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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 | 15.04.2013.

HERCEG BOSNA JUDGMENT ON 29 MAY 2013

The Trial Chamber headed by the French judge Antonetti will hand down its judgment to the six former Herceg Bosnia leaders on 29 May 2013
THE HAGUE | 06.09.2012.

PRALJAK ORDERED TO RETURN TO THE TRIBUNAL’S DETENTION UNIT

The Trial Chamber in the case against the former Herceg Bosna leaders ordered Slobodan Praljak to return ‘immediately’ to the UN Detention Unit; he has been provisionally released pending the judgment in his case
THE HAGUE | 29.08.2012.

PROSECUTION: PRALJAK MUST BE BROUGHT BACK TO DETENTION UNIT URGENTLY

The prosecution has appealed against the Trial Chamber’s decision to put Slobodan Praljak under house arrest during his provisional release. The prosecution has asked the judges to bring the accused back to the Tribunal’s Detention Unit ‘urgently’. In light of the Registry’s decision compelling the accused to pay back more than 3 million Euro to the Tribunal, Praljak cannot be trusted that he will not try to abscond, the prosecution contends
THE HAGUE | 27.08.2012.

PRALJAK UNDER HOUSE ARREST

The Trial Chamber considers that the recent decision by the Registry to compel General Slobodan Praljak to pay back around 3.3 million Euro for defense costs ‘increases the risk’ of Praljak absconding. The Trial Chamber ordered the accused to be placed under house arrest in his Zagreb home until his return to the UN Detention Unit. General Praljak has been provisionally released pending the judgment in his case
THE HAGUE | 23.08.2012.

TRIBUNAL ASKS SLOBODAN PRALJAK TO PAY BACK 3,3 MILLION EURO

General Praljak owes over 3 million Euros to the Tribunal: the sum paid to his defense lawyers because he claimed legal aid as an indigent. Praljak and five other Herceg Bosna leaders are currently awaiting judgment on the indictment for crimes against Bosnian Muslims. The investigation conducted over several years established that Praljak was not indigent and was able to pay for his own defense
THE HAGUE | 02.03.2011.

TRIAL FOR CRIMES IN HERCEG BOSNA ENDS

The trial of the former Herceg Bosna leaders ends with the final address of Jadranko Prlic, Bruno Stojic, Milivoj Petkovic and the lawyers defending Slobodan Praljak, Valentin Coric and Berislav Pusic
THE HAGUE | 01.03.2011.

PROJECT THAT LED TO BLOODSHED

In his response to the defense closing arguments at the trial of the former Herceg Bosna leaders, the prosecutor insisted that the accused ‘although they didn’t have blood on their hands... put together plans that led to the spilling of many people’s blood’. Prlic, Stojic, Praljak and Petkovic will address the Trial Chamber tomorrow
THE HAGUE | 24.02.2011.

‘MEMORIES OF WAR HAUNT’ PUSIC

Berislav Pusic’s defense contends that the prosecution has failed to prove the guilt of the former chief of the Commission for the Exchange of Prisoners, calling for his acquittal. According to Pusic’s defense, it is not true that Pusic ‘has shown no remorse’. One of the reasons why Pusic has not attended the trial regularly is because he is ‘haunted by the memories of war’
THE HAGUE | 23.02.2011.

CORIC: MILITARY COMMANDERS ARE RESPONSIBLE

Valentin Coric’s defense called for the acquittal of the former chief of the HVO military police administration. Coric’s defense contends that military commanders are responsible for what the military police did or didn’t do. The defense of Berislav Pusic, the last accused of the six Herceg Bosna leaders, began its closing argument today
THE HAGUE | 22.02.2011.

DEFENSE: ‘PETKOVIC WAS DOVE, NOT HAWK’

Milivoj Petkovic was not a man of war, Petkovic’s defense lawyer claims, asking for the acquittal of the former commander of the HVO Main Staff. The defense of Valentin Coric claims that the military commanders of the HVO – Praljak and Petkovic – were in charge of the implementation of everyday orders and combat tasks of the military police

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