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Rule 66: Disclosure of Materials by the Prosecutor

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This chapter talks about the Rule 66 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the statute of the Special Court of Sierra Leone (SCSL). It discusses several cases and their trial chambers decisions. The first case Prosecutor v. Norman, Fofana, Kondewa concerns the decision on disclosure of witness statements and cross-examination, 16 July 2004. The Trial Chambers of the ICTY have interpreted Rule 66 of the Rules to require disclosure of all witness statements in the possession of the prosecution, regardless of their form or source.

Keywords: Fofana; ICTY; Kondewa; Norman; Special Court of Sierra Leone (SCSL)



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