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The Special Court for Sierra Leone – Fair Trials and Justice for the Accused and Victims

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This article examines the issues of a "fair trial" and "justice" at the Special Court for Sierra Leone. It considers these issues in a broad sense, from both the perspective of the accused and the victims, through the exploration of three specific topics: first, the idea of prosecuting "those bearing greatest responsibility" for crimes committed during the conflict in Sierra Leone, second, the first prosecution of the crime of recruiting child soldiers, and third, the first prosecution of forced marriage.

Affiliations: 1: Barrister at 36 Bedford Row, London


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