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(p. 193) 11. Other modes of criminal liability and inchoate crimes 

(p. 193) 11. Other modes of criminal liability and inchoate crimes
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(p. 193) 11. Other modes of criminal liability and inchoate crimes
Author(s):

Antonio Cassese

, Paola Gaeta

, Laurel Baig

, Mary Fan

, Christopher Gosnell

, and Alex Whiting

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780199694921.003.0029
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date: 18 October 2019

This chapter discusses some of the most important modes of criminal liability and inchoate offences in international criminal law (ICL). Some are well known in national jurisdictions (such as aiding and abetting) and some are more unique to ICL (such as planning or ordering). ICL also covers a limited number of inchoate crimes (preparatory criminal acts that are punishable regardless of whether the crimes are actually committed).

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