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This is a list of special or exceptional tribunals and courts for the trying of people.Laughland, Joh
''A history of political trials: from Charles I to Saddam Hussein''
p.242
Sometimes, courts that don't try people but curtail political freedoms are also derogatively called "special tribunals," as well as court that establish a privileged jurisdiction for powerful individuals or the government.Ian Bushnel
''The Federal Court of Canada: a history, 1875–1992''
p.67
List coverage is through history and worldwide. *Revolutionary Tribunal (France, 1792–1795) *Exchequer Court of Canada (Canada, 1875–1971) *Canadian Human Rights Commission (Canada, 1977–) *Special Tribunal for the Defense of the State (Italy, 1926–1943) *Sondergerichte (Germany, 1933–1945) *People's Court (Germany) (Germany, 1934–1945) *Special Tribunal for the Defense of the RSI State (Italy, 1943–1945) *Court of Parties (Egypt, 1977–) *Tribunal de Orden Público (Spain, 1963–1977) *Audiencia Nacional of Spain (Spain, 1977–) *Iraqi Special Tribunal (Iraq, 2003–) *Special Tribunal for Lebanon (2009–)


See also

*Show trial *Political trial *A. V. Dicey's principle that people should not be judged by special courts.

References

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