what are the steps in judging a crime against humanity in the International Criminal Court? i am writing an essay about crimes against humanity and i cant seem to find the steps on how to properly judge it in the ICC. does anyone know?

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Crimes against humanity are defined by the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court are defined as:

A panel of judges meets in plenary session and one judge is elected as President of the panel. Normally two thirds of the judges may sit in judgment; but in some instances,...

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Crimes against humanity are defined by the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court are defined as:

 

A panel of judges meets in plenary session and one judge is elected as President of the panel. Normally two thirds of the judges may sit in judgment; but in some instances, a single judge may sit. The specific rules and procedures are set forth in the International Criminal Court Rules of Procedure and Evidence. I have attached a link to the rules below.

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