The present volume seeks to describe the rules and practices that govern the entire process by which information is obtained, presented and evaluated in international criminal justice—that is, before international criminal courts. The scope of the book is ambitious but necessary. Decisions at trial about the admissibility of evidence cannot be understood in isolation from the rules or procedures governing how information is produced during investigations, or the standards governing how it is to be treated by the judges during their deliberations. Many...
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