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Decision on the Urgent Request for Interim Measures Until Appropriate Protective Measures are in Place, 15 October 2003

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This chapter presents a case of the trial chamber, presented before Judge Pierre Boutet and the registry, Robin Vincent, prosecuting against Santigie Kanu. It gives an overview of the decision on the urgent request for interim measures until appropriate protective measures are in place. The special court for Sierra Leone ("the Special Court"), considering that, as interim measure the Prosecution requested: a) that the Designated Judge or Trial Chamber permit the transmission of the disclosure materials under Rule 66(A) of "the Rules" to the Registrar and; b) that the Registrar keep the disclosure materials under seal until appropriate measures are in place; Or in the alternative, c) the Prosecution requests the suspension of its disclosure obligation under Rule 66(A)(i) of "the Rules" until protective measures are ordered. "The Special Court" ordered the Prosecution, to transmit, on or before the 23rd day of October 2003, the "disclosure materials" to the Registrar.

Keywords:designated judge; interim measures; sierra leone; special court; trial chamber



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