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Prlic et al.

Jadranko Prlic, Bruno Stojic, Slobodan Praljak, Milivoj Petkovic, Valentin Coric, Berislav Pusic

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Den Haag | 19.09.2016.

TRIBUNAL’S ‘WORST APPEAL CASE’ PROCEEDS AT SNAIL'S PACE

The appellate hearing in the case against six former Herceg Bosna leaders will most likely take place in the first four months of 2017, the presiding judge has announced, adding that it is the ‘worst appellate case’ ever
DEN HAAG | 20.07.2016.

DEFENSE: MLADIC IS VICTIM OF 'SYSTEMATIC BIAS'

Ratko Mladic's defense has now accused all those involved in his trial - from the judges of the Tribunal and the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals to the high-ranking UN officials – of a ‘systematic bias' against their client. Mladic's defense has demanded that the trial be suspended and judges Orie and Flugge disqualified. They also want the UN Security Council to set up a working group which will investigate the allegations
DEN HAAG | 19.07.2016.

CROATIA’S MOTION TO TAKE PART IN PRLIC ET AL. CASE DENIED

The Tribunal’s Appeals Chamber has denied Croatia’s motion to take part in the appellate proceedings against the former Bosnian Croat leaders in the capacity of an amicus curiae. According to the judges, Tudjman, Susak and Bobetko were not indicted in the Prlic et al. case and consequently their (posthumous) right to the presumption of innocence was not violated
DEN HAAG | 25.05.2016.

FINAL JUDGMENT FOR HERCEG BOSNA LEADERS IN LATE 2017

At the status conference today Carmel Agius, the presiding judge in the Appeals Chamber, indicated that the Appeals Chamber would deliver its judgment in the case against the former Herceg Bosna leaders in November 2017. All the accused except Berislav Pusic, who has been granted provisional release, attended the hearing
DEN HAAG | 01.04.2016.

PROSECUTION AGAINST CROATIA’S ROLE IN PRLIC ET AL. CASE

According to the prosecution, Croatia’s motion should be rejected for three reasons: under the Tribunal’s rules, Croatia does not meet the requirements that would allow it to take part in the proceedings as amicus curiae, the information it intends to present will not assist the Appeals Chamber in its deliberations and the late Franjo Tudjman, Gojko Susak and Janko Bobetko ‘will not benefit’ in any way from the right to a fair trial in the context of the Prlic et al. case
DEN HAAG | 22.03.2016.

CROATIA WANTS TO APPEAL AGAINST ‘CONVICTION’ OF TUDJMAN, SUSAK AND BOBETKO

The Croatian government has asked permission to take part as an amicus curiae in the appellate proceedings against the former Bosnian Croat leaders. According to the Croatian government, the trial judgment in their case posthumously convicted three former Croatian officials – Franjo Tudjman, Gojko Susak and Janko Bobetko 'based on non-existent evidence'
DEN HAAG | 10.02.2016.

LOGICAL CLASH OR WHAT IS BOTHERING GENERAL PRALJAK

At a status conference in the appellate proceedings in the case against former Herceg Bosna leaders, General Slobodan Praljak asked a question that ‘has been bothering me for a long time’, which concerned proof ‘beyond reasonable doubt’
THE HAGUE | 23.11.2015.

NEW APPELLATE JUDGE FOR HERCEG BOSNA LEADERS

Maltese judge Carmel Agius, the Tribunal’s new President, was appointed the presiding judge of the Appeals Chamber hearing the case against six former Herceg Bosna leaders. The appellate proceedings continue, but the appellate hearing hasn’t yet been scheduled
THE HAGUE | 02.09.2015.

ALL QUIET IN THE CASE AGAINST FORMER HERCEG BOSNA OFFICIALS

The appellate proceedings in the case against former Herceg Bosna officials continue as scheduled. The appeals were filed in January 2015, and the responses and rejoinders were filed in May 2015. The judgment is expected in mid-2017. The appellate hearing will be scheduled later
THE HAGUE | 05.12.2014.

CORIC SEEKS PROVISIONAL RELEASE

Valentin Coric has filed a request for provisional release pending the appellate hearing in his case. He has been tried with five other former Herceg Bosna officials. In the motion, Coric notes that in early December 2014 he will have served two thirds of his 16-year prison sentence

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