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Volume: 9 Issue: 2
(February 2011)

Keywords:
integrity tribunal verdict crickets spot-fixing case analysis international cricket council recently delivered verdict spot-fixing case against three pakistan cricketers

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Integrity: Tribunal verdict in cricket's spot-fixing case: analysis

The International Cricket Council recently delivered its verdict in the spot-fixing case against three Pakistan cricketers, imposing sanctions of varying severity. Amrut Joshi, an Advocate who heads the sports practice at MMB Legal, examines the charges brought against the players, the evidence against them and how sanctions were determined by considering both 'aggravating and mitigating factors', as required by the ICC's Anti-Corruption Code. Joshi also comments on steps that could be taken by the ICC to prevent such a situation from arising in the future.

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