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RULES OF THE INTERNATIONAL MILITARY TRIBUNAL
Rule I. Authority to Promulgate Rules.
The present Rules of Procedure of the International Military Tribunal for the trial of the major war criminals (hereinafter called "The Tribunal") as established by the Charter of the Tribunal dated August 8th, 1945 (hereinafter called "the Charter”) are hereby promulgated by the Tribunal in accordance with the provisions of Article 13 of Charter.
Rule 2. Notice to Defendants and Right to Assistance of Counsel.
a. Each individual Defendant in custody shall receive not less than 30 days before trial a copy, translated into a language which he understands, (1) of the Indictment, (2) of the Charter, (3) of any other documents lodged with the Indictment, and (4) of a statement of his right to the assistance of counsel as set forth in d of this Rule, together with a list of counsel. He shall also receive copies of such rules of procedure as may be adopted by the Tribunal from time to time.
b. Any individual Defendant not in custody shall be informed of the indictment against him and of his right to receive the documents specified in a above, by notice in such form and manner as the Tribunal may prescribe.
c. With respect to any group or organization as to which the prosecution indicates its intention to request a finding of criminality by the Tribunal, notice shall be given by publication in such form and manner as the Tribunal may prescribe and such publication shall include a declaration by the Tribunal that all members of the named groups or organizations are entitled to apply to the Tribunal for leave to be heard in accordance with the provisions of Article 9 of the Charter. Nothing herein contained shall be construed to confer immunity of any kind upon such members of said groups or organizations as may appear in answer to said declaration.
d. Each Defendant has the right to conduct his own defense or to have the assistance of counsel. Application for particular counsel shall be filed at once with the General Secretary of the Tribunal at the Palace of Justice, Nurnberg, Germany. The Tribunal will designate counsel for any Defendant who fails to apply for particular counsel or, where particular counsel requested is not within ten days to be found or available, unless the Defendant elects in writing to conduct his own defense. If a Defendant has