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People: Residovic Edina
10 July 2015

Miletic Defense Wants Case Transferred to Municipal Court

Azra Miletic’s defense has asked for her case to be transferred to a municipal level court, due to fears that state court judges she used to work with might be biased in her trial.
29 June 2015

Prosecution Calls for Continued Prohibitive Measures Against Miletic, Sabic and Brkic

The Bosnian state prosecution has called upon the state court to extend prohibitive measures against state court judge Azra Miletic, Senad Sabic and Ramo Brkic, who’ve been accused of offering and accepting bribes.

8 June 2015

Verdict for Trusina Crimes in July

The Bosnian state court will hand down a verdict in the trial of Mensur Memic, Dzevad Salcin, Senad Hakalovic, Nedzad Hodzic and Nihad Bojadzic on July 13. The defendants have been charged with committing war crimes in the village of Trusina, near Konjic, on July 13, 1993.

11 May 2015

Nihad Bojadzic Defense Continues Closing Statement

Edina Residovic, the defense attorney of Nihad Bojadzic continued presenting her closing statement as the trial against Bojadzic and four other former Bosniak fighters comes to a close.

3 March 2015

Former General Sefer Halilovic Testifies in Vintila’s Defense

Testifying at the trial of Iulian-Nicolae Vintila and Ramiz Avdovic, former Bosnian Army General Sefer Halilovic said he hadn’t heard that crimes were committed at the Viktor Bubanj army barracks.
4 December 2014

Verdict of Conviction against Edin Dzeko Appealed

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, and Defence present their appeals, before the Appellate Chamber of the Court of BiH, against a first instance verdict, under which Edin Dzeko was sentenced to 12 years in prison for crimes in Trusina village, Konjic municipality.
27 November 2014

Presentation of Evidence at “Silos” Trial Begins

At the trial for crimes committed in Hadzici municipality the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, presents and includes, in the case file, 92 pieces of material evidence, most of which refer, as the Prosecution says, to the indictees’ status at the time of commission of the crimes. 
6 May 2014

Trusina Murder Evidence Against Bosniak Soldier ‘Unreliable’

The defence for former Bosnian Army soldier Edin Dzeko, charged with executing six Croats in 1993, said that witnesses who accused him of the killings were lying to avoid prosecution.
4 April 2014

True or False Accusations of Edin Dzeko

During their presentation of evidence, which lasted about seven months, the Defence presented evidence which deny Dzeko’s guilt and thus challenged the witness testimonies of the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina who were accusing Dzeko.

18 February 2014

Examination of State Prosecution’s Witnesses Rejected

The Trial Chamber sitting in the case against Edin Dzeko rejects a proposal for examination of State Prosecution’s witnesses, whose testimonies were supposed to be used for denying Defence’s evidence.

11 February 2014

Dzeko’s Defence Completes Presentation of Evidence

The Defence of indictee Edin Dzeko, former member of the “Zulfikar” Special Squad of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, ABiH, completes the presentation of evidence by including the last documents in the case file.

12 December 2013

Detention Worse than Hell

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Jablanica, a State Prosecution witness says that he will remember indictee Nihad Bojadzic for his “brutal, cruel and inhumane treatment of civilians and prisoners of war”.

12 November 2013

Witnesses about Credibility of Rasema Handanovic

At the trial of Edin Dzeko, the Defence placed 50 pieces of material evidence, some of which were in regard to the credibility of Rasema Handanovic(also known as Zolja), convicted of crimes in Trusina, near Konjic.
7 November 2013

Raped under Threat of Murder

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Jablanica, a protected State Prosecution witness says that she was raped twice in the Rogica houses complex in July 1993.

28 October 2013

Court Expert without Final Conclusion

Testifying at the trial of six former members of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, ABiH, court expert Asim Dzambasovic says that he has not been able to determine for sure which unit was responsible for civilians and prisoners in Trusina village, near Konjic.