Statistical evidence in international courts

Currently in the legislative, judicial, doctrinal,scientific and academic environment is frequently addressed the important question of evidence, so the finality of this research project is a break in the schemes that exist in this area, based on the concept of guardianship right to effective judici...

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Autores Principales: Yáñez Rueda, Alvaro de Jesús, Laguado Serrano, Cristian Eduardo
Formato: Artículo revisado por pares
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad Libre 2014
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Sumario:Currently in the legislative, judicial, doctrinal,scientific and academic environment is frequently addressed the important question of evidence, so the finality of this research project is a break in the schemes that exist in this area, based on the concept of guardianship right to effective judicial proof, thus beginning a study concerning Supreme Court as the United States and the European Court of Human Rights to focus on the “Ostrava Case”, which proved a serious difficulty indirect discrimination probation using statistics evidence. In addition, background review of the Model Code of collective processes for Latin America and the Colombian law 472 of 1998 that provide statistics used for evidentiary purposes, allowing identify the statistical evidence as ideal for the protection of vulnerable populations and condition of discrimination in the absence of evidence substantiating the need for security and protection of their situation. Defending the thesis and descriptive statistics as evidence in serious difficulty collective facts and therefore evidence as to propose to his own substantial regulatory proceedings before international and national courts. Then a catalog of evidence subject only to traditional evidence contrasts with the evolution of law in the “modern world”.