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The Presiding Judge of the Trial Chamber, Judge Gabrielle Kirk McDonald read out the following summary of the Sentencing Judgement in court: On 7 May 1997, Trial Chamber II issued the Opinion and Judgement, in which it found Du{ko Tadi} guilty on nine counts, guilty in part on two counts, and not guilty on 20 counts. (...) Accordingly, the Appeals Chamber found Du{ko Tadi} guilty of these nine counts. The Appeals Chamber initially deferred sentencing on the additional counts to a later stage and subsequently remitted sentencing to a Trial Chamber to be designated by the President of the International Tribunal. (...) The parties have also tendered written submissions. In respect of Counts 29, 30 and 31, which charged Du{ko Tadi} with the killing of five men in Jaski}i, the Prosecution recommended a sentence of an additional 15 years’ imprisonment for each Count.
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Score: 686530.8 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/t...en/991111_Tadic_summary_en.pdf
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The original indictment, issued on 10 November 1995, charged Anto Furundzija with three counts – one count for Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention (Count 12), and two counts for Violations of the Laws or Customs of War, torture and outrages upon personal dignity including rape (Counts 13 and 14) – for his alleged criminal conduct. On 13 March, Trial Chamber II- bis issued an order granting leave to the Prosecutor to withdraw Count 12 of the indictment. Consequently, the Accused remained charged with Counts 13 and 14. ndant’s argument According to the Defendant, "[the] Tribunal does not have subject matter jurisdiction over Counts 13 and 14 […] because the crimes with which Mr. (...) As a consequence of the sought dismissal of Counts 13 and 14 of the indictment, the only two counts charging the Accused, the Defendant requested that " Mr.
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Score: 685678.2 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/2010
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The original indictment, issued on 10 November 1995, charged Anto Furundzija with three counts – one count for Grave Breach of the Geneva Convention (Count 12), and two counts for Violations of the Laws or Customs of War, torture and outrages upon personal dignity including rape (Counts 13 and 14) – for his alleged criminal conduct. On 13 March, Trial Chamber II- bis issued an order granting leave to the Prosecutor to withdraw Count 12 of the indictment. Consequently, the Accused remained charged with Counts 13 and 14. ndant’s argument According to the Defendant, "[the] Tribunal does not have subject matter jurisdiction over Counts 13 and 14 […] because the crimes with which Mr. (...) As a consequence of the sought dismissal of Counts 13 and 14 of the indictment, the only two counts charging the Accused, the Defendant requested that " Mr.
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Score: 685678.2 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...indictment-and-release-accused
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COUNTS 2-13 (WILFIL KILLINGS/MURDERS AT SUSICA CAMP) Deaths of Durmo HANDZIC and Asim ZILDZIC 30. (...) COUNTS 14-51 (SEXUAL ASSAULTS AT SUSICA CAMP) Sexual Assault of Saha BERBIC 44. (...) COUNTS 52-78 (TORTURE AND SERIOUS PHYSICAL ASSAULTS IN SUSICA CAMP) Physical Assault of Galib MUSIC 60.
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Score: 685083.6 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/d...olic/ind/en/nik-1ai990212e.pdf
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COUNT 2-4 (FORCIBLE SEXUAL INTERCOURSE WITH "F") 5. (...) COUNTS 12-14 (BEATING OF SEFIK SIVAC IN OMARSKA CAMP) 7. (...) COUNTS 18-20 (ABUSE OF UNKNOWN PRISONERS IN OMARSKA CAMP) 9.
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Score: 684764.84 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/tadic/ind/en/tad-2ai951214e.pdf
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IT-04-84bis-PT 3 14 January 2011 IT-04-84bis-PT p. 103] original count so that he may be tried again on a count on which he has already been found gUilty and for which he has served his sentence.21 14. (...) The Appeals Chamber therefore orders that Ramush Haradinaj, Idriz Balaj, and Lahi Brahimaj be retried on these counts. 51. The Appeals Chamber, however, will not construe the Prosecution's Appeal as a request to quash the convictions of Lahi Brahimaj on two of the above counts for which he was convicted, namely Counts 28 and 32. (...) Moreover the reference to convictions on Counts 28 and 32 is to be understood in terms of the Disposition of the Trial Judgement where Brahimaj was found guilty of the two Counts, again without any qualification.7) 34.
