Criminalising the denial of a fair trial as a crime against humanity
The protection of non-combatants during armed conflict and safeguarding the rights of victims in post-conflict society : essays in honour of the life and work of Joakim Dungel
Leiden ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, 
In this chapter Shannon Ghadiri examines whether the denial of a fair trial should be considered a crime against humanity. After a review of post-Second World War era cases dealing with the subject, she examines the application of human rights law regarding fair trial rights during national emergencies. Emphasis is placed on the fact that such derogations result in the right to a fair trial finding greater protection during times of war than during times of peace.
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