عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this paper is to investigate how to form substantial and procedural international criminallaw through the judicial procedure of international criminal courts. International criminal law is a new discipline, the stem of which is in international and criminal law, and it has not been established until the Nuremberg trials. The Nuremberg court judgment in 1946, which was called Nuremberg principles, was the first decision to base the important principles governing over the international criminal law. Other courts that have been formed after the Nuremberg court also issued some verdicts which deserve to study. Judicial procedures in private courts such as ICTY and ICTR provide the greatest sources for substantial criminal law and also have had a significant effect. The current study aimed to analyze these judicial procedure. It is clear that the judicial procedure has a significant effect on the forming of international criminal law and approving the ICC status which was approved in a short time after the beginning of the private courts. Simultaneously, the author has a critical look at the book International Criminal Law in Jurisprudence in which this issue is highlighted.