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8 April 2015

Three Former Bosnian Serb Soldiers Found Guilty of Civilian Beating

A second instance verdict of the Supreme Court of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina sentenced Nedzad Oric, Hamed Salihovic and Azem Ahmic to one year and eight months of prison, respectively, for crimes they committed in Srebrenik in July 1995.

8 July 2014

Srebrenik Crimes Verdict Quashed

The Bosnian federation entity Supreme Court quashed a verdict under which Nedzad Oric was sentenced to four, and Hamed Salihovic and Azem Ahmic to one year in prison respectively for crimes in Srebrenik.

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. 
5 November 2013

Verdict against Salihovic, Oric and Ahmic Quashed

The Supreme Court of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina quashes a verdict under which Hamed Salihovic, Nedzad Oric and Azem Ahmic were sentenced for crimes in Srebrenik, and orders a retrial.

15 May 2013

War Crime or Beating under a Statute of Limitations

During an appeals session held before the Supreme Court of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, FBiH, in the case against three indictees charged with crimes in Srebrenik, the Prosecution calls for a longer sentence, while the Defence teams propose a verdict of acquittal or new trial.

11 January 2013

Local Justice – Tuzla: Two Indictments for War Crimes

Over the course of the past year the Prosecution of Tuzla Canton filed two indictments for war crimes committed in Smoluca village and Kalesija municipality.
19 September 2012

Local Justice – Tuzla: A Total of Five Years

The Cantonal Court in Tuzla sentences Nedzad Oric to three and Hamed Salihovic and Azem Ahmic to one year in prison each for crimes against the civilian population in Srebrenik.
28 August 2012

Local Justice – Tuzla: Presentation of Closing Statements Postponed

The continuation of the trial of Hamed Salihovic, Nedzad Oric and Azem Ahmic before the Cantonal Court in Tuzla has been postponed as per a request by one of the Defence attorneys. The presentation of closing statements has been scheduled for September 12.
10 July 2012

Local Justice - Tuzla: Undefined Motive

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Srebrenik, a court expert in psychiatry says that indictee Nedzad Oric had a reduced capability of judging his behaviour, when the crime was committed in July 1995.
30 March 2012

Local Justice - Tuzla: Apprehension of Indictee Requested

As indictee Nedzad Oric fails to appear at the trial, the Chairwoman of the Trial Chamber with the Tuzla Cantonal Court gives an order to court police to apprehend him to the next hearing.
30 January 2012

Local Justice – Salihovic et al: Continuation of Trial Postponed

The continuation of the trial for war crimes in Srebrenika before the Tuzla Cantonal Court has been postponed until February 27 due to the illness of indictee Nedzad Oric.