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6 Appeals, Reviews, and Reconsideration

Gideon Boas, John Jackson, Barbara Roche, Don Taylor

From: International Criminal Procedure: Principles and Rules

Edited By: Göran Sluiter, Håkan Friman, Suzannah Linton, Sergey Vasiliev, Salvatore Zappalà

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2023. All Rights Reserved.date: 08 December 2023

Appeals — Revision of judgments
This chapter considers the various mechanisms for reviewing the decisions of international criminal tribunals and courts and of their various organs. There are four such mechanisms: appeals, revisions, reviews, and reconsideration. Appeals provide an opportunity to have the first instance decisions of the tribunals and courts reviewed. There are two kinds of appeals: appeals against final judgments and interlocutory appeals. An appeal against final judgment is self-evident. An interlocutory appeal is an appeal brought during the pre-trial or trial phase of a case...
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