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Decision on Prosecution Motion for Relief in Respect of Violations of Rule 67, 26 July 2006

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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 prosecution motion for relief in respect of violations of Rule 67. The Chamber granted the Motion in part and ordered that the Defence for the First Accused Brima make the necessary disclosures in accordance with Rule 67(A)(ii); the Prosecution has leave to apply for an appropriate order should the Defence call an alibi witness before the Prosecution has had reasonable time to investigate the alibi; and the orders sought against the Second Accused Kamara and Third Accused Kanu were denied.

Keywords:Prosecution Motion; Special Court for Sierra Leone; Trial Chamber II; violations of Rule 67



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