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Den Haag | 13.07.2016.

VICTIMS WILL NOT HEAR JUDGMENT IN HADZIC CASE

The Tribunal awaits Belgrade’s official notification of the death of accused Goran Hadzic to formally terminate the case against him. All those who had an interest in hearing the judgment, primarily the victims, will thus never know what the judges may have decided on the charges in the indictment against Hadzic
Den Haag | 06.04.2016.

"INDEFINITE STAY" OF HADZIC’S TRIAL

The majority of the judges in the Trial Chamber have concluded that Goran Hadzic ‘for the time being’ is not able to stand trial and have decided to “stay the proceedings indefinitely”. In his separate opinion, Judge Mindua notes that he cannot reach a decision without the opinions of independent medical experts. According to Judge Mindua, both Hadzic and the victims deserve a ‘formal judgment’
Den Haag | 07.03.2016.

HADZIC CASE: TRIAL CHAMBER TOLD TO CORRECT ERRORS

The Appeals Chamber has quashed the Trial Chamber’s decision to deny the prosecution’s motion for the urgent resumption of Goran Hadzic’s trial. The Trial Chamber has been ordered to correct the errors in the reversed decision and reassess if the accused is fit to stand trial. Based on that reassessment the Trial Chamber should decide whether to continue or terminate the proceedings
THE HAGUE | 03.12.2015.

PROSECUTION: HADZIC’S TRIAL SHOULD GO ON

The prosecution has called on the Appeals Chamber to urgently reverse the Trial Chamber’s decisions on the three-month suspension of the trial. Instead, the prosecution argues, the Appeals Chamber should order Goran Hadzic’s defense to resume its case. Goran Hadzic is a former Serb political leader in Croatia
THE HAGUE | 03.11.2015.

PROSECUTOR SEEKS PERMISSION TO APPEAL AGAINST STAY OF PROCEEDINGS IN HADZIC CASE

The Trial Chamber's decision to grant a three-month stay of proceedings in Hadzic case has only formalized the status quo, the prosecution notes in its motion seeking permission to appeal against the decision. Furthermore, the Trial Chamber's decision impacts "the fair and expeditious conduct of the proceedings and the outcome of the trial", the prosecution noted
THE HAGUE | 26.10.2015.

GORAN HADZIC’S TRIAL SUSPENDED FOR THREE MONTHS

The Trial Chamber has rejected the prosecution’s motion for urgent continuation of the proceedings against Goran Hadzic and the defense’s motion for its termination. The judges have decided instead to suspend the trial for three months, in the first instance, and then to extend the suspension if the health of the accused fails to improve
THE HAGUE | 21.08.2015.

GORAN HADZIC 'WOBBLES AND SHAKES SLIGHTLY'

After he examined Goran Hadzic, Belgian oncologist Pol Specenier concluded that the results were more or less 'normal'. Hadzic can look after himself and can move, but is not able to perform any tasks. The doctor expects Hadzic's 'condition to worsen'
THE HAGUE | 29.07.2015.

HADZIC’S COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS ‘INTACT’, ATTENTION LOW

Dr Daniel A. Martell, specialist in neuro-psychology, has concluded after examining Goran Hadzic that his cognitive functions were ‘intact’. According to Dr. Martell, Hadzic’s biggest problems were his lack of ‘strength’ and ‘attention span’
THE HAGUE | 23.07.2015.

NEW HEARING ON HADZIC’S HEALTH

The Trial Chamber has scheduled a hearing for 29 July 2015 to hear the medical experts’ conclusions on Hadzic’s ability to take part in his trial
THE HAGUE | 06.07.2015.

HADZIC’S DEFENSE DOESN’T WANT TRIAL TO CONTINUE

Goran Hadzic’s defense has urged the Trial Chamber to reject the prosecution’s urgent motion for the trial to resume. In the defense’s view, the motion is ‘groundless, premature and inconsiderate’ and a violation of Hadzic’s basic rights

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