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Decision on Joint Defence Motion on Admissibility of Expert Witnesses/Expert Evidence and Filing of Notice Pursuant to Rule 94bis (B)(i) and (ii), on Re-Filed Defence Request for Disclosure, and on the Joint Defence Motion for Exclusion of Medical Information, Statistics and Abstracts Pertaining to Witnesses TF1-081 and TF1-188, 16 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 Kan, regarding decision on Joint Defence Motion on admissibility of expert witnesses/expert evidence and filing of notice pursuant to rule 94bis (b)(i) and (ii), on re-filed defence request for disclosure, and on the Joint Defence Motion for exclusion of medical information, statistics and abstracts pertaining to witnesses TF1-081 and TF1-188. The Chamber agreed that this is not a motion within the provisions of Rule 73 - it merely "files notice" and as such does not require a ruling under Rule 94bis20. The Trial Chamber dismisses the motions and the request of the accused Alex Tamba Brima.

Keywords:Joint Defence Motion; Rule 94bis (B)(i); Special Court for Sierra Leone; Trial Chamber II; Witnesses TF1-081



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