La crise de la présomption d'innocence: regard croisé sur la procédure pénale camerounaise et de la Cour pénale internationale

Author:Hervé Magloire Moneboulou Minkada
Position::Faculty of Law and Political Science, University ofDouala, Cameroon
Pages:69-103
SUMMARY

Most of time, the suspect is presumed innocent in the beginning of the penal proceeding. But this presumption of innocence is created for saving individual freedoms and reputation. The truth is that the suspect is presumed guilty after his arrest. And the judicial authorities will check if the suspect is innocent or confirmed guilty. This situation can threaten individual freedoms and reputation. ... (see full summary)


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