The suppression conventions contain a range of different provisions that seek to articulate the distinct criminal procedural systems prevailing within the parties to these treaties. They aim to enable parties to provide information to each other about transnational crime, pass admissible evidence to each other, and, in some cases, extradite the alleged transnational criminals, with the ultimate goal of prosecution and punishment. This brief chapter attempts to identify and examine some of the trends that appear to be emerging within this system of transnational...
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