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Prlic et al.

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

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THE HAGUE | 23.09.2014.

TIME PRESSURE FOR APPEAL

At the status conference in the appellate proceedings, the defense teams of the former Herceg Bosna leaders expressed their concern over the short deadlines for the submission of their appeals. The defense lawyers stressed that they were all ‘under a great deal of pressure’. Prlic, Stojic, Praljak, Petkovic and Coric didn’t have any complaints about the conditions in the detention while Pusic was granted provisional release
THE HAGUE | 19.09.2014.

REGISTRY: PRALJAK HAS NOT SETTLED HIS DEBT

The Tribunal’s Registry has informed the Appeals Chamber that Slobodan Praljak has not paid back a single euro of the 2.8 million euro debt incurred by his defense
THE HAGUE | 30.06.2014.

COUNSEL ASSIGNED TO PRALJAK IN INTEREST OF JUSTICE AND AT HIS EXPENSE

The Appeals Chamber has dismissed Slobodan Praljak’s motion for the proceedings against him to be suspended until he receives the trial judgment and other documents relevant for the appellate proceeding ‘in a language he understands’. The judges have decided to assign counsel to Praljak in ‘the interest of justice’. The costs of providing Praljak with legal representation will be added to Praljak’s current debt to the Tribunal of 2.8 million Euros
THE HAGUE | 27.05.2014.

PRALJAK DEFENDS PRALJAK

At a status conference in the appellate proceedings in the case against six former Herceg Bosna leaders, Slobodan Praljak represented himself. The trial judgment will be translated from French into English in June, and into Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian in September
THE HAGUE | 14.05.2014.

PRALJAK ORDERED TO SETTLE DEBT TO THE TRIBUNAL

The Appeals Chamber has ordered Slobodan Praljak to pay 2.8 million Euros within 90 days or alternatively, to settle the debt in monthly installments over a three-year period. The amount was paid from the legal aid fun to Praljak’s defense team during the trial
THE HAGUE | 04.04.2014.

PRALJAK’S MOTION FOR ASSIGNMENT OF COUNSEL AND STAY OF PROCEEDINGS DENIED

The Appeals Chamber has rejected Slobodan Praljak’s motion in which he petitioned the court to assign counsel to him ‘in the interest of justice’. Alternatively, Praljak asked for a stay of proceedings until he received the translation of the trial judgment and other documents in order to be able to represent himself in the appellate proceedings
THE HAGUE | 03.02.2014.

ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF HERCEG BOSNA JUDGMENT TO BE FINISHED IN JUNE 2014

The six former Herceg Bosna leaders received their trial judgment in late May 2013. The translation from French into English will not be finished before June 2014. After that, the defense teams will have 60 days to file their appeals. Slobodan Praljak still contends that he has no money to reimburse 2.8 million Euros the Tribunal has paid for his defense. According to Praljak, the Registry has conducted a ‘determined campaign with unbelievable amount of lies’ against him
THE HAGUE | 21.01.2014.

REGISTRY WANTS COURT TO ORDER PRALJAK TO PAY HIS DEFENSE

The Registry has petitioned the Appeals Chamber to order Slobodan Praljak to pay the debt amounting to 2.8 million dollars. The amount has been paid to Praljak during the trial for his defense team the legal aid fund
THE HAGUE | 04.10.2013.

PRALJAK SEEKS STAY OF PROCEEDINGS

Praljak has asked for a stay of proceedings until he has received ‘in the language he understands’ all the relevant documents including his judgment from May 2013 and all the transcripts from his trial. He was tried with five other Herceg Bosna leaders. The trial began in April 2006. Praljak insists on this because he understands only Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian. Praljak intends to represent himself in the future proceedings because he claims he has no money to pay his lawyers
THE HAGUE | 29.05.2013.

111 YEARS IN PRISON FOR HERCEG BOSNA LEADERS

The Trial Chamber has sentenced six former Bosnian Croat leaders to a total of 111 years in prison for crimes committed against Bosniaks and other non-Croats in Herceg Bosna. The majority in the Trial Chamber, with the presiding judge Antonetti dissenting, established that the conflict was international and that a joint criminal enterprise existed. The enterprise included the former Herceg Bosna leaders, and Franjo Tudjman, Gojko Susak and Janko Bobetko

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