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30 October 2015

Prosecution Calls for Longer Sentence in Macic Case

The state prosecution called upon the appeals chamber of the Bosnian state court to increase the sentence against Ibro Macic. Macic’s defense requested that the court either renew the trial or hand down an acquittal.

19 October 2015

Soldo Seeks Plea Bargaining in Konjic Rape Case

Radivoje Soldo, charged with rape in the Konjic area, submitted a proposal for plea bargaining with the Bosnian state prosecution.
12 May 2015

INVESTIGATION: Bosnian Judiciary Criticised for Employing Relatives

In at least 12 cases, Bosnian state court and prosecution employees are related to each other – a situation which could create conflicts of interest, experts say.

23 April 2015

Witness Describes Arrest and Detention of Husband at Maric Trial

Testifying at the Nikola Maric trial, a state prosecution witness said Maric was present when her husband was taken to a detention camp. Maric has been charged with war crimes in Prozor.

24 February 2015

Verdict Expected in Jukic Case on March 3

Following the presentation of closing statements, the appellate chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina is expected to pronounce a verdict in the Zeljko Jukic case on March 3.

30 January 2015

Indictee's Photographs

As the trial of Ibro Macic, who is charged with crimes against detainees in Konjic, continues, the Defence presents and includes, in the case file, two photographs, showing how the indictee looked like in 1992 and 1993.

7 November 2014

"I Might Have Slapped Someone"

Ibro Macic, who is on trial for crimes in Konjic, testified in his own defence and told the court that he might have slapped a prisoner in the school Musala, but that he didn’t commit the crimes for which he is accused.
29 September 2014

Quashing of Thirteen-Year Sentence Requested

The Prosecution and Defence request the Court to quash a verdict under which Zeljko Jukic was sentenced to 13 years in prison for crimes against humanity committed in Prozor in 1993. 

8 April 2014

Maric’s Trial Begins Next Week

The trial of Nikola Maric, who is charged with crimes against humanity committed against Bosniaks in Prozor, is due to begin on April 16 with reading of the indictment and presentation of State Prosecution’s introductory statement.
25 February 2014

Custody Extension for Maric Requested

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina requests an extension of custody for Nikola Maric, who is charged with crimes in Prozor, due to a danger that he might flee and influence witnesses and accomplices. The Defence objects to the motion.
6 February 2014

True or False Accusations against Brkan

Presenting its appeal against a verdict of release against Osman Brkan, the Prosecution says that the Trial Chamber was wrong when it decided not to believe a witness, who accused him of participation in the murder of four old women in Blace, near Konjic, on June 13, 1992. The Defence requests the Court to confirm the first instance verdict.

20 December 2013

Abuses in Musala


Testifying at the trial for crimes in Konjic, a protected State Prosecution witness says that indictee Ibro Macic forced him to have sexual intercourse with other detainees in “Musala” hall and that he physically mistreated him on several occasions.

12 December 2013

Jail Urged for Atrocities in Bosnia’s Prozor

The Bosnian prosecution demanded that former Bosnian Croat fighter Zeljko Jukic be given the maximum sentence for involvement in the murders, beatings and expulsions of Bosniak civilians in Prozor.

29 November 2013

Verdict against Brkan Due December 6

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina calls on the State Court to sentence Osman Brkan for the murder of four old women in Blace village, Konjic municipality, while the Defence says that a verdict of release would be the only fair decision.

28 November 2013

Custody Extension for Nikola Maric Requested

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina requests a three-month extension of custody for Nikola Maric, who is suspected of crimes in Prozor, so that new pieces of evidence can be collected.