What are the provisions of the Rome Statute for the arrangement of awards to victims by the international criminal court (ICC)?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 5:40 pm ad1c9bdddf
Article 75 (2) of the Rome Statute provides that the international criminal court (ICC) may order a convicted person to make reparations directly to victims or ...
Article 75 (2) of the Rome Statute's ramifications are noted and the details are provided.
International Criminal Court (ICC)
The law firm's international law partner is an international law celebrity who was born in Europe and is now a U.S. citizen. He has been invited to speak at an international law conference and is going to give a speech on international war crimes. He has been very impressed with your work and wants your input regarding the United States' involvement with the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Specifically, he has asked that you research what the United States' official position is regarding the ICC, and then prepare him a summary of your findings. To complete your research, list and describe the sources of law that the ICC might utilize when trying a case.
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