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Rule 74: Amicus Curiae

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This chapter deals with Rule 74 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the statute of the Special Court of Sierra Leone. One of the cases is of Prosecutor v. Kallon for the Decision on the Application for Leave to Submit Amicus Curiae Briefs, 17 July 2003. Another case, dated 12 December 2003, is of Prosecutor v. Norman for the decision on Order on the Appointment of Amicus Curiae. The chapter also includes several other cases and their appeals chamber decisions.

Keywords: Prosecutor v. Kallon; Prosecutor v. Norman; Rule 74; Sierra Leone; trial chambers decisions



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