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The Judiciary: Pre-Trial, Trial And Appeals Chambers

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Chapter Summary

The exercise of the judicial power of the International Criminal Court (ICC) is entrusted to the three judicial divisions of the Court, i.e. the Pre-Trial, the Trial and the Appeals Chambers. The jurisdiction, competence and powers of each division are defined by the Statute, exercised by Chambers, set up in the manner ordained by the Statute. The Rules of Procedure and Evidence enacted pursuant to the provisions of article 51 and the Regulations of the Court adopted by reference to the provisions of article 52, complement the statutory framework within which judicial power is exercised. The functions of each division of the Court within the parameters of the legal framework elicited above are the subject of this chapter.

Keywords: Appeals Chamber; Pre-Trial Chamber; Trial chamber



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