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10 April 2014

Bosnian Croat Sentenced for Dretelj Camp Abuse

The Appellate Chamber of the Bosnian State Court sentenced a former member of the Croatian Defence Council, HVO, Drazen Mikulic, to a year-and-a-half in prison for crimes against a Bosniak civilian held in the Dretelj camp, near Capljina, in 1993.
21 February 2014

Tomic Backs Down From Djukic’s Trial

The Defence of Novak Djukic, who was released from the prison sentence for the wrong application of criminal code, asked for the removal of the Trial chamber and the president of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is why the presentation of appeals were postponed.
18 December 2013

Bosnian Serb War Criminals’ Sentences Cut

The appeals court reduced the sentences of ex-fighters Mirko Pekez and Milorad Savic after their retrial for involvement in the killings of Bosniak villagers in 1992.
28 November 2013

Court to Decide on Custody for Pekeze's and Savic

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina files a custody order motion for Mirko (son of Spiro) Pekez, Mirko (son of Mile) Pekez and Milorad Savic, who were released from serving their sentence for war crimes, due to a danger that they might flee, influence their accomplices and disturb public order.

1 July 2013

Bosnian Court Rejects Koricanske Massacre Plea Bargain

The appeals court threw out a plea bargain that would have seen a former Bosnian Serb fighter serve 10 to 13 years in jail for killing around 200 civilians at Koricanske Stijene in 1992.
7 June 2013

Another Guilt Admission Agreement Possible

Sasa Zecevic, who was sentenced under a first instance verdict to 23 years’ imprisonment for committing murders at Koricanske stijene, is thinking about admitting guilt and concluding a guilt admission agreement with the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

7 June 2013

Knezevic Concludes an Agreement During Appellate Procedure

Radoslav Knezevic concludes a guilt admission agreement with the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the beginning of the appellate procedure.

7 May 2013

Bosnian Serb Ex-PM Acquitted of War Crimes

Post-war Bosnian Serb Prime Minister Gojko Klickovic was acquitted of ordering an attack on Bosanska Krupa and expelling Bosniak civilians during the conflict in 1992.
26 June 2012

Klickovic et al: Retrial Begins July 3

The retrial of Gojko Klickovic and Mladen Drljaca for crimes in Bosanska Krupa is due to begin on July 3 this year.
6 April 2010

Djukic: Truth Leading to Reconciliation

The State Prosecution and Defence present appeals before the Appellate Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, pertaining to the first instance verdict sentencing Novak Djukic to 25 years for the shelling of Tuzla in May 1995.
23 June 2009

Kapic: Trial Postponed Until Further Notice

The retrial of Suad Kapic has been postponed until further notice due to his poor state of health his Defence attorney says. 
5 May 2009

Pekez et al: 35 Years in Total

By a second-instance verdict Mirko (son of Spiro) Pekez and Milorad Savic were found guilty of crimes committed in Jajce Municipality.
12 March 2008

Tanaskovic: Appellate Chamber session postponed

As Nenad Tanaskovic's Defence attorney failed to appear the Appellate Chamber session has been postponed.
4 March 2008

Radmilo Vukovic: Court to present its evidence

Prior to the start of the retrial of Radmilo Vukovic, the Appellate Chamber has set the dates of the hearings and announced that the Court would present its evidence.
20 August 2007

Andrun Appeals Proceedings Begin

Parties set outgrounds for appealing verdict against Nikola Andrun, sentenced to 13 years forcrimes in the HVO-run Gabela detention camp.