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Decision to Vacate an Order for Non-Disclosure IN THE TRIAL CHAMBER Before: Judge David Anthony Hunt Registrar: Mr Hans Holthuis Judgement of: 19 January 2001 THE PROSECUTOR v. ZEJLKO RAZNJATOVIC (ALSO KNOWN AS "ARKAN") ______________________________________________________________ DECISION TO VACATE AN ORDER FOR NON-DISCLOSURE ______________________________________________________________ The Office of the Prosecutor : Ms Brenda Hollis   I, David Anthony Hunt, a judge of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: CONSIDERING the indictment against Zeljko RAZNJATOVIC ("the accused") confirmed by Judge Shahabuddeen on 30 September 1997 ("the indictment"), and the order of Judge Shahabuddeen of the same date which ordered the non-disclosure of the indictment; CONSIDERING the Decision of Judge May dated 31 March 1999, which vacated in part the order for non-disclosure of the indictment and allowed the transmission to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia of a copy of the arrest warrant and order for surrender of the accused, and allowed public disclosure of the fact that the accused is indicted before the International Tribunal; AND CONSIDERING the Prosecution Motion to "Vacate Order of Non-Disclosure, dated 19 January 2001 and the Further Particulars Regarding Motion to Vacate Order on Non-Disclosure, of the same date; BEING SATISFIED THAT existing circumstances no longer weigh in favour of non-disclosure of the indictment to the public, and that the interests of justice now weigh in favour of disclosure of the indictment to the public; PURSUANT TO Rules 52 and 54 ORDER   that the non-disclosure order of 30 September 1997 be vacated and that the indictment in case number IT-97-27-I, Prosecutor v.
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Score: 1135555.7 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/z...ovic/tdec/en/10119NDF15214.htm
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Order Vacating non-disclosure Order Case No.: IT-98-29-I BEFORE A JUDGE OF THE TRIBUNAL Before: Judge Rafael Nieto-Navia Registrar: Mr. (...) STANISLAV GALIC DRAGOMIR MILOSEVIC _______________________________________________________ ORDER VACATING NON-DISCLOSURE ORDER _______________________________________________________ Counsel for the Prosecutor: Mr. Graham Blewitt, Deputy Prosecutor   I, Rafael Nieto-Navia, Judge 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; BEING SEISED of an "Application to Vacate in Full the Order for Non-Disclosure Entered 24 April 1998", filed by the Prosecutor on 2 November 2001, in my capacity as duty Judge pursuant to Rule 28(B) of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence ("the Rules"); CONSIDERING the "Order for Non-Disclosure", filed on 24 April 1998, ("the Order for Non-Disclosure"), the " Ex Parte and Confidential Order on Prosecution Motion", filed on 15 March 1999, and the "Decision on Application to Vacate in Part an Order for Non-Disclosure", on 17 March 1999; PURSUANT TO Rules 53 and 54 of the Rules; HEREBY ORDERS that the Order for Non-Disclosure be vacated in full.  
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Score: 1122960.5 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/galic/tord/en/11102NDI16748.htm
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Decision to Vacate the Order for Non Disclosure Entered 8 June 2001 Case No. (...) Hans Holthuis Decision of: 24 July 2001 THE PROSECUTOR v RAHIM ADEMI _____________________________________________ DECISION TO VACATE THE ORDER FOR NON-DISCLOSURE ENTERED 8 JUNE 2001 _____________________________________________   I , Judge Fouad Riad, Judge 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 ("International Tribunal"); PURSUANT to Rules 53 and 54 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the Tribunal ("the Rules"); CONSIDERING the Review of the Indictment of 8 June 2001; CONSIDERING the Order on Review of the Indictment Pursuant to Article 19 of the Statute, which ordered the non-disclosure of the indictment IT-01-46-I; CONSIDERING the Motion of the Prosecutor to Vacate in full the Order for Non-Disclosure Entered on 8 June 2001 , filed on 24 July 2001 ("Motion of the Prosecutor"); CONSIDERING that a significant ground for the initial order of non-disclosure no longer exists for reasons provided in the Motion of the Prosecutor; HEREBY ORDER that the non-disclosure order of 8 June 2001 shall be vacated in full, effective on the date and time of arrival of the accused, Rahim ADEMI, on the territory of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.   _______________________________ Judge Fouad Riad Dated this twenty-fourth day of July 2001 At The Hague The Netherlands
