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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.

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.

6 March 2014

Witness Gives up Previous Statements

Defence witness Zaim Causevic says before the District Court in Banja Luka that his statements given during the investigation, in which he spoke about the indictees’ participation in crimes, are incorrect.

12 February 2014

Bosniak Soldiers’ Retrial For Serb Prisoner Abuse Opens

Former soldiers Mehura Selimovic, Adil Ruznic and Emir Mustafic are accused of physically and mentally abusing Serb detainees in Bosnia’s northern Krajina region from 1994 to 1996.
12 December 2013

War Criminals become Citizens without Previous Convictions

Although they were sentenced for the  gravest of crimes, including war crimes, the law allows convicts to become citizens with no previous convictions after they have served their imprisonment sentences.

17 August 2011

Selimovic et al: Investigation into War Crimes

At the trial of three indictees, who are charged with crimes in Bosnian Krajina, the Defence of Mehura Selimovic presents a few pieces of material evidence, trying to prove that the Military Security Service of the Fifth Corps with the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, ABiH, examined prisoners of war in order to investigate war crimes by members of the Republika Srpska Army, VRS.

18 August 2010

Selimovic et al: Witness Identifies Accused

A witness at the trial for crimes committed in Bihac, Cazin and Bosanski Petrovac said he was questioned by indictee Mehura Selimovic “at least four times”.
19 May 2010

Hodzic: Acquittal Appealed

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina calls on the Court to revoke the first instance verdict acquitting Ferid Hodzic of crimes committed in Vlasenica, and order a retrial, while the Defence says the indictee's responsibility for capturing and detaining civilians and prisoners-of-war has not been proved.
22 September 2008

Hodzic: Trial postponed until further notice

Following the testimony of a court expert, the Trial Chamber decides to postpone the main trial against Ferid Hodzic until further notice.

28 August 2008

Hodzic: Certain problems

The Trial Chamber orders an urgent medical examination of the indictee in order to determine whether he can follow the trial.
18 August 2008

Hodzic: Incapable of following the trial

A team of medical doctors considers Ferid Hodzic incapable of following the trial.
14 July 2008

Hodzic: Trial postponed

Due to the indictee's bad health it is still not know when the trial for Rovasi hamlet crimes will continue.
22 May 2008

Opposing Memories of Stala Camp in Eastern Bosnia

Prosecution witnesses in the trial of Ferid Hodzic mainly testified in his favour, denying he committed any crimes in the camp near Vlasenica.
28 April 2008

Hodzic: Suicide in Rovasi

Two former guards in the prison in Rovasi describe how they found a prisoner who had committed suicide.