International Law Outline
Statute of the International Criminal Court
Statute of the
International Criminal Court
[ROME STATUTE] – 1998 (659-61)
July 1, 2002 – entered into force. May 2006 – 100 parties
, P&I of staff,
, procedural and evidential rules
no crimes of “aggression” –
, war crimes, and CAH
worried about such crimes
All crimes defined BROADLY
Voluntary opt-in allowed – BUT, once you’ve
, you open yourself up to investigation of any war crimes, including after the specific event you opted-in about is over.
US proposed “consent” approach – state of nationality would need to consent every time. VERY traditional. Rejected.
Article 15 – trying to limit power of prosecutor.
Can do initial investigations – but doesn’t want to leave too much of a paper trail because ICC rules give defense access
to all of this information
Then, goes to pre-trail chamber of judges, “reasonable basis”
Article 16 – allows UN
security council to postpone
US thought it was good idea
Other side – 12 month deferral isn’t great, but unlikely politically they’ll be able to use too often.
Article 17 – this is supposed to COMPLEMENT what’s being offered domestically.
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