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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 | 08.11.2005.

PRALJAK TO DEFEND HIMSELF

Slobodan Praljak notifies the Tribunal that he will be defending himself at the forthcoming trial of the six political and military leaders of the so-called Herceg-Bosna, because he has "no money to pay for the lawyers and they don't want to work for free"
THE HAGUE | 09.09.2004.

PRLIC ET AL. TO BE PROVISIONALLY RELEASED

The prosecution motion seeking leave to appeal the decision on provisional release of Prlic et. al. dismissed – Preparations underway for their release
THE HAGUE | 20.07.2004.

CONFLICT OF OPINION ABOUT CONFLICT OF INTEREST

The judges in the Prlic et al. case should render two decisions shortly: one about the provisional release and the other, about whether there is a possible conflict of interest between the accused represented by the same lawyers. The prosecutor believes that there might be conflict of interest, while the accused and their defence counsel deny it
THE HAGUE | 19.07.2004.

PRLIC ET AL.: HEARING ON PROVISIONAL RELEASE

The defence seeks provisional release of six former Herceg-Bosna leaders, stating that all the requirements have been met. The prosecution opposes the motions, considering that there is a danger that the accused would not return to the Detention Unit and that they would try to interfere with the witnesses and victims
THE HAGUE | 06.04.2004.

HERCEG-BOSNA LEADERS DENY ANY GUILT FOR CRIMES

Six former military and political leaders of the HVO and Herceg-Bosna pleaded not guilty today to all 26 counts of their indictment. Prlic: "I was not a warlord as I am being painted in the indictment.”
THE HAGUE | 05.04.2004.

TOP HERCEG-BOSNA LEADERS FACE THE JUDGE TOMORROW

Six leaders of the so-called Croatian Community of Herceg-Bosna surrendered voluntarily to the Tribunal today. Tomorrow they will enter their pleas on all 26 counts of the indictment, which charges them with the persecution of Bosniaks, murders, detention, deportation and other crimes committed in their areas of responsibility.
THE HAGUE | 02.04.2004.

INDICTMENTS AGAINST FOUR HERCEG-BOSNA LEADERS UNSEALED

Jadranko Prlic, Slobodan Praljak, Milivoj Petkovic and Bruno Stojic are accused of participating in a “joint criminal enterprise” to “politically and militarily subjugate, permanently remove and ethnically cleanse Bosniaks and other non-Croats" from an area declared the Community/Republic of Herceg-Bosna.

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