The hybrid criminal tribunals, sometimes also called internationalised or mixed tribunals, discussed in this chapter present themselves as unusual institutional experiments that take different forms. They combine aspects of international criminal tribunals, like the ad hoc tribunals (discussed in the previous chapter), with domestic institutions administering international criminal law (to be discussed in chapter 13). Most of them have their seat in the state where the crimes in question were committed, but they are typically staffed by both international and national judges, prosecutors and other personnel. Moreover, they often apply a mix of international and national criminal law.
|Title of host publication||International Criminal Law in Context|
|Place of Publication||United Kingdom|
|ISBN (Print)||9781138675476, 9781138675513|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|