Process, Not Punishment: The Importance of Criminal Trials for Transititional and Transnational Justice
Criminal law; Trials; Punishment; Criminal justice, Administration of; United States
Antony Duff, Professor, University of Minnesota Law School, Professor Emeritus, University of Stirling, Department of Philosophy, sketches a normative account of domestic criminal trials as a process of calling an alleged wrongdoer to public account. He then discusses the significant role that trials can play (independently of the substantive punishments that might or might not follow them) in the contexts of transitional justice and of international criminal justice.
Duff, Antony, "Process, Not Punishment: The Importance of Criminal Trials for Transititional and Transnational Justice" (2013). 'Or 'Emet Lectures. 2.
Presented by Jack & Mae Nathanson Centre on Transnational Human Rights, Crime, and Security, Ontario Legal Philosophy Partnership and Osgoode Hall Law School.