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Rule 74Bis: Medical Examination of the Accused

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This chapter deals with Rule 74bis of the digest of jurisprudence of the Special Court of Sierra Leone and concerns with the medical examination of the accused. It includes three cases of Prosecutor v. Sankoh and their Trial Chamber decisions. The first case, dated 15 March 2003 was for the decision on Prosecution Tender for Order for Physiological and Psychiatric Examination and Detention on Remand. The second case, dated 21 March 2003, was for the decision on Order for Further Physiological and Psychiatric Examination and Detention on Remand. And the third case, dated 22 July 2003, was for the decision on Ruling on the Motion for a Stay of Proceedings Filed by the Applicant.

Keywords: Prosecutor v. Sankoh; Rule 74bis; Special Court of Sierra Leone; Trial Chamber decisions



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