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Co-Prosecutors v Meas (Muth), Order dismissing the case against Meas Muth, Case No 003/07-09-2009/ECCC/OCIJ, ICL 1905 (ECCC 2019), 28th November 2018, Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia [ECCC]; Office of the Co-Investigating Judges [ECCC]

Co-Prosecutors v Meas (Muth), Order dismissing the case against Meas Muth, Case No 003/07-09-2009/ECCC/OCIJ, ICL 1905 (ECCC 2019), 28th November 2018, Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia [ECCC]; Office of the Co-Investigating Judges [ECCC]

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 14 December 2019

Whether a National Co-Investigating Judge’s (‘NCIJ’) decision that the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (‘ECCC’) had no personal jurisdiction over an individual was correct and consistent with the Supreme Court Chamber’s (‘SCC’) case law on classification of personal jurisdiction at the ECCC.

Whether a NCIJ’s application of the SCC’s case law on classification of personal jurisdiction at the ECCC to an individual’s roles and participation in the commission of the crimes was correct.

Whether a NCIJ’s factual conclusions as to an individual’s roles and participation in the commission of the alleged crimes, and their comparison with another individual’s roles and participation, were correct and reasonable.

Whether a NCIJ’s decision to rely only upon evidence that was filed in the case file before the conclusion of an investigation, when considering an individual’s role and participation in the commission of the crimes, was consistent with the ECCC Law and fair trial rights.

Whether a NCIJ’s decision that a right to a decision in reasonable time was not violated was correct and in accordance with internationally recognized fundamental fair trial rights.

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