The International Crimes (Tribunals) Act, 1973

Date: July 20, 1973

Relevant Keywords

Admissibility of evidence - national proceedings
Amnesty content
Appeal against decision of acquittal or conviction or against sentence - national proceedings
Attacking or bombarding towns, villages, dwellings or buildings which are undefended and which are not military objectives - IAC
Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group
Civilian population - crimes against humanity
Command responsibility - national proceedings
Cooperation under procedures of national law
Crimes against humanity
Cruel treatment - NIAC
Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part
Deportation of population - crimes against humanity
Determination of sentence - national proceedings
Disruption of trial - removal of the accused
Enforced disappearance - crimes against humanity
Enslavement - crimes against humanity
Extensive destruction of property - IAC
Extermination - crimes against humanity
Fair trial standards
Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group
Grave breaches - IAC
Immunity - national proceedings
Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group
Imprisonment - crimes against humanity
Individual criminal responsibility
Individual criminal responsibility - other form of assistance
Inhuman treatment - IAC
Intent - national proceedings
Intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group
Intent to destroy, in whole or in part, other groups
Jurisdiction ratione temporis
Killing members of the group
Killing or wounding treacherously individuals belonging to the hostile nation or army - IAC
Legal Aid
Mental element
Murder - NIAC
Murder - crimes against humanity
National penalties - aggression
National penalties - crimes against humanity
National penalties - death sentence
National penalties - genocide
National penalties - maximum penalty
National penalties - national proceedings
National penalties - offences against the administration of justice
National penalties - war crimes
National proceedings on admission of guilt
Offences against administration of justice
Other inhumane acts - crimes against humanity
Other serious violations of the laws and customs - NIAC
Persecution against any identifiable collectivity on other grounds universally recognised as impermissible under international law - crimes against humanity
Persecution against any identifiable collectivity on political, racial, national, ethnic, cultural, religious, or gender grounds - crimes against humanity
Persecution against any identifiable group on political, racial, national, ethnic, cultural, religious, or gender grounds - crimes against humanity
Pillaging - IAC
Pillaging - NIAC
Procedure for witness testimony - national proceedings
Protective jurisdiction
Provision of information or documents, or other assistance or cooperation by intergovernmental organisation
Provisional arrest
Provisional arrest for national proceedings
Rape - crimes against humanity
Request for arrest and surrender
Request for provisional arrest
Rights during investigation - legal assistance
Rights during investigation - remain silent
Rights during investigation - self incrimination
Rights during trial - conduct defence in person
Rights during trial - counsel of accused's choosing
Rights during trial - disclosure of evidence to defence
Rights during trial - examine witnesses
Rights during trial - informed promptly and in detail of charges
Rights during trial - interpretation and translation
Rights during trial - legal assistance
Rights during trial - raise defences
Rights during trial - remain silent
Rights during trial - tried without undue delay
Rights during trial - unsworn oral or written statement in defence
Sanctions for misconduct before the court - national proceedings
Sentencing - national proceedings
Serious violations of Common Article 3 - NIAC
Severe deprivation of physical liberty - crimes against humanity
State assistance to national defence
State privileges and immunities
Superior / subordinate relationship (civilian) - national proceedings
Superior / subordinate relationship (military) - national proceedings
Superior orders - national proceedings
Superior responsibility - national proceedings
Taking of hostages - IAC
Taking of hostages - NIAC
Territorial jurisdiction - national proceedings
Torture - crimes against humanity
Trials in absentia
Universal jurisdiction
Unlawful deportation - IAC
Violations of laws and customs - IAC
War crimes
Wilful killing - IAC