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ADC-ICT Appears as Amicus in the Dominic Ongwen Appeal Proceedings at the ICC


On 16 February 2022, Mr. Chad Mair, Chair of the ADC-ICT Amicus Committee, appeared as Amicus at the request of the Appeals Chamber, in the Dominic Ongwen appeal proceedings at the International Criminal Court.


The issue which the ADC-ICT was invited to provide amicus submissions on was cumulative convictions.


In December 2021, the ADC-ICT had filed a an amicus brief which covered the topics of:

  • the legal interpretation of article 31(1)(a) and (d) of the Statute concerning grounds for excluding criminal responsibility;

  • evidentiary issues relating to mental disease or defect;

  • the burden of proof when asserting a ground for excluding criminal responsibility; and the standard of proof applicable to the assessment of mental disease or defect or duress; and

  • the permissibility or otherwise of entering cumulative convictions when the conduct in question violates two or more distinct provisions of the Statute.

The full amicus brief is available below.


ADC-ICT Amicus Curiae Observations in Prosecutor v. Ongwen
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