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Dragana Cvorovic
Hrvoje Filipovic


One of the current issues of criminal law, in general, is the issue of execution of a criminal judgment sentenced by the international criminal court (ad hoc or permanent international criminal court). The issue is ongoing because international criminal courts do not have their institutions for the enforcement of criminal sanctions they impose, but are, in that regard, instructed to cooperate with states that express readiness to execute criminal sanctions - imprisonment sentences imposed by an international criminal court in their prison facilities. Among the numerous issues related to this issue, the paper analyzes only those related to the legal basis for standardization, conditions, and manner of execution of a prison sentence imposed by an international criminal court.  


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Cvorovic, D. ., & Filipovic, H. (2021). EXECUTION OF IMPRISONMENT SENTENCED BY JUDGMENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT. Journal of Liberty and International Affairs, 7(2), 154-163. https://doi.org/10.47305/JLIA21720154c
Author Biographies

Dragana Cvorovic, The University of Criminal Investigation and Police Studies - Belgrade, Serbia

Dragana Cvorovic is assistant Professor of Criminal Procedure Law, Police in Criminal Procedure, Organized Crime at the University of Criminal Investigation and Police Studies in Serbia and expert on national and international projects that deal with the jurisprudence and trial monitoring, funded by the European Union, US Embassy, Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia, Government of Canada through the Canadian International Development Agency ( CIDA ), OSCE Mission to Serbia and other institutions. 15 years of experience gained in Serbia in the field of criminal law and procedure, police in criminal procedure, police in special procedures for combating organized crime; special police action against cybercrime. Secretary of the Department of Legal Sciences at the University of Criminal Investigation and Police Studies in Belgrade and member of the Serbian Association for Criminal Law Theory and Practice, Belgrade, member of Europeus and member of the Council of the Faculty of Special Education and Rehabilitation, University in Belgrade, elected by the Government of the Republic of Serbia. She has published over 80 papers in the field of criminal science disciplines, in national and international journals, which are referenced in the web of science, HeinOnline, Scopus, erih+. She has participated in a large number of national and international conferences, where she represented the University of Criminal Investigation and Police studies: Doha, Ukraine, Russia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, North Macedonia, and others.

Hrvoje Filipovic, Police College - Zagreb, Croatia

Hrvoje Filipovic is assistant professor at the Police College in Zagreb. He graduated at the University of Zagreb – Faculty of Criminalistic Science (graduated criminalist). After graduating, he started working at the Ministry of the Interior, Police department koprivnicko-krizevackoj. He has more than 21 years of police experience. He received the Ph.D degree ( 2018 ) from the Faculty of Law in Zagreb. From 1997 until 2008 he worked as a police officer in Police department koprivnicko-krizevackoj. In the Criminal Police Department and the Department for Administrative Affairs and Aliens, as well as Head of the Operational Communications Police Center and Head of the Sub-Department for State Border and Illegal Migration. The teaching activity began in 2009 at the Police Scholl in Zagreb, and since 2014 he has been working at the Police College in Zagreb as a senior lecturer on a course Police Powers and Human Rights, Migration and Criminality, Security of European borders. This far, he has participated in several research projects. He is the author of a number of scientific and professional papers, covering the areas of criminal procedural law, police law, human rights and criminal justice, rights of victims of crime, misdemeanours law. He is a member Croatian Association of Criminal Sciences and Practice. He was enrolled in the database of the scientist Ministry of Science and Education under number 324491.