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Admissible Evidences in Court against Age of Child Trafficking in Court

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2021-05-14 11:09:20

Admissible Evidences in Court against Age of Child Trafficking in Court

           Human trafficking challenges the world community to find efficient and practical solutions in fighting this serious crime against humanity, especially among children. In practice, it is difficult for a state to prove a child victim‖s age beyond reasonable doubt. Moreover, the defendant can defend exemption against a Criminal Liability Rule. Consequently, some trafficked children are not protected and remedied by law. This study aims to examine problems related to the admissible evidences about the age of child trafficking in Thai courts. It also gathers findings and key points from a review of significant parts of available literature associated with admissible evidences about the age of child trafficking in Thai courts. This review sets out to identify and evaluate relevant legislations in national and international research and initiatives related to analyze the effective use of admissible evidences about the age of child trafficking in courts regarding criminal justice system, the legal rules as to judge role, what evidences are admissible in courts, liability presumption, and the age of child victim‖s situation in substantive laws. Findings of this study will depend upon situations on the age of child trafficking in substantive laws, and liability presumption to support evidence about the age of child trafficking in courts.

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http://journal.ssru.ac.th/index.php/ssajournal/article/view/244