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Goran Hadzic

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THE HAGUE | 28.04.2015.

HADZIC WANTS HIS PROVISIONAL RELEASE TO BE EXTENDED

In another urgent motion, Goran Hadzic’s defense wants the accused to be allowed to return to Novi Sad after undergoing a medical examination in mid-May 2015 in The Hague. The defense wants Hadzic to stay in Novi Sad until he completes his chemotherapy for brain tumor in August 2015
HAG/DEN HAAG | 13.04.2015.

HADZIC PROVISIONALLY RELEASED

Judge Meron's Appeals Chamber has reversed the Trial Chamber’s decision and has ordered that Goran Hadzic be provisionally released until the next MR scan, scheduled for early May 2015 in The Hague
THE HAGUE | 02.04.2015.

QUESTIONS ABOUT ABILITY OF HADZIC AND ELIGIBILITY OF JUDGES

According to the prosecution, the motion in which Hadzic's defense sought to have the judges disqualified because of their alleged bias is 'cynical and fundamentally flawed'. It constitutes an abuse of process and is a "poorly veiled attempt to hinder the expeditious completion' of the de-fense case. The Trial Chamber has called for an assessment of Hadzic's cognitive functions and his ability to participate in the trial
THE HAGUE | 24.03.2015.

HOW TO CONTINUE HADZIC’S TRIAL

The prosecution has proposed a series of measures that would reduce the time needed for the defense case without compromising the fairness and integrity of the trial. Hadzic’s trial could thus continue and end regardless of Hadzic’s serious medical condition
THE HAGUE | 18.03.2015.

DEFENSE WANTS DETAILED REPORTS ON HADZIC'S HEALTH

In its latest motion, the defense notes that Hadzic is not dealing well with the treatment for his brain tumor and the numerous side effects. The defense wants to receive daily reports on the health of the accused
THE HAGUE | 16.03.2015.

HADZIC TO REMAIN IN THE HAGUE

Goran Hadzic has petitioned the judges to grant him provisional release until May 2015, but his motion has been denied. The Trial Chamber stresses that the proceedings are still ‘ongoing’. Hadzic has access to ‘appropriate’ care and "high-quality" conditions for the treatment of his brain tumor, the Trial Chamber notes. Since it is not certain how Hadzic will respond to the treatment, the Trial Chamber considers there is no reason to grant Hadzic provisional release on humanitarian grounds
THE HAGUE | 02.03.2015.

PROSECUTION WANTS HADZIC TRIAL TO CONTINUE

Last