . . . . . . . . . . . 515–528 Laurie Green: First-Class Crimes, Second-Class Justice: Cumulative Charges for Gender-Based Crimes

Masuda Hiroaki, Matsusaka Shuji and Nagatani Shinji

feeding is small enough for the measurements. The generated current is almost constant (I = 2.3 nA) as long as the powder flow rate is kept constant ( Wp = 7.0 x 10-7 kg s-1) Figure 3(b) shows cumulative charges both at the inlet and the outlet of the current detecting pipe as a function of time elapsed

Martha Minow

.................................. 495-514 Margaret M. deGuzman: Giving Priority to Sex Crime Prosecutions: Th e Philosophical Foundations of a Feminist Agenda ....................................................................... 515-528 Laurie Green: First-Class Crimes, Second-Class Justice: Cumulative Charges for Gender

Pauline Tseng

how cumulative charging is treated under the common law versus civil law systems. For treatment under civil law, Ms. Walther simply took the position under German law to be definitive, rather than attempting to draw common threads among the different domestic criminal law regimes in place in

Edited by Charles Chernor Jalloh and Alhagi B.M. Marong

Promoting Accountability under International Law for Gross Human Rights Violations in Africa is pre-eminently a study on the work and contribution of the first international judicial mechanism, the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), devoted exclusively to challenging impunity for serious international crimes committed in Africa. This volume is dedicated to the eminent international jurist Justice Hassan Bubacar Jallow, the Tribunal’s longest serving Chief Prosecutor and the first prosecutor of the United Nations Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals. The noted scholar and practitioner contributors discuss various aspects of the law, jurisprudence and practice of the Tribunal over its twenty year existence, while also drawing lessons for current and future international courts such as the International Criminal Court. Themes covered include the role of the international prosecutor; the prosecution of sexual and gender-based crimes; the relationship between national and international courts; the role of other international institutions in challenging impunity; and the role of African languages in international criminal trials. Given its wide ranging substantive coverage, this book will be invaluable to anyone interested in criminal justice, human rights and humanitarian law whether in Africa or other parts of the world.

Bing Bing Jia

enterprise and someone who is an aider and abettor (pp. 290–291). Part VI explores the difficult issues of cumulative charging and cumulative convictions, leaving some hints of the continuing debate in this connection. Part VII briefly discusses the sentencing factors and related issues. Part VIII contains

Elena Maculan

of them nevertheless perform a residual function for those conducts which fall short of meeting the requirements for torture. 41 3.3 The Applicability of Cumulative Charges In any case, the ongoing uncertainty as to the border between torture and inhuman or cruel treatment may cast some doubt

Jia

and Dissenting Opinion notes that the numerous Trial Cham- ber decisions on challenges to the form of the indictment “generally concern the permissibility of cumulative charging , not cumulative convictions”. 22 The opinion agrees with the general solution regarding cumulative convictions that seeks