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Score: 1101184.6 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/ademi/tdec/en/1072NDR16048.htm
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Decision to Vacate the Order for Non-Disclosure Entered 17/09/02 Case No.: IT-02-62-I BEFORE A JUDGE OF THE TRIBUNAL Before: Judge Liu Daqun Registrar: Mr. (...) JANKO BOBETKO ___________________________________________________________ DECISION TO VACATE THE ORDER FOR NON-DISCLOSURE ENTERED 17 SEPTEMBER 2002 ___________________________________________________________ To the Office of the Prosecutor: Carla del Ponte, Prosecutor I, Judge Liu Daqun, Judge 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 ("The Tribunal"); PURUSANT to Rules 53 and 54 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the Tribunal ("the Rules"); CONSIDERING the Review of the Indictment of Janko Bobetko; CONSIDERING the Decision on Review of the Indictment Pursuant to Article 19 of the Statute, by which the non-disclosure of the indictment and its supporting material was ordered, IT-02-62-I; CONSIDERING the Motion of the Prosecutor to Vacate in full the Order for Non-Disclosure Entered on 17 September 2002, filed on 20 September 2002 ("Motion of the Prosecutor"); CONSIDERING that the significant ground for the initial order for non-disclosure no longer exists for reasons provided in the Motion of the Prosecutor; HEREBY ORDER that the non-disclosure Order of 17 September 2002 shall be vacated in full, with immediate effect.  
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Score: 1097806.8 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/bobetko/tdec/en/24151219.htm
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Decision on Prosecution's Motion to Request a Vacating of Scheduling Decision of 9th of October Case No.: IT-96-23/2-PT IN TRIAL CHAMBER I Before: Judge Amin El Mahdi, Pre-trial Judge Registrar: Mr. (...) RADOVAN STANKOVIC ________________________________________________________________________ DECISION ON PROSECUTION’S MOTION TO REQUEST A VACATING OF SCHEDULING DECISION OF 9 TH OCTOBER ________________________________________________________________________ Counsel for the Prosecutor : Mr. (...) Milenko Radovic   I, Amin El Mahdi , Judge of Trial Chamber I 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 ("Trial Chamber"); HAVING BEEN APPOINTED Pre-Trial Judge in this case; BEING SEISED of the "Prosecution’s Motion to Request a Vacating of Scheduling Decision of 9 th October", filed by the Office of the Prosecutor ("Prosecutor") on 6 November 2003 ("Motion"); CONSIDERING that according to the Decision Granting the Prosecutor’s Motion for Extension of Time of 9 October 2003 ("Decision") the Prosecutor was required to file her Pre-trial Brief today; NOTING that the Prosecutor filed a motion for leave to amend the Second Amended Indictment ("Indictment") on 7 November 2003; HEREBY GRANTS the Motion and vacates the Decision.  
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Score: 1097806.8 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/stankovic/tdec/en/031110.htm
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Decision on Motion of Prosecutor to Vacate the Order for Non-Disclosure Entered 30 March 2005 Case No. (...) VINKO PANDUREVIC MILORAD TRBIC _______________________________________________ DECISION ON MOTION OF PROSECUTOR TO VACATE THE ORDER FOR NON-DISCLOSURE ENTERED 30 MARCH 2005 _______________________________________________ The Office of the Prosecutor: Mr Peter McCloskey The Accused : Vinko Pandurevic Milorad Trbic   TRIAL CHAMBER II ("Trial Chamber") 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 ("Tribunal"); BEING SEISED OF the "Motion of the Prosecutor to Vacate the Order for Non-Disclosure Entered 30 March 2005", filed confidentially and ex parte by the Prosecution on 7 April 2005 ("Motion"), whereby it seeks an "Order to vacate the 30 March 2005 Order pertaining to non-disclosure of the Indictment and arrest warrants; the Supporting Material to the Indictment would remain under seal"; NOTING the Indictment in the case The Prosecutor v.
