1 Interim release, or provisional release, in international criminal procedural law refers to the release of an accused who was detained by an international or internationalized criminal tribunal while the accused awaits the conclusion of their case. This release is ordered by a judge who controls whether the conditions for pre-trial detention are met (Pre-Trial Detention; Detention Pending Appeal). 2 Various aspects of such an interim release differ from interim release in national criminal proceedings. The most remarkable peculiarities of interim release in...
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