PROCEDURE FOR INTERNATIONAL LEGAL ASSISTANCE AND ENFORCEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL TREATIES IN CRIMINAL MATTERS
The minister in charge of judiciary shall more precisely regulate the contents of the request and other issues related to international legal assistance in criminal matters which are not specified by the present Code.
I BASIC PROVISIONS
Subject of the Law
This Law shall govern the manner, the scope and the forms of co-operation between the state authorities of the Republic of Serbia and the International Criminal Court, including the providing of said Court with legal assistance, and the execution of decisions thereof, as well as characteristics of the procedure relating to criminal offences defined under Article 5 of the Statute of the International Criminal Court, i.e. with respect to criminal offences committed against humanity and other property protected under international law (Chapter XXXIV of the Criminal Code).
I BASIC PROVISIONS
Application of the Criminal Procedure Code and Other Regulations
Provisions of the Criminal Procedure Code shall apply to proceedings against accused persons for criminal offences referred to in Article 1 of this Law and the procedure with respect to co-operation with the International Criminal Court, unless otherwise stipulated in said Law or any separate law.
III LEGAL ASSISTANCE TO THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT
General Rules of Co-operation and Providing Legal Assistance
In providing the International Criminal Court with legal assistance, the competent state authority shall also undertake actions which have not been specifically sought by the International Criminal Court to be implemented if the actions to be taken are directly linked with the objective of providing legal assistance or where it is necessary for the purposes of identifying the perpetrator of the criminal offence and the collecting of evidence required for the proceedings before the International Criminal Court, and should the collecting of evidence be prevented or significantly impeded.
States Parties shall ensure that there are procedures available under their national law for all of the forms of cooperation which are specified under this Part.