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A UK ship is on passage through the territorial sea of another coastal State. In what circumstances may the coastal State exercise criminal jurisdiction over her?

MCA Oral Exam Questions

(1)  If the consequences of a crime on or by the ship extend to the coastal State; 

(2)if a crime on or by the ship disturbs the peace of the country or the good order of the territorial sea; (3) if the master, or an agent of the ship's flag State (e. g. a British consul) requests the coastal State to exercise jurisdiction; or (4) if jurisdiction is necessary to suppress the illicit traffic of narcotic drugs or psychotrophic substances.