At the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, the taking of judicial notice of facts that have been previously adjudicated in other proceedings is designed to ensure the trial is conducted in a way that is both fair and expeditious. In contemporary times, the use of the rule has increased. It is now important to reexamine how this rule operates in practice, and how it impacts on the management of the trial for all parties.
|Name||International Criminal Justice Working Papers|
|Publisher||The New Zealand Centre for Human Rights Law, Policy and Practice|
- Adjudicated Facts
- International Criminal Procedure
- International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia