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Due process

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CRC Article = 40
Note:
The adoption of an individual right to trial in court and detailed minimum guarantees of the accused in criminal proceedings is based on the Anglo-Saxon common law tradition of "due process of law". Article 40 of the CRC accords to a child alleged as or accused of having infringed the penal law the right to a fair trial, and contains basic safeguards such as the presumption of innocence, the right to be informed of the charge, and the right to have the matter determined without delay.

See also:
Accusations   Accused children   Administration of Juvenile Justice   Assistance of an interpreter   Defence   Examination of witnesses   Independent and impartial authority   Judicial body   Legal assistance   Presumption of innocence   Trial in the presence of legal assistance