ICC MATERIALS

International Criminal Court CORE TEXTS

 

 

Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (Statute)

The international treaty establishing the International Criminal Court is the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. It sets out the administrative framework for the court and consists of a preamble and 13 parts. This law was adopted by the Rome Conference on July 17, 1998 and entered into force on July 1, 2002, thereby establishing the International Criminal Court.

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Rules of Procedure and Evidence (Rules)T

They are subordinate to statutes and regulate the composition and operation of courts.

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Elements of Crimes

The Elements of Crimes were developed to assist the Court in interpreting and applying the crimes outlined in articles 6-8bis of the Statute. These elements establish the necessary conditions for someone to be held criminally responsible and liable for punishment. They cover jurisdiction, material aspects, and the mental state required for each crime.

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Regulations of the Court

The Court Regulations outline the court’s structure, administration, proceedings, legal assistance, victim participation, detention, cooperation, enforcement, removal, and disciplinary measures.

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Regulations of the Office of the Prosecutor

 

The Regulations of the Office of the Prosecutor, like the Registry’s Regulations, are governed by the Statute, Rules, and Court Regulations, governing its management, administration, handling of information, and investigations.

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Regulations of the Registry

The Registry’s Regulations, governed by the Statute, Rules, and Court Regulations, outline its organization and management, administrative duties, legal representation, assistance, victim and witness matters, and detention matters, subject to the Statute, Rules, and Court Regulations.

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Code of Professional Conduct for counsel

The Code of Professional Conduct for counsel, adopted by the Assembly of States Parties, governs the conduct of counsel in their representation of clients, relations with the Court, other counsel, unrepresented individuals, and victims and witnesses, and establishes a disciplinary regime for misconduct.

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Code of Conduct for the Office of the Prosecutor

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