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Bringing Justice Closer: Hybrid Courts in Post-Conflict Societies

Taru Kuosmanen

ISBN 10: 952104053X / ISBN 13: 9789521040535
Published by Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights, 2007
Condition: Fine Soft cover
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146 p. Includes bibliography. Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 22/2007. One of the latest creations among the spectre of transnational justice mechanisms are the so called hybrid courts, which encompass both local and international judges and prosecutors, apply a mix of international and local laws. In this study Taru Kuosmanen condutcs a finely nuanced and very informative dissection of three recent cases of hybrid jurisdictions - the serious crimes regime in East Timor, the international judges and prosecutors programme in Kosovo, and the Special Courts for Sierra Leone. She focuses on the practical problems faced in the establishment of these courts and the conduct of the trials. 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # ABE.0015121

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Title: Bringing Justice Closer: Hybrid Courts in ...

Publisher: Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Fine

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One of the latest creations among the spectre of transnational justice mechanisms are the so called hybrid courts, which encompass both local and international judges and prosecutors, apply a mix of international and local laws. In this study Taru Kuosmanen condutcs a finely nuanced and very informative dissection of three recent cases of hybrid jurisdictions - the serious crimes regime in East Timor, the international judges and prosecutors programme in Kosovo, and the Special Courts for Sierra Leone. She focuses on the practical problems faced in the establishment of these courts and the conduct of the trials.

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