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Venezuela
Practice Relating to Rule 99. Deprivation of Liberty
Section E. Decision on the lawfulness of deprivation of liberty
Venezuela’s Penal Procedure Code (2009), which is applicable to the prosecution of war crimes, states:
Within the twenty four hours following the request of the prosecutor [for the preventive deprivation of liberty of the indicted person], the supervisory judge will decide on the request. …
Within the forty eight hours following apprehension, the indicted [person] will be brought before a judge who … will decide on whether to maintain the [detention] measure or substitute it with a less severe one. 
Venezuela, Penal Procedure Code, 2009, Article 250; see also Article 264.
Venezuela’s Penal Procedure Code (2012), which is applicable to the prosecution of war crimes, states:
Within the 24 hours following the request of the prosecutor [for the preventive deprivation of liberty of the indicted person], the supervisory judge will decide on the request …
Within the 48 hours following apprehension, the indicted [person] will be brought before a judge who … will decide on whether to maintain the [detention] measure or substitute it with a less severe one. 
Venezuela, Penal Procedure Code, 2012, Article 236; see also Articles 250 and 372–373.