1 In the context of international criminal justice, a guilty plea is the formal admission of individual criminal responsibility expressed by the accused in an international criminal trial. Two major underlying issues inform the study and analysis of guilty pleas in international criminal procedure. Firstly, as the rules of procedure of international criminal trials, in general, represent a compromise, with varying degrees, between civil and common law traditions, the manifestation, results, and effects of these admissions are different depending on the...
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