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Secret Evidence and the Due Process of Terrorist Detention
Articles | 19.11.2009
Article reviewing the manners in which various democracies handle their common difficulty in proving suspicions against alleged terrorists during hearings: while governments are forced to protect the sharing and collection of sensitive information when proving cases against terror suspects during hearings, withholding evidence from the suspects allegedly compromises the fairness of the judicial process. This review illustrates how the models adopted by democracies sharing common legal foundations reflect different approaches regarding the right to due process and how these models’ efficiency depends on the structure of the legal system in the different countries. (02) 627 1698   (02) 627 6317

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