This article presents a study of the evidence at Special Jurisdiction for Peace, regulated by laws 1922 of 2018 and 1957 of 2019. For this purpose, it starts from an analysis of the content of the evidence due process. Then it examines the criteria for prioritizing and selecting cases in the model of transitional justice, checking the probative value of the contextual evidence and the exchange evidence at this jurisdiction. Subsequently, it reflects on the practice of evidence in indigenous territories, the testimony of the minor victim, the practice and assessment of evidence with victims of sexual violence in the armed conflict, as well as on the standard of proof to convict at this special jurisdiction.
|Translated title of the contribution||Study of the evidence at special jurisdiction for peace from the evidence due process|
|Number of pages||40|
|State||Published - Dec 2020|