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Decision on Prosecution Application for Leave to File an Interlocutory Appeal Against Decision on Motion for Concurrent Hearing of Evidence Common to Cases SCSL-2004-15-PT and SCSL-2004-16-PT, 1 June 2004

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This chapter presents a report of the case law of the Trial Chamber of the Special Court for Sierra Leone. The case is regarding the decision on prosecution application for leave to file an Interlocutory appeal against decision on motion for Concurrent hearing of evidence common to cases SCSL-2004-15-PT and SCSL-2004-16-PT. Consistent with the Chamber's Decision on the issue of leave to file an interlocutory appeal, the Chamber does not think it necessary or appropriate to examine the merits of the Prosecution's submissions on "irreparable prejudice," having found that there has not been a showing of "exceptional circumstances" especially since the test is conjunctive and not disjunctive. The Trial Chamber denied the Application.

Keywords:interlocutory appeal; motion for concurrent hearing; Prosecution Application; Rule 73(B); Special Court for Sierra Leone



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