Global Issues in Criminal Law

ISBN-10: 0314159975
ISBN-13: 9780314159977
Edition: 2007
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List price: $38.00
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: West Academic
Publication date: 2/5/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 216
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.726
Language: English

This book is part of the Global Issues Series. Each book in this series contains materials designed to facilitate the introduction of international, transnational and comparative law issues into basic law school courses.The goal of this series is to ensure that all law school graduates have sufficient familiarity with the growing impact of non-domestic sources of law, and the growing potential for transnational legal transactions and disputes, to function in an era of increasing globalization. In addition, introduction of international, transnational and comparative law materials can enhance the students' understanding of domestic law.

Preface
Acknowledgements
Table of Statutes and Treaties
Table of Cases
Introduction
Introduction to the Concept and Study of Global Issues
Federal and State Jurisdiction
International and Extraterritorial Jurisdiction
Players in International Criminal Law: States, Individuals, Tribunals, and Other Entities as "Subjects" of International Law
States as the Focal Point of International Law
International Humanitarian Law and Individual Culpability
The Development of International Criminal Tribunals
The Sources of International Criminal Law
Transnational Crimes
Introduction
Transnational Problem
Constitutional Power to Reach Foreign Conduct
Jurisdiction
United States v. Larsen
United States v. Martinelli
Notes and Questions
Investigating and Prosecuting Violations of Foreign Law
Investigative Requests From Foreign Governments
Domestic Conduct Affecting Other Nations
Pasquantino v. United States
The Application of Foreign Convictions in the United States
Should the United States Help Enforce Foreign Laws?
Extradition
Principles of Extradition
Political Offense Exception
Extradition to the United States
Extradition-Continued
Principle of Specialty
Dual Criminality Principle
Extraditing Citizens to Another Country
Terrorism
Introduction and Conceptual Background
Terrorism Problem
Defining and Prosecuting Terrorism in the United States
Federal Statutes
Judicial Interpretation of the Terrorism Statutes
United States v. Yousef
Notes and Questions
International and Foreign Definitions of Terrorism
The Role of the League of Nations and the United Nations
Foreign Domestic Legislation
Public Authority Defense
International and Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Over Terrorism
United States v. Yousef
Notes and Questions
Genocide
Introduction to Genocide and International Criminal Tribunals
Introduction to the Khmer Rouge Tribunal and Genocide Problem
Sources of Law
ECDK Law Provisions
ECDK Law Article 4: Genocide
ECDK Law Article 29: Responsibility
Case Materials on Genocide
The Elements of Genocide and Conspiracy to Commit Genocide
Prosecutor v. Krstic
Prosecutor v. Nahimana
Theories of Responsibility
Joint Criminal Enterprise and Aiding and Abetting
Prosecutor v. Krstic
Command Responsibility
Duress
Prosecutor v. Erdemovic
Federal Genocide Statute
Notes and Questions
Index

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