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Two other issues were raised: whether the medical experts could give evidence in the trial; and whether the medical experts could be present in the courtroom when the witnesses gave their evidence. (...) The Prosecutor does not oppose the medical experts being given access to the statements of these witnesses, provided that the medical experts are bound by the protective orders presently in place. (...) Milan Kostic, a psychologist ("medical experts"). 10. The Defence, if it considers it necessary, may call any or all of the medical experts to testify as expert witnesses.
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Score: 917132.1 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/k...arac/tord/en/00329EV212568.htm
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Any or all of the medical experts will be allowed to be present in court only when they testify as expert witnesses. (...) The medical experts shall submit the log through Defence counsel to the Registrar at the end of the trial proceedings. (...) The Defence shall verify that the medical experts and any third party comply strictly with this order.
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Score: 913441.2 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/k...arac/tord/en/00515EV212924.htm
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IT-04-75-T 22 January 2015 NOTING that Had`i} has been diagnosed with [REDACTED] and that the RMO states that “[REDACTED]”;4 NOTING that Had`i} has begun a 16 week treatment plan (“Treatment Plan”) [REDACTED];5 NOTING that Had`i} [REDACTED] has been following his treatment as planned;6 NOTING that the RMO states that Had`i} “will be unable to attend the Court at least until the beginning of February 2015” at which point “his ability to attend the Court and to participate in the trial” will be reassessed;7 NOTING that, in the Motion, the Prosecution requests that the Trial Chamber order the Registry to appoint two experts, Had`i}’s treating [REDACTED] and an independent expert, to examine the Accused and to provide detailed medical reports;8 NOTING that the Prosecution submits that expert medical evaluations of Had`i}’s health condition and ability to be present are necessary in order for the Trial Chamber and the parties to assess to what extent and under what conditions trial proceedings may continue;9 NOTING that the Prosecution submits that in the reports the experts should address: (a) Had`i}’s current health condition; (b) Had`i}’s ability to attend full-time trial proceedings in the near or medium-term future, considering the nature and frequency of his treatment plan; (c) Had`i}’s ability to attend trial in the near or medium-term future, on the basis of a modified trial schedule, considering the nature and frequency of his treatment plan; (d) whether Had`i}’s health condition and wish to be present at trial may be accommodated by other means, in particular through the use of a video-conference link, with the means to immediately communicate with Counsel, set up in the UNDU; and (e) other matters deemed appropriate by the Trial Chamber;10 NOTING that the Defence submits that no additional examinations are warranted or justified as the RMO already performs the role that the Prosecution seeks to have performed by outside experts;11 4 26 November Medical Report, p. 1. 5 26 November Medical Report, p. 1. 6 17 December Medical Report; 7 January Medical Report; 14 January Medical Report. 7 26 November Medical Report, p. 2. (...) IT-04-75-T 22 January 2015 NOTING that the Defence submits that the Prosecution has failed to show that the RMO and the Medical Officer (“MO”), who have relied on “an expert team of specialists in offering very detailed descriptions of […] Had`i}’s current condition, his treatment plan, and [REDACTED]”, have not properly assessed and reported Had`i}’s ability to attend trial;12 NOTING the Deputy Registrar’s request not to appoint Had`i}’s treating [REDACTED], who is part of the team that has provided the current prognosis, as an expert under Rule 74 bis of the Tribunal’s Rules of Procedure and Evidence (“Rules”) in order to