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Rule 62: Procedure upon Guilty Plea

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This chapter talks about the rule 62 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the statute of the Special Court of Sierra Leone. It discusses a case and their trial chambers decisions. The case is Prosecutor v. Brima (Margaret), Jalloh, Kamara (Ester), Kamara (Anifa), Findings and Scheduling Order Pursuant to Rule 62, 27 July 2005. The guilty plea entered by each and every one of the Alleged Contemnors has been made freely and voluntarily, and discussed by each of them with their respective defence counsel, that their guilty plea is unequivocal and based on sufficient facts for the crime and the Alleged Contemnors' participation in it, as contained in the Order in Lieu of the Indictment.

Keywords: chambers decisions; guilty plea; Special Court of Sierra Leone



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