The Alleged Transnational Criminal: The Second Biennial International Criminal Law Seminar

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Richard D. Atkins
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Jan 1, 1995 - Law - 449 pages
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Papers presented at the Second Biennial Alleged Transnational Criminal Seminar of the International Bar Association, held in May 1993, present an overview of current transnational crime developments. Topics include prisoner transfer treaties; the complexities involved in obtaining evidence from abroad; the use of state-sponsored kidnapping of fugitives as an alternative to extradition; money laundering and asset forfeiture; transnational tax crimes; terrorism; United Nations International Criminal Tribunal and International War Crimes Inquiry; and effective use of human rights conventions in criminal cases. The detailed table of contents mitigates the lack of an index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
 

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Contents

International War Crimes Inquiry and Tribunal
1
Conclusion
7
Prosecutions and Proceedings
17
Bosnia Holds First Trials for War Crimes
28
Suggested Role and Tools of the Defence before an International
51
an Historic Overview
52
The Mechanisms of the Court
58
Conclusion
66
Rule 14e3
267
The Benefits of Using an Investigator
273
General Requirements in the Civil Law System for the Handling
283
Conclusion
291
Documentary Evidence
298
The More Corrupt the Republic the More the Laws
305
The ACLUs New Thinking on Double Jeopardy
311
Selected Developments Related to Tax Information Exchange
348

The Problems and Issues
73
Conclusion
86
United States v AlvarezMachain
94
An Alternative to Extradition?
115
An Overview of the Substantive Law of AntiMoney Laundering
155
An Evaluation of the International AntiMoney Laundering Regime
183
Prevention Planning
210
U S Money Laundering and Forfeiture Laws and Their Impact
219
Wire Transfer Provisions
228
Asset Forfeiture in the U S
236
Conclusion
250
Enforcement of the Prohibition on Insider Trading
261
Coercive Means of Obtaining Information
357
F Compelled Consents to Disclose ThirdParty Records
359
B Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties MLATs
365
Assistance in the Collection of Taxes
380
Summary and Conclusion
397
Some Preliminary Observations
404
Raising the Political Offence Exception
410
The Emerging Alternatives to the Political Offence
418
Assembling a Callina Proffer
425
The InterAmerican Commission and Court of Human Rights
439
Delitos Sobre la Ordenaci6n del Territorio
446
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