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Score: 684433.74 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/haradinaj/tdec/en/110114.pdf
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Kordic and Cerkez case: Trial Chamber III denies Judgement of Acquittal but dismisses Part of four Counts. Press Release CHAMBERS (Exclusively for the use of the media. (...) However, it has determined that there is " no case to answer" in relation to counts 39, 42, 43 and 44 on some of the locations specified in the indictment. (...) These locations are: Count 43: Divjak and Stupni Do Count 44: Divjak In its decision of 6 April 2000, the Trial Chamber found that there is no, or insufficient evidence on count 39 and 42 (plunder of public or private property) in relation to the following locations: Count 39: Merdani, Putis, Ocenici, Kazagici, Behrici, Gromiljak, Visnjica, Nadioci, Pirici, Gacice, and, Count 42: Nadioci and Pirici This decision was issued on the eve of the beginning of the Defence’s case-in-chief, which began today.     ***** International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia For more information, please contact our Media Office in The Hague Tel.: +31-70-512-8752; 512-5343; 512-5356 - Email: press [at] icty.org ( ) Follow ICTY on Facebook , Twitter and Youtube   Press Releases Archive Press Briefing Archive Statements and Speeches Weekly Update of Court Proceedings ICTY Digest Publications Contact us   |   Terms and Conditions of Use   |   Privacy Notice
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Score: 684272.36 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...tal-dismisses-part-four-counts
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Background On 29 October 1998, Jelisic pleaded guilty to 31 out of 32 counts against him contained in a second amended indictment of 19 October 1998. These covered 15 counts of crimes against humanity (namely, 12 counts of murder and three counts of inhumane acts) and 16 counts of violations of the laws or customs of war (namely, 12 counts of murder, three counts of cruel treatment and one count of plunder of public or private property) in the Brcko area of northern Bosnia and Herzegovina. Jelisic pleaded not guilty to one count of genocide (namely, killing members of the group). ******************************   Please also be reminded that the sentencing hearing for the additional counts that Ducko Tadic was found guilty by the Appeals Chamber on 15 July 1999, will take place this Friday, 15 October, at 10.00 am in Courtroom I.  
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Score: 684272.36 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/2161
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Kordic and Cerkez case: Trial Chamber III denies Judgement of Acquittal but dismisses Part of four Counts. Press Release CHAMBERS (Exclusively for the use of the media. (...) However, it has determined that there is " no case to answer" in relation to counts 39, 42, 43 and 44 on some of the locations specified in the indictment. (...) These locations are: Count 43: Divjak and Stupni Do Count 44: Divjak In its decision of 6 April 2000, the Trial Chamber found that there is no, or insufficient evidence on count 39 and 42 (plunder of public or private property) in relation to the following locations: Count 39: Merdani, Putis, Ocenici, Kazagici, Behrici, Gromiljak, Visnjica, Nadioci, Pirici, Gacice, and, Count 42: Nadioci and Pirici This decision was issued on the eve of the beginning of the Defence’s case-in-chief, which began today.     ***** International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia For more information, please contact our Media Office in The Hague Tel.: +31-70-512-8752; 512-5343; 512-5356 - Email: press [at] icty.org ( ) Follow ICTY on Facebook , Twitter and Youtube   Press Releases Archive Press Briefing Archive Statements and Speeches Weekly Update of Court Proceedings ICTY Digest Publications Contact us   |   Terms and Conditions of Use   |   Privacy Notice
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Score: 684272.36 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/2502
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Background On 29 October 1998, Jelisic pleaded guilty to 31 out of 32 counts against him contained in a second amended indictment of 19 October 1998. These covered 15 counts of crimes against humanity (namely, 12 counts of murder and three counts of inhumane acts) and 16 counts of violations of the laws or customs of war (namely, 12 counts of murder, three counts of cruel treatment and one count of plunder of public or private property) in the Brcko area of northern Bosnia and Herzegovina. Jelisic pleaded not guilty to one count of genocide (namely, killing members of the group). ******************************   Please also be reminded that the sentencing hearing for the additional counts that Ducko Tadic was found guilty by the Appeals Chamber on 15 July 1999, will take place this Friday, 15 October, at 10.00 am in Courtroom I.  
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Score: 684272.36 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...n-trial-chamber-i-jelisic-case
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