- Right to fair trial — Derogations — Human rights remedies — Waiver — Remedies — Remedies and costs
This chapter assesses the right to prepare a defence, a necessary guarantee for fairness in any criminal trial. The right requires that a defendant be adequately informed of the charges against him and have adequate time and facilities to mount a defence to those charges. The right to prepare a defence is not absolute and can be limited in certain circumstances.
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