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Rule 33: Functions of the Registrar

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This chapter talks about Rule 33 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the statute of the Special Court of Sierra Leone (SCSL). The rule discusses the functions of the registrar, as amended on 29 May 2004. It discusses several cases and their trial chambers decisions. The first case, dated 6 May 2004, is of Prosecutor v. Brima for the decision on applicant's motion against denial by the acting principal defender to enter a legal service contract for the assignment of counsel. The second case, dated 18 October 2005, is of Prosecutor v. Brima, Kamara, Kanu, for the decision on defence submission providing evidentiary proof of registry's repeated dissemination of confidential documents to the Press and Public Affairs Office. The chapter also talks about the appeals chamber decisions.

Keywords: appeals chamber; Kamara; Kanu; Prosecutor v. Brima; Special Court of Sierra Leone (SCSL); trial chambers



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