Understanding international criminal law /

"This Understanding treatise is divided into four parts: The first part of Understanding International Criminal Law provides a general overview of international criminal law, including the sources of such law, important international criminal law doctrines and concepts, definitions of key terms...

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Main Authors: Podgor, Ellen S., 1952- (Author), Clark, Roger S. (Roger Stenson) (Author), Dervan, Lucian E. (Author)
Format: Book
Published: Durham, North Carolina : Carolina Academic Press, LLC, 2022
Edition:4th ed.
Series:Understanding series (New York, N.Y.)
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Table of Contents:
  • Part one. General principles
  • Introduction
  • General principles of jurisdiction
  • Part two. Specific applications
  • Business crimes
  • Export controls
  • Computer crimes
  • Narcotics and money laundering
  • Piracy and terrorism
  • Transnational organized crime
  • Human trafficking
  • Part three. Procedure
  • Extraterritorial application of U.S. Constitution
  • Immunities from jurisdiction
  • Obtaining evidence from abroad
  • Obtaining persons from abroad
  • Prisoner transfer treaties and other post-conviction and foreign law issues
  • Part four. The prosecution of international crimes stricto sensu
  • International crimes stricto sensu
  • International human rights and criminal procedure
  • International tribunals
  • Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.