The Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) entered into force in 2002 after more than sixty countries ratified it. Since then, the Court has exercised its authority and authority to try those accused of committing international crimes, which are enumerated in article 5 of the Statute. Crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and the crime of aggression. It is important to note that the jurisdiction of the Court extends to trials of individuals without States, as States resort to the International Court of Justice if a dispute arises between them.Since the ICC is a special court for individuals without states, the statute of the court must include a set of guarantees enjoyed by those who are subject to the law of the court and stand before its judges to answer their most egregious crimes.There is no doubt that the guarantees provided by the Statute of the International Criminal Court were not limited to stage of the trial. These guarantees were comprehensive in all aspects of the trial, from the stage of the investigation to the trial and the ways to challenge the sentences and finally to implement them. and to address these guarantees and their statement came this research.