Foreword - Louise Arbour and Antonio Maria Costa Preface - Neil Kritz and William Schabas Users Guide Introduction The Model Codes Project: A Response to Post-Conflict Criminal Law Needs Potential Uses of the Model Codes in a Criminal Law Reform Process A Synopsis of the Model Criminal Code Guiding Principles for the Criminal Law Reform Process Part I: General Part Definitions Fundamental Principles Jurisdiction Ne Bis in Idem Statutory Limitations Time and Place of Commission of a Criminal Offense Criminal Offense, Criminal Responsibility, and Commission of a Criminal Offense Criminal Responsibility of Legal Persons Justification and Excusal of Criminal Responsibility Criminal Attempt Participation in a Criminal Offense Penalties Confiscation of the Proceeds of Crime and Property Dispositions Applicable to Juveniles and Adults on Trial for Criminal Offenses Committed as Juveniles Part II: Special Part Genocide, Crimes against Humanity, and War Crimes Offenses against Life and Limb Sexual Offenses Offenses against the Rights of Persons Offenses against Children Property Offenses Economic Offenses Organized Crime Offenses Corruption Offenses Corruption-Related Offenses and Other Offenses Involving a Public Official Offenses against the State, Public Safety, and Security Offenses against United Nations and Associated Personnel Offenses Involving Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives, and Weapons Drugs Offenses Election Offenses Cybercrime Offenses Offenses against the Administration of Justice Index
Vivienne O'Connor is the Rule of Law project officer at the Irish Centre for Human Rights and codirector of the Model Codes for Post-Conflict Criminal Justice Project. She lectures widely on international human rights law and criminal law and development. Colette Rausch is deputy director of the United States Institute of Peace's Rule of Law Program and codirector of the Model Codes for Post-Conflict Criminal Justice Project. She directed the Department of Human Rights and the Rule of Law in the OSCE's mission in Kosovo, and worked for the U.S. Department of Justice as a federal prosecutor as well as on criminal justice projects throughout the Balkans.