maintain clarity, and in accordance with common practice that such experts be independent from the treating team;13 NOTING that according to the Deputy Registrar, the MO advises that any additional medical examination be deferred at least until the end of January, [REDACTED];14 NOTING that, in the Reply, the Prosecution submits that it is not seeking to supplement or usurp the RMO’s role in providing the Trial Chamber with regular reports on the state of Had`i}’s health and the progress of the Treatment Plan; rather, it is seeking the appointment of two experts to address the discrete issues enumerated in the Motion before the beginning of February;15 NOTING that, in response to the Deputy Registrar’s concern regarding the appointment of Had`i}’s treating [REDACTED], the Prosecution amends its request to that of two independent non-treating experts;16 NOTING that the Prosecution agrees with deferring any medical examinations to be carried out by the independent experts until the end of January, but suggests that, to facilitate the submission of reports by the beginning of February, the independent experts can be appointed and can familiarise themselves with Had`i}’s medical records before that time;17 CONSIDERING that, pursuant to Article 20(1) of the Statute of the Tribunal, “Trial Chambers shall ensure that a trial is fair and expeditious and that proceedings are conducted in accordance with the rules of procedure and evidence, with full respect for the rights of the accused and due regard for the protection of victims and witnesses;” 12 Response, para. 9. 13 Deputy Registrar’s Submission, para. 5. 14 Deputy Registrar’s Submission, para. 4. 15 Reply, para. 10. 16 Reply, para. 11. 17 Reply, para. 11. 20235 4 Case No. (...) INSTRUCTS the Registry to make available to the Experts, without undue delay, Had`i}’s medical records as necessary to prepare the written report; D.
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Score: 896339.7 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/hadzic/tdec/en/150122.pdf
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GORAN HADŽIĆ PUBLIC DECISION ON REQUEST FOR RECLASSIFICATION OF EXPERT MEDICAL REPORTS The Office of the Prosecutor: Mr. (...) IT-04-75-T 9 April 2015 TRIAL CHAMBER II of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the former Yugoslavia since 1991 (“Chamber” and “Tribunal”, respectively); BEING SEISED OF the “Request for Reclassification of Expert Medical Reports”, filed confidentially on 23 March 2015 (“Motion”) in which the Defence requests that the expert medical reports filed by the Deputy Registrar on 13 February 20151 be reclassified as public because the experts have testified publicly and the only basis for maintaining confidentially is Hadžić’s privacy interest, which he now waives; NOTING the “Deputy Registrar’s Submission in Relation to the Request for Reclassification of Expert Medical Reports”, filed confidentially on 26 March 2015 (“Registry Submission”), in which the Deputy Registrar does not oppose the request for reclassification, provided that certain redactions are made;2 NOTING the “Urgent Request for Expedited Determination of ‘Request for Reclassification of Expert Medical Reports’”, filed confidentially on 7 April 2015 in which the Defence does not object to the Deputy Registrar’s requested redactions; NOTING that the Prosecution did not file a response; CONSIDERING that proceedings before the Tribunal shall be public unless there are exceptional reasons for keeping them confidential;3 CONSIDERING that the experts have testified publicly;4 FINDS that there are no exceptional reasons for keeping the expert medical reports confidential; PURSUANT to Rules 54 and 78 of the Rules hereby: GRANTS the Motion; and 1 Deputy Registrar’s Submission of Reports of Medical Experts (confidential), 13 February 2015. 2 Registry Submission, confidential Annex. 3 Rule 78 of the Tribunal’s Rules of Procedure and Evidence (“Rules”); Prosecutor v. (...) IT-04-75-T 9 April 2015 INSTRUCTS the Registry to file a public redacted version of the “Deputy Registrar’s Submission of Reports of Medical Experts”, 13 February 2015, as annexed to the Registry Submission.
