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Rule 77: Contempt of the Special Court

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This chapter deals with Rule 77 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. Brima (Margaret), Jalloh, Kamara (Ester), and Kamara (Anifa) for the decision on sentencing Judgement in Contempt Proceedings, 21 September 2005. Another case, dated 17 August 2005, is of Prosecutor v. Brima, Kamara, Kanu for the decision on Joint Defence Appeal Against the Decision on the Report of the Independent Counsel Pursuant to Rule 77(C)(iii) and 77(D). The chapter also includes several other cases and their appeals chamber decisions.

Keywords: Prosecutor Jalloh ; Prosecutor Kamara; Prosecutor Kanu ; Prosecutor v. Brima (Margaret) ; Rule 77; Sierra Leone; trial chambers decisions



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