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Rule 79: Closed Sessions

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This chapter deals with Rule 79 of the digest of jurisprudence of the special court for Sierra Leone. One of the cases is of Prosecutor v. Brima, Kamara, Kanu for the decision on the Confidential Joint Defence Motion to Declare Null and Void Testimony-in-Chief of Witness TF1-023, 25 May 2005. Another case, dated 27 October 2004, is of Prosecutor v. Norman, Fofana, Kondewa for the decision on Order on Trial Monitoring During Closed Session. The chapter also includes several other cases and their trial chamber decisions.

Keywords: Prosecutor v. Brima ; Prosecutor Fofana ; Prosecutor Kamara ; Prosecutor Kanu ; Prosecutor Kondewa; Prosecutor v. Norman ; Rule 79; Sierra Leone; trial chambers decisions



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