Guilty pleas in international criminal law: constructing a restorative justice approach

International criminal justice then and now : the long road from impunity to [some] accountability --- Financial realities : targeting only the leaders -- Do the numbers count? : the ends served by International criminal prosecutions in societies emerging from mass atrocities -- The plea bargaining...

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Main Author: Combs, Nancy Amoury
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: Stanford, Calif. Stanford Univ. Press 2007
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Summary:International criminal justice then and now : the long road from impunity to [some] accountability --- Financial realities : targeting only the leaders -- Do the numbers count? : the ends served by International criminal prosecutions in societies emerging from mass atrocities -- The plea bargaining of international crimes : the practice of the ICTY, ICTR, special panels for East Timor, and Gacaca Courts -- Plea bargaining at the ICTR and at the special panels in East Timor -- Using conventional plea bargaining to increase the number of criminal prosecutions for international crimes -- Plea bargaining as restorative justice : using guilty pleas to advance both criminal accountability and reconciliation -- Applying restorative principles in the aftermath of different atrocities : a contextual approach -- The minimal role of restorative justice in current international criminal prosecutions
Item Description:Literaturverz. S. [317] - 356
Physical Description:370 S. 24 cm
ISBN:0804753520
9780804753517
9780804753524