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Score: 894533.4 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/hadzic/tdec/en/150409.pdf
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IT-04-75-T 16 January 2015 NOTING that Had`i} has been diagnosed with a glioblastoma multiforme brain tumour and that the RMO states that “[w]hilst each case is individual, the prognosis for this type of tumour is poor, with a median survival rate of 12 months”;4 NOTING that Had`i} has begun a 16 week treatment plan (“Treatment Plan”) comprised of: (i) six weeks of daily radiotherapy and chemotherapy treatments which will continue until the end of January (“Combined Therapy”); (ii) four weeks of recuperation in February; and (iii) six weeks of chemotherapy;5 NOTING that Had`i}’s Combined Therapy began the week of 15 December 2014 and that he has been following his treatment as planned;6 NOTING that the RMO states that Had`i} “will be unable to attend the Court at least until the beginning of February 2015” at which point “his ability to attend the Court and to participate in the trial” will be reassessed;7 NOTING that, in the Motion, the Prosecution requests that the Trial Chamber order the Registry to appoint two experts, Had`i}’s treating neurosurgeon and an independent expert, to examine the Accused and to provide detailed medical reports;8 NOTING that the Prosecution submits that expert medical evaluations of Had`i}’s health condition and ability to be present are necessary in order for the Trial Chamber and the parties to assess to what extent and under what conditions trial proceedings may continue;9 NOTING that the Prosecution submits that in the reports the experts should address: (a) Had`i}’s current health condition; (b) Had`i}’s ability to attend full-time trial proceedings in the near or medium-term future, considering the nature and frequency of his treatment plan; (c) Had`i}’s ability to attend trial in the near or medium-term future, on the basis of a modified trial schedule, considering the nature and frequency of his treatment plan; (d) whether Had`i}’s health condition and wish to be present at trial may be accommodated by other means, in particular through the use 4 26 November Medical Report, p. 1. 5 26 November Medical Report, p. 1. 6 17 December Medical Report; 7 January Medical Report; 14 January Medical Report. 7 26 November Medical Report, p. 2. (...) IT-04-75-T 16 January 2015 of a video-conference link, with the means to immediately communicate with Counsel, set up in the UNDU; and (e) other matters deemed appropriate by the Trial Chamber;10 NOTING that the Defence submits that no additional examinations are warranted or justified as the RMO already performs the role that the Prosecution seeks to have performed by outside experts;11 NOTING that the Defence submits that the Prosecution has failed to show that the RMO and the Medical Officer (“MO”), who have relied on “an expert team of specialists in offering very detailed descriptions of […] Had`i}’s current condition, his treatment plan, and his life expectancy”, have not properly assessed and reported Had`i}’s ability to attend trial;12 NOTING the Deputy Registrar’s request not to appoint Had`i}’s treating neurosurgeon, who is part of the team that has provided the current prognosis, as an expert under Rule 74 bis of the Tribunal’s Rules of Procedure and Evidence (“Rules”) in order to maintain clarity, and in accordance with common practice that such experts be independent from the treating team;13 NOTING that according to the Deputy Registrar, the MO advises that any additional medical examination be deferred at least until the end of January, when Had`i}’s Combined Therapy is expected to end;14 NOTING that, in the Reply, the Prosecution submits that it is not seeking to supplement or usurp the RMO’s role in providing the Trial Chamber with regular reports on the state of Had`i}’s health and the progress of the Treatment Plan; rather, it is seeking the appointment of two experts to address the discrete issues enumerated in the Motion before the beginning of February;15 NOTING that, in response to the Deputy Registrar’s concern regarding the appointment of Had`i}’s treating neurosurgeon, the Prosecution amends its request to that of two independent non- treating experts;16 NOTING that the Prosecution agrees with deferring any medical examinations to be carried out by the independent experts until the end of January, but suggests that, to facilitate the submission of 10 Motion, para. 13. 11 Response, paras 1, 8. 12 Response, para. 9. 13 Deputy Registrar’s Submission, para. 5. 14 Deputy Registrar’s Submission, para. 4. 15 Reply, para. 10. 16 Reply, para. 11. 20197 Made Public pursuant to Trial Chamber's Order on 13 March 2015, RPN D30023-D29975 4 Case No. (...) INSTRUCTS the Registry to make available to the Experts, without undue delay, Had`i}’s medical records as necessary to prepare the written report; D.
