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Courts: Cantonal Court in Tuzla

18 March 2015

Witness Describes Detainment and Abuse by Muradif Salkic

Testifying at the trial of Muradif Salkic, prosecution witness Nedeljko Stankovic said Salkic stabbed his thigh with a knife while he was held in detention in Kozlovac, Tuzla.

26 February 2015

Muradif Salkic Trial Begins

The Muradif Salkic trial began today at the cantonal court of Tuzla.

5 September 2014

Indictment for Beating People and Pillaging Property Confirmed

The Cantonal Court in Tuzla confirms an indictment against Nijaz Talovic and Enes Tursunovic for crimes against the civilian population in Zivinice in September 1992.
2 September 2014

Nedzad Kahrimanovic Indicted

The Cantonal Court in Tuzla confirms an indictment against Nedzad Kahrimanovic for crimes against civilians in the Celic area in 1992.

22 May 2014

Short Sentence or Conviction of an Innocent Man

The Federal Prosecution requests the third instance Chamber of the Supreme Court of the Federation of BiH to sentence Ivan Koler to a longer imprisonment sentence, while the Defence calls for a verdict of release, claiming that “an absolutely innocent man” was sentenced.
14 May 2014

Appeals against Srebrenik Crimes Verdict

Appealing against a verdict for crimes in Srebrenik the Federal Prosecution requests the Court to sentence Hamed Salihovic and Azem Ahmic to more than one year in prison and confirm the four-year sentence against Nedzad Oric, while the Defence teams request the Court to quash the verdict. 
8 April 2014

Trle Acquitted of Charges again

The Tuzla Cantonal Court acquits Hajrudin Trle of the charges for war crimes in Kalesija municipality in April 1993.

7 March 2014

Witness Suffering from PTSD

Testifying before the District Court in Bijeljina at the trial for crimes committed in detention camps in Ugljevik, a court expert in medical issues says that Stjepan Mrkic cannot be invited to testify, because he suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder, PTSD.
5 March 2014

Four Bosnian Serbs Convicted of Smoluca Prisoner Abuse

Four former Bosnian Serb Army soldiers were sentenced to a total of 18-and-a-half years in prison for abusing prisoners of war in the village of Smoluca near Tuzla in 1992.
26 February 2014

Smoluca Crimes Verdict Next Month

After the Defence teams of four defendants for crimes against prisoners of war in Smoluca (municipality of Lukavac) asked for a not guilty verdict in their closing arguments, the Cantonal court in Tuzla scheduled the verdict for March 5 this year.
16 December 2013

Prisoners Beaten with Wooden Bats

Testifying at the trial for crimes in the Lukavac area before the Cantonal Court in Tuzla, State Prosecution witness Nadil Poljakovic says that indictee Vaso Ilic used to bring masked soldiers who hit him and other prisoners with wooden bats.

16 December 2013

Indictee Saved his Life

As the trial of Jasmin Sehagic for crimes in Kakanj continues, a Defence witness says that the indictee saved his life and that he has not heard from anyone that he was responsible for the mistreatment and abuse of detainees. 

26 November 2013

Trial Postponed Due to Indictee’s Obligations at The Hague

The continuation of the trial for mistreatment of prisoners of war, former members of the Territorial Defence, in Smoluca, Lukavac municipality, before the Cantonal Court in Tuzla has been postponed due to absence of one of the indictees.

7 October 2013

Different Testimonies on Smoluca

As the trial for crimes committed in Smoluca, Lukavac municipality, continues before the Cantonal Court in Tuzla, three witnesses, who previously gave different statements concerning mistreatment of members of the Territorial Defence, face each other.
23 May 2013

Hajrudin Trle Acquitted of Charges for War Crimes

The Trial Chamber of the Cantonal Court in Tuzla pronounces a verdict of release against Hajrudin Trle, who was charged with war crimes in Banj Brdo, Kalesija municipality.