Assisting an Accused to Represent Himself

@inproceedings{Tuinstra2006AssistingAA,
  title={Assisting an Accused to Represent Himself},
  author={Jarinde Temminck Tuinstra},
  year={2006}
}
Given the proportion and complexity of international criminal proceedings, allowing an accused to represent himself before an international criminal court might render his defence ineffective, even if the accused is a lawyer himself. If international criminal courts are not willing to have the accused bear the consequences of his choice of self-representation, the measure of appointing experienced Defence Counsel as amici curiae to make legal contributions to add to the Judges' informed… CONTINUE READING

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