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Superiors within a chain of command being held criminally responsible for criminal activities they did not directly do or order, but that they did not prevent or stop, is known as ‘individual criminal responsibility.’
Prosecutions may restore victims’ dignity and public confidence in the rule of law by combating impunity.
Universal jurisdiction is a legal principle that permits a state to conduct criminal proceedings for certain crimes regardless of where the crimes took place or whether those involved are citizens or nationals of that state.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) is designed to replace national courts.
Prosecutions for international crimes may have more impact when they are conducted in the society where the crimes occurred.
During which stage of the ICC legal process would three judges consider all evidence, then issue a verdict and, when there is a verdict of guilt, issue a sentence?
During the legal process of the International Criminal Court (ICC), which of the following would be carried out during the stage of preliminary examinations?
What is the term for individuals being held criminally responsible not only for committing genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes, but also for attempting, facilitating, or aiding and abetting the commission of such crimes, as well planning and instigating the commission of such crimes?
Which of the following is not a way through which the ICC may obtain jurisdiction over a situation?
Which of the following is an example of an international court?
According to the Rome Statute, which of the following does not fall within the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court?
The crime of genocide involves certain acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, which of the following groups?
Which of the following countries have ratified the Rome Statute?
Which of the following is not a valid reason as to why an international court is used rather than a national court?
The formation of the International Criminal Court was largely in response to which of the following events?