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Score: 1094449.8 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/p...revic_trbic/tdec/en/050408.htm
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Decision Confirming Vacation of Prior Orders and Termination of Proceedings Case No.: IT-99-36-R77 IN THE TRIAL CHAMBER Before: Judge O-Gon Kwon, Presiding Judge Amin El Mahdi Judge Iain Bonomy Registrar: Mr. (...) RADOSLAV BRDJANIN CONCERNING ALLEGATIONS AGAINST MILKA MAGLOV _________________________________________________ DECISION CONFIRMING VACATION OF PRIOR ORDERS AND TERMINATION OF PROCEEDINGS __________________________________________________ Amicus Curiae Prosecutor: Ms. (...) Peter Murphy   THIS TRIAL CHAMBER 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, BEING SEISED of an oral motion by the amicus curiae prosecutor in this matter made at the pre-trial conference held on 13 December 2004 to vacate the Orders of Trial Chamber II issued on 15 April 2003 and 6 February 2004, which initiated proceedings against Milka Maglov for contempt of the International Tribunal, pursuant to Rule 77 (A)(ii) and (iv) of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the International Tribunal ("Rules") and to terminate those proceedings ("the Motion to Terminate"), NOTING that the Defence supports the Motion to Terminate, HAVING GRANTED the Motion to Terminate orally on 13 December 2004, PURSUANT TO Rule 77 of the Rules and by consent HEREBY CONFIRMS its oral Decision to grant the Motion to Terminate and terminate all proceedings related to the alleged contempt.  
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Score: 1058298 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/brdanin/tdec/en/041217.htm
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Order Vacating Date for Further Appearance Case No.: IT-02-58-PT BEFORE THE PRE-TRIAL JUDGE Before: Judge Iain Bonomy Registrar: Mr. (...) LJUBISA BEARA ____________________________________________________________________ ORDER VACATING DATE FOR FURTHER APPEARANCE ____________________________________________________________________ The Office of the Prosecutor Mr. (...) Ostojic, counsel for the Accused, stating that defence counsel is not able to appear at the scheduled hearing, PURSUANT TO Rules 50 and 65 ter of the Rules, HEREBY VACATE that portion of the Decision setting the date and time for the Accused’s further appearance until further order.  
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Score: 1058298 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/beara/tord/en/050401.htm
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Order Vacating the Order Designating Pre-trial Judge Case No.: IT-02-61-PT BEFORE THE TRIAL CHAMBER Before: Judge Liu Daqun, Presiding Judge Mohamed Amin El Abbassi Elmahdi Judge Alphonsus Martinus Maria Orie Registrar: Mr. (...) MIROSLAV DERONJIC ___________________________________________________________ ORDER VACATING THE ORDER DESIGNATING PRE-TRIAL JUDGE ___________________________________________________________ The Office of the Prosecutor: Mr. (...) Miroslav Deronjic to Trial Chamber II pursuant to Rule 62 of the Rules; HEREBY VACATE the Order Assigning Pre-Trial Judge of 10 July 2002.
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Score: 1050018.4 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/deronjic/tord/en/09142408.htm
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Decision confirming vacation of prior orders and termination of proceedings UNITED NATIONS if- 95- 00- 12. (...) RADOSLAV BRDANIN l7 December 2004 English CONCERNING ALLEGATIONS AGAINST MILKA MAGLOV DECISION CONFIRMING VACATION OF PRIOR ORDERS AND TERMINATION OF PROCEEDINGS Amicus Curiae Prosecutor: Ms. (...) Peter Murphy THIS TRIAL CHAMBER of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory ofthe Former Yugoslavia since 1991, BEING SEISED of an oral motion by the amicus curiae prosecutor in this matter made at the pre- trial conference held on 13 December 2004 to vacate the Orders of Trial Chamber II issued on 15 April 2003 and 6 February 2004, which initiated proceedings against Milka Maglov for contempt of the International Tribunal, pursuant to Rule 77 (A)(ii) and (iv) of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the International Tribunal ("Rules") and to terminate those proceedings ("the Motion to Terminate"), NOTING that the Defence supports the Motion to Terminate, HAVING GRANTED the Motion to Terminate orally on 13 December 2004, PURSUANT TO Rule 77 of the Rules and by consent HEREBY CONFIRMS its oral Decision to grant the Motion to Terminate and terminate all proceedings related to the alleged contempt.
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Score: 1045927 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/c...empt_maglov/tdec/en/041217.pdf
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