Kevin Jon Heller
|A. Historical Sketch|
|C. Legality Principle|
|D. Sources of Criminal Law|
|A. Theories of Punishment|
|B. Liability Requirements|
|C. Crimes against Humanity|
|D. War Crimes|
The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC, also the Court) entered into force on 1 July 2002, less than four years after 120 countries voted in favor of its adoption.1
Kevin Jon Heller is a Senior Lecturer at Melbourne Law School. His recent publications include “The Cognitive Psychology of Mens Rea,” 99 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 317 (2009), and “Mistake of Legal Element, the Common Law, and Article 32 of the Rome Statute: A Critical Analysis,” 6 Journal of International Criminal Justice 419 (2008).
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Publication information: Book title: The Handbook of Comparative Criminal Law. Contributors: Kevin Jon Heller - Editor, Markus D. Dubber - Editor. Publisher: Stanford Law Books. Place of publication: Stanford, CA. Publication year: 2011. Page number: 593.
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