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International Criminal Justice Standards - Conclusion

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The United Nations and regional organizations have codified a substantial framework of international criminal justice standards, which have been accepted, albeit not always followed, by most nations and that have begun to be used in the context of international criminal tribunals. In addition to the codified standards, several human rights institutions, including particularly the Human Rights Committee and the European Court of Human Rights, have interpreted and applied criminal justice norms to particular cases and have thus generated an impressive corpus of jurisprudence that lawyers and judges worldwide should consult.

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