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30 June 2014

Verdict against Goran Saric Quashed

The Appellate Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, quashes a first instance verdict under which Goran Saric was sentenced to 14 years in prison for crimes in Nahorevo neighbourhood, Sarajevo.

27 May 2014

Short Sentence or Wrong Conclusions

The Prosecution and Defence presented the Appellate Chamber of the Court of BiH with their appeals against a verdict pronounced in August 2013, under which Saric was sentenced to 14 years in prison for crimes in Nahorevo neighbourhood, Sarajevo. 

20 March 2014

Freed Indictees Seek Higher Damages for Custody

Acquitted war crime indictees are not satisfied with the amounts they are being offered for the time they spent behind bars.
24 June 2013

Sarajevo Police Chief Awaits War Crimes Verdict

Former Serb police officer Goran Saric said he was innocent of war crimes in the Sarajevo settlement of Nahorevo in 1992 as the court announced it would deliver its verdict in August.
16 May 2013

Days Spent in Custody Replaced with More Than 380,000 Convertible Marks

The state must pay more than 380,000 Marks (190,000 Euros) to former war crimes indictees as compensation for the time they spent in custody before being acquitted by the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina. However many of the former indictees are still unhappy.

8 September 2009

Kravica: Seven Appeals

The Prosecution and the Defence of the indictees charged with genocide committed in Srebrenica call on the Court to overturn the first-instance verdict and order a retrial.
14 July 2008

Kravica: A fair decision expected

Two Defence teams present their closing arguments at the first trial for the Srebrenica genocide, calling for a verdict of release for the former policemen.
28 May 2008

Kravica: Unlawful procedural position

The Defence teams for 11 indictees accused of genocide in Kravica did not want to cross-examine Petar Mitrovic and Miladin Stevanovic.
27 June 2007

Kravica: Defence Wants 100 Witnesses

Lawyers representing 11 indictees charged with genocide have presented their proposed evidence plan.
10 January 2007

Kravica judge "will not allow obstruction"

The trial of 11 indictees charged with genocide committed in Kravica has not continued as planned because the accused did not appear in court.
16 November 2006

Kravica: Prosecution asks to include ICTY verdicts

Judgements handed down by the Hague tribunal may be adopted as evidence in genocide trial.
27 October 2006

Kravica: Defence criticises prosecution evidence

The defence teams representing 11 accused of genocide have expressed dissatisfaction during presentation of the prosecution's evidence.
10 March 2006

Srebrenica trial set for may

Defence win bid to have proceedings delayed, amid indications that at least one defendant’s case could rest on proving his insanity.