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defence statement


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defence statement

defence statement

defence statement

defence statement

Early Christian Voluntary Martyrdom: A Statement for the Defence

United Parcel Service of America Incorporated v Canada, Decision on the Filing of a Statement of Defence, IIC 264 (2001), 17th October 2001, Ad Hoc Tribunal [UNCITRAL]

Prosecutor v Strugar (Pavle), Decision on the Defence Objection to the Prosecution’s Opening Statement Concerning Admissibility of Evidence, Case No IT-01-42-T, ICL 471 (ICTY 2004), 22nd January 2004, Trial Chamber II (ICTY)

Revolutionary United Front (‘RUF’) case, Prosecutor v Sesay and ors, Decision on the joint defence motion requesting conformity of procedural practice for taking witness statements, Case no SCSL-04-15-T, ICL 664 (SCSL 2005), 26th October 2005, Special Court for Sierra Leone [SCSL]; Trial Chamber [SCSL]; Trial Chamber I [SCSL]

Prosecutor v Taylor (Charles Ghankay), Decision on Defence Office application to suspend all time limits pending the resolution of issues surrounding the termination of Mr Karim Khan by Mr Charles Ghankay Taylor before the prosecution opening statement on 4 June 2007, Case no SCSL-03-1-T, ICL 654 (SCSL 2007), 3rd July 2007, Trial Chamber II (SCSL)

Prosecutor v Taylor (Charles Ghankay), Decision on urgent and public defence motion requesting leave for Charles Ghankay Taylor to give an unsworn statement from the dock, Case no SCSL-03-1-PT, ICL 655 (SCSL 2007), 29th May 2007, Trial Chamber II (SCSL)

Prosecutor v Ayyash (Salim Jamil) and ors, Decision on Prosecution motion for the admission of statements by witness PRH707 and on Ayyash Defence motion to strike the Prosecution reply, Case no STL-11-01/T/TC, ICL 1038 (STL 2016), 15th April 2016, Special Tribunal for Lebanon [STL]; Trial Chamber [STL]

 

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In criminal proceedings, a written statement setting out in general terms the nature of the accused's defence. A defence statement must comply with the requirements set out in the Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996. It should include any particular defences on which the accused intends to rely, indicate the matters of fact on which he takes issue with the prosecution, set out why he takes issue with the prosecution, and indicate any point of law (including any point as to the admissibility of the evidence) that he wishes to take. A defence statement must also give particulars of any alibi, including details of any alibi witness. If at trial the accused puts forward a defence different from that set out in the defence statement, the court or jury may draw such inferences as appear proper in deciding whether the accused is guilty of the offence concerned.

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