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10 February 2016

Prosecution Refuses to Change Legal Classification in Karajic Case

Although the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina repealed the verdict in the Suljo Karajic case due to the incorrect application of law, the state prosecution is sticking to its previous legal classification of his crimes. Karajic was sentenced to 18 years in prison for crimes committed in Krajina.

19 November 2013

About Twenty More BiH Court Verdicts under Question

Defence attorneys of convicts sentenced for genocide and war crimes before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina announce that proceedings will be renewed in many more cases due to the wrong application of the Criminal Code.

18 November 2011

Karajic: Pronouncement of Verdict Postponed

The pronouncement of a verdict at the retrial of Suljo Karajic, who is charged with crimes in Bihac, has been postponed until November 28 this year.
10 May 2011

Karajic: Retrial Begins

The retrial of Suljo Karajic, who is charged with crimes committed in the Bihac area, began today before the Appellate Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina with the presentation of statements given by witnesses at the first instance trial.
26 April 2011

Karajic: Retrial Due to Begin on May 10

The retrial of Suljo Karajic, who is charged with crimes committed in Bihac, is due to begin on May 10 before the Appellate Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
13 April 2010

Suljo Karajic Sentenced to 18 Years in Prison

The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina finds Suljo Karajic guilty of crimes against prisoners-of-war and civilians committed in the Bihac District and sentences him to a unified sentence of 18 years' imprisonment.D W
13 January 2010

Karajic: Admissions of Guilt by “Volunteer and Freewheeling Soldier”

The trial of Suljo Karajic, which has lasted for more than 20 months, is due to be completed with the presentation of closing arguments by the State Prosecution and Defence beginning on January 14, 2010.

10 September 2009

Karajic: Admiration for a Good Soldier

A former member of the Bosnian Army testifies for Suljo Karajic's Defence and speaks about the crimes the indictee allegedly committed during the course of the war, saying that he admired and respected him.  
27 August 2009

Karajic: Not Suljo's Men

Three Defence witnesses cannot say anything about the role of Suljo Karajic in the crimes committed in Krajina during 1994 and 1995.
20 August 2009

Karajic: Nothing But Good Things Said About Indictee

Defence witnesses speak about the participation of Suljo Karajic in events that took place in the Krajina area.
11 June 2009

Karajic: Indictee's Status

Two Defence witnesses say which Bosnian Army unit the indictee belonged to during the period when the crimes were committed.
28 May 2009

Karajic: Limited Sanity

An expert psychiatric witness claims that the indictee was in a state of extreme volatility and limited sanity state when he killed Amir Karajic.
12 March 2009

Karajic: Other side of the law

On the third day of his testimony the indictee admits another count, which brings his direct examination to an end.
18 December 2008

Karajic: Trustworthy soldier

Suljo Karajic's Defence examined first two witnesses, two former members of the 5th Corps of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, talking about the conflict with the Peoples' Defence, the army of the Autonomous region of West Bosnia.
26 November 2008

Karajic: Grave Crimes in Bosnian Krajina

Prosecution completes presenting evidence against Suljo Karajic, former member of the Bosnian Army charged with multiple crimes in northwest Bosnia.