International Criminal Law: Cases and Materials

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LexisNexis, 2009 - Criminal jurisdiction - 873 pages
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Contents

Introduction
What Crimes Are International Crimes?
General Principles of Jurisdiction
PART TWO SPECIFIC APPLICATIONS Chapter 4 Foreign Corrupt Practices
Antitrust and Securities Regulation
Export Controls
Computer Crimes
Narcotics and Money Laundering
CHAPTER 15
Prisoner Transfer and Other PostConviction and Foreign Law Issues
International Human Rights and Criminal Procedure
PART FOUR THE PROSECUTION OF INTERNATIONAL
The Ad Hoc Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia
The International Criminal Court
CHAPTER 5
The Substantive Law of International Crimes

Piracy and Terrorism
Torture
PART THREE PROCEDURE Chapter 11 Extraterritorial Application of US Constitution
Immunities from Jurisdiction
Mutual Assistance and Obtaining Evidence from Abroad
Extradition
Selected References
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes and International Agreements
Index
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