Several Features the Special Court for Kosovo and Challenges That May Face Duringthe Proving the Process of Concrete Criminal Cases

Azem Hajdari

Abstract


The Special Court for Kosovo is a hybrid court of “sui generis” nature which essentially consists of several elements of local and international character. This court is characterized by a considerable number of specifications which make it a court of a special type, compared to national courts and international criminal courts recorded by human society memories until nowadays. Such characteristics refer to the establishment and activities of this court, international double trial, selective trials, subject matter, personal and time jurisdiction. On the other hand, it is expectable that the work of this court shall be accompanied by numerous problems linked to proving of the alleged crimes for adjudication of which was established. These troubles mainly are expected to come to expression concerning issues related to the testimony of witnesses, victims of crime and material evidence.

 


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Court; Special; Jurisdiction; Procedure; Evidence

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9333

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