CCHR Coordinator joins IBA's press conference on judicial laws together with Ms. Knaul, UNSR (L) and Ms. Nadia, IBA's Lawyer (M) on 15 July 2014
The Meeting Between CCHR and Ministry of Justice of Cambodia on Fair Trail Rights and Legal Reform Dated 23 January 2014.
The Meeting Between CCHR and Bar Association of Cambodia on Fair Trial Rights and Legal Reform dated 16 January 2014.
Trial Monitoring Project provided a workshop on Fair Trial Rights to students at Build Bright University on 13 December 2013.
Trial Monitoring Project provided a workshop on Fair Trial Rights to students at Norton University on 06 December 2013.
TMP's staff hands over 3 posters on the rights of the accused to Mr. Bun Savath (Chief of the Court of Appeal's Clerk)on 24 October 2013.
A fair trial is a guarantee to which anyone charged with a criminal offence is entitled. The right to a fair
trial is, in fact, a composite of a number of individual rights which encompass the entire legal process,
from the initial arrest of a suspect, through to the completion of the final appeal. A fair trial is essential
for the protection of the rights of the accused and victims but also to ensure the proper administration
of justice, which is integral to the rule of law.
The concept of a fair trial incorporates all guarantees, and processes, relating to international standards of due process contained in international law mechanisms. These guarantees and processes include, but are not limited to, the following rights, prohibitions and principles: