Arraigo in Mexico: Violation of International Law

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Julio Martínez Hernández


For the development of this note, I will begin by exposing the different components, giving a brief introduction to the doctrines that make up public international law, its application in Mexico, general conception of human rights, international human rights framework, and human rights in Mexico, description of arraigo, its constitutional and legal basis, practices, and results for the achievement of justice. The intention is to establish if the practice of arraigo in Mexico constitutes a violation of the state’s international obligations.

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Martínez Hernández, J. (2023). Arraigo in Mexico: Violation of International Law. Mexican Law Review, 16(1), 97–113.