Judge Motoo Noguchi


Judge Noguchi (Japan) was a Judge in the Supreme Court Chamber from the inception of the ECCC until July 2012.

He has been a prosecutor since 1985, accumulating considerable experience in criminal investigations and trials. He has also been engaged in judicial reforms in transitional countries since 1996. From 2000-04, he was seconded to Asian Development Bank (ADB) as a counsel.

Since 2004 he has been a professor at UNAFEI, serving concurrently as a senior attorney at Ministry of Foreign Affairs who advise on international criminal justice. Mr. Noguchi graduated from University of Tokyo, faculty of law (1983) and Legal Research and Training Institute of the Supreme Court (1985).

He was visiting scholar at University of Washington, School of Law (1992-93), visiting professional at the International Criminal Court (2005), and visiting fellow at Yale Law School, Schell Center for International Human Rights and MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale (2006-07).

He is also a visiting professor at the University of Tokyo.

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សេចក្តី​ប្រកាស​ព័ត៌មាន​របស់​ចៅក្រម ម៉ូតូ ណូហ្គូឈី នៃ​អង្គជំនុំជម្រះ​តុលាការ​កំពូល អំពី​ការលាលែង​របស់​លោក

ចៅក្រម Motoo Noguchi មកពីប្រទេសជប៉ុន ដែលជា​ចៅក្រម​នៃអង្គ​ជំនុំជម្រះ​តុលាការ​កំពូល​នៃ​អង្គ​ជំនុំជម្រះ​វិសាមញ្ញ​ក្នុង​តុលាការ​កម្ពុជា (អ.វ.ត.ក) បាន​បញ្ជូន​ពាក្យសុំ​លាលែងពី​ការងារ​របស់លោក ទៅ​លោក​អគ្គលេខាធិការ​អង្គការ​សហប្រជាជាតិ នៅថ្ងៃទី១៦ ខែឧសភា ឆ្នាំ២០១២។ ពាក្យ​សុំលាលែង​របស់​លោក​នឹង​ចូល​ជាធរមាន​ក្នុង​អំឡុងពេល​៦០ថ្ងៃ គឺនៅថ្ងៃទី១៥ ខែកក្កដា ឆ្នាំ២០១២។ លោក​នឹង​វិល​ត្រឡប់​ទៅ​បម្រើ​ការងារ​នៅ​ក្រសួង​យុត្តិធម៌​ជប៉ុន​វិញ។

Déclaration du Juge Motoo Noguchi, Juge à la Chambre de la Cour suprême, au sujet de sa démission

Le Juge japonais Motoo NOGUCHI, juge international à la Chambre de la Cour suprême des CETC, a remis sa lettre de démission au Secrétaire général des Nations Unies le 16 mai 2012. Sa démission prendra effet 60 jours plus tard, soit le 15 juillet 2012. Après son départ des CETC, le Juge Motoo NOGUCHI reprendra ses fonctions auprès du Ministère de la Justice du Japon. 

Statement by Judge Motoo Noguchi of the Supreme Court Chamber on his resignation

Judge Motoo NOGUCHI from Japan, an international judge of the Supreme Court Chamber of the ECCC, tendered today a letter of resignation to the United Nations Secretary-General. His resignation will take effect in 60 days on 15 July 2012. After leaving the ECCC, he is going to return to serving the Ministry of Justice of Japan.

Tout savoir sur l'Arrêt concernant Duch

 Le 3 février 2012, la Chambre de la Cour suprême a prononcé son Arrêt dans le Dossier 001 concernant Kaing Guek Eav, alias Duch, par lequel elle l'a condamné à la réclusion à perpétuité. Les liens ci-dessous proposent des informations additionnelles sur cette affaire :

ព័ត៌មាន​​សំខាន់​ៗ​ទាក់ទង​​នឹង​​ការ​ប្រកាស​សាលដីកា ឌុច

អង្គជំនុំជម្រះ​តុលាការ​កំពូល​នឹងប្រកាស​សាលដីកា​លើសំណុំរឿង ០០១​ ប្រឆាំងនឹង កាំង ហ្កេកអ៊ាវ ហៅ ឌុច នៅថ្ងៃទី៣ ខែកុម្ភៈ ឆ្នាំ២០១២ វេលាម៉ោង ១០:០០ ព្រឹក។ នៅលើទំព័រនេះ លោកអ្នកអាចរកបានព័ត៌មានសំខាន់ៗ​ទាក់ទងនឹង​ដំណើរការនេះ ៖- ប្រតិចារិក​​នៃ​​សវនាការ​​លើ​បណ្តឹង​​សាទុក្ខ- ព័ត៌មាន​​អំពី​​សំណុំរឿង ០០១

All You Need to Know about the Duch Appeal Judgment

The Supreme Court Chamber  pronounced its judgement on appeals in Case 001 against Kaing Guek Eav alias Duch on 3 February 2012 and sentenced him to life imprisonment. On this page we have collected relevant background information.

Supreme Court Chamber to Hold Appeal Hearings during the last week of March 2011

 The Supreme Court Chamber of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia has notified all the parties that the Chamber will hold oral hearings in the appeals against the Trial Judgment in Case 001 during the last week of March  2011. The exact dates and times of the hearings will be announced later in due course.

Supreme Court Chamber issues its First Decision

The Supreme Court Chamber has issued a decision on the appeals filed by lawyers for Civil Parties against the Trial Chamber's oral decision in August that barred civil parties from making submissions relevant to sentencing and from posing questions to character witnesses. This is the first ever decision by the Supreme Court Chamber.In its decision, the Supreme Court Chamber finds the appeals inadmissible, citing the sentencing and character decisions fall outside the scope of the ECCC's Internal Rule 104 (4) which specifies immediate appeals. In its reasoning, the chamber also cites such decisions can be appealed only at the same time as an appeal against the judgement on the merits.