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Rule 64: Detention on Remand

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This chapter talks about the rule 64 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the statute of the Special Court of Sierra Leone. It discusses several cases and their trial chambers decisions. The first case is Prosecutor v. Norman, Decision on Request by Samuel Hinga Norman for Additional Resources to Prepare His Defence, 23 June 2004. All indictees arrested in Sierra Leone or transferred there after arrest abroad must initially be detained in the facilities run by the Special Court administration. Rule 64, inherited from the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda ("ICTR") under Article 14 of the Statute.

Keywords: chambers decisions; ICTR; Special Court of Sierra Leone



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