expeditiousness


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the property of being prompt and efficient

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See Bemba Decision Pursuant to Article 61(7)(a) and (b), supra note 102, [paragraph][paragraph] 201-03 ("[A]s a matter of fairness and expeditiousness of the proceedings, only distinct crimes may justify a cumulative charging approach and, ultimately, be confirmed as charges.
The ICC's first trials have already generated a rich and interesting jurisprudence, and I will focus in particular on Trial Chamber rulings that affected the fairness and expeditiousness of the proceedings.
The issue of victim participation clearly plays a role in the fairness and expeditiousness of the trial just like all of the other issues identified previously, but because victim participation is such an important innovation in the Rome Statute, it deserves some special attention.
45) There is no time limit articulated in the rules for seeking review of a stay order, but practical necessity will usually dictate expeditiousness.
Too much affinity for expeditiousness is what got us into this mess; we were much better off when what we now denounce as "gridlock" was praised as "deliberation" and the cumbersome nature and narrow focus of government were seen as virtues.
The prompt provision of justice is an admirable goal but in Oeykue's situation the expeditiousness of the hearings displays superficiality rather than efficiency.
Not known for its expeditiousness, the FDA stunned everyone last year by speedily processing the flood of responses to a proposed ban on tobacco advertising aimed at minors.
It seems," he remarks, "that the economy has overshadowed surgical expeditiousness.
But for all the expeditiousness of the evening sojourns, it elevates the expectations of the captain to produce.
616, 621-24 (2004) (positing several measures of success for international tribunals including expeditiousness of proceedings, fairness, transparency, historical documentation, inclusion of victims, reconciliation, increasing respect for the rule of law, and strengthening the judicial system); see also the discussion of requirement of fair standards in the context of transfers to Rwanda from the ICTR.
160) This focus on equity and expeditiousness served in no small part to make the merchant's business easier to run from a purely practical standpoint, which ultimately reduced the cost of goods sold.
These units function in coordination with each other in order to ensure the objectives of safety and expeditiousness.
13) Others fear that victim participation in proceedings may conflict with the accused's right to a fair trial (14) and "affect the expeditiousness of proceedings.
The Prosecution's response to the Single Judge Decision's interpretation of participatory rights submits that the participation of victims in the investigative phase of proceedings may compromise the expeditiousness of the trial.
105) The scope of the definition of victims, it has been argued, might interfere with the fairness and expeditiousness of the trial since "the definition is too broad and vague allowing for too many victims to participate.