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Deceased Accused: The Practice of International Tribunals vs the Pursuit of Justice 

By: Vetira RUKORO 

This article will first further contextualize the practice of international tribunals as it concerns accused persons dying before a judgment is made. It will then discuss this practice about the overarching pursuit of justice.

Article ”Deceased Accused” (2024)