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Decision on Objection to Question put by Defence in Cross-Examination of Witness TF1-227, 15 June 2005

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This chapter presents a report of the case law of the Trial Chamber II of the Special Court for Sierra Leone. The case is from the Prosecutor against Alex Tamba Brima, Brima Bazzy Kamara, and Santigie Borbor Kanu, regarding the decision on objection to question put by defence in cross-examination of Witness TF1-227. The Trial Chamber restated the obligation on the Prosecution to give adequate time to prepare to the Defence. It ordered that leave be given to file pages in excess of the limits provided in Article 6 of the "Practice Direction for Filing Documents before the Special Court for Sierra Leone;" the Prosecution's first and second objections were upheld; the Defence's request for 14 days notice of disclosure of all Prosecution statements of additional information was refused; and the Defence request seeking listing of witnesses was refused.

Keywords:Cross-Examination; Defence; Special Court for Sierra Leone; Trial Chamber II; Witness TF1-227

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