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Score: 892756.25 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/hadzic/tdec/en/150116.pdf
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Jelena Lopicic for the accused Zoran Vukovic   This Trial Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, NOTING the confidential Defence Motion for Medical Examination of the Accused Zoran Vukovic of 21 September 2000 ("Motion"), in which the Defence requests that the accused Zoran Vukovic be medically examined in order to establish that he suffered an injury to his testicles on 15 June 1992, namely a "contusion with big hematoms" (p 2 of the Motion), on the basis that such an injury would leave marks that would still be visible for a medical expert even after eight years, and that Dr. (...) The Registrar is requested to make all necessary arrangements for the said medical examination by the experts mentioned under 4. and 5., and to appoint an additional expert in the field. The written reports of the three medical experts shall be filed on 11 October 2000 or earlier, if available.
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Score: 891450.1 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/k...arac/tord/en/00921EW213766.htm
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VOJISLAV ŠEŠELJ PUBLIC ORDER TO CONDUCT A FRESH EXPERT MEDICAL EVALUATION OF VOJISLAV [E[ELJ The Office of the Prosecutor Mr Mathias Marcussen The Accused Mr Vojislav Šešelj 4/49799 BISIT-03-67-T D4 - 1/49799 BIS 21 October 2010 AJ Case No. (...) IT-03-67-T 19 October 2010 2 CONSIDERING that the Chamber finds it therefore necessary to order a fresh expert medical evaluation, to be conducted by a panel of three internationally-renowned experts, including at least one who is specialized in cardiology and another who is a specialist in internal medicine, CONSIDERING that the Chamber is asking the panel of experts to answer the following questions in particular: 1. (...) What is the probable future course of the Accused’s state of health in the next 6 months, from his examination by the expert panel? CONSIDERING that the Chamber is requesting that the expert panel report be delivered within two months of the publication of this Order, 33 (B) Regarding the Order to Conduct Expert Medical Evaluation”, confidential and ex parte document, 30 September 2010. 2/49799 BIS Case No.
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Score: 887775.2 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/seselj/tord/en/101019.pdf
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The experts said the denial of medical treatment for human rights activist Arash Sadeghi, reportedly diagnosed with bone cancer, was particularly alarming. (...) “These no longer appear to be isolated incidents, but a consistent pattern” the UN experts continued, pointing to their grave concern for Ahmadreza Djalali, a Swedish-Iranian dual national medical doctor, sentenced to death on corruption charges for allegedly spying in Iran. (...) Iran: women hunger strikers entitled to medical care, UN rights experts urge 16 January 2019 Human Rights A group of six independent United Nations rights experts called on Iran Wednesday to urgently provide Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and Narges Mohammadi access to appropriate health care, and reiterated calls for their immediate release, as they continue a hunger strike in protest.
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Score: 885635.5 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2019/07/1042141
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3 Transcript Status Conference 3 November 2003, p. 189. 4 Order to instruct the Registrar to assign Medical Experts (hereinafter Order to Medical Experts), filed 18 November 2003. 3 Case No.: IT-01-42/2-I 12 April 2006 6. (...) On 17 December 2003, the Chamber's Medical Experts finalised their report on the mental state of the Accused ("the Chamber's Medical Experts First Report"). 8. (...) Following the Chamber's Medical Experts Second and Third Report, the Defence filed a Medical Report!
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Score: 881741.9 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/k...ic_vladimir/tdec/en/060412.pdf
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On 8 March 2013, "[t]he Deputy Registrar's Submission Concerning Independent Medical Expert Report" ("Medical Report") was filed confidentially. (...) The underlying medical information provided to the Expert Witness was also admitted into evidence as D 1 (KrstiC's Medical File) (under seal), D3 (Report of Dr. (...) D1 (Krstic's Medical File) (under seal), p. 14; see also D5 (Expert Report) (under seal), p. 5.
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Score: 881435.1 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/c...c/tjug/en/130718_judgement.pdf
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