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United States v Martinez (Julio Adrian), Trial judgment, 599 F Supp 2d 784 (WD Tex, 2009), ILDC 1445 (US 2009), 27th February 2009, District Court for the Western District of Texas [W.D. Tex.]



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Whether the United States had jurisdiction to criminally charge a United States citizen who allegedly took another United States citizen out of the United States and committed criminal acts against that person in a foreign country.

Whether a statute that had been ratified pursuant to a non-self-executing multilateral treaty could be applied extraterritorially.

Keywords: Customary international law; Human trafficking; International criminal law, rape and sexual violence; Jurisdiction of states, extra-territorial; Jurisdiction of states, nationality principle; Jurisdiction of states, passive personality principle; Jurisdiction of states, territoriality principle; Territoriality; Treaties, application; Treaties, interpretation

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Subjects: Relationship Between International and Domestic Law ; Territory ; Public International Law ; International Law ; Law

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