Atteintes à la sécurité internationale et nationale

OverviewArticlesOverview International and National Security Law International and national security law encompasses a broad area of national and international law including: Human rights law Espionage Foreign influence and interference Treachery and sabotage Sanctions Nation state cyber attacks Counter-terrorism measures relating to control orders Preventative detention orders Pre-charge detention Post-sentencing detention Surveillance and telecommunications interception Data…

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Notices rouges d’Interpol

OverviewArticlesCase StudiesOverview INTERPOL Red Notices The International Criminal Police Organisation (INTERPOL) provides a shared database and communication channel to police forces from various countries. This international cooperation allows for assistance in circulating information about wanted persons. A Red Notice is an electronic alert published by the INTERPOL General Secretariat seeking the detention, arrest or general restriction of…

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Extradition et entraide judiciaire

Extradition is the process by which one country apprehends and sends a person to another country to face criminal charges or serve a sentence. Extradition is also the delivery of an accused or a convicted individual by one state to another state on whose territory he/she is alleged to have committed or to have been convicted of a crime. There is also a system of streamlined interstate extradition within Australia.

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Pourvois en appel et cassation

There are different types of appeals: appealing against severity of the sentence – known as a severity appeal or sentence appeal; appealing against conviction or finding of guilt – known as a conviction appeal; and appealing against both conviction and severity – known as an all grounds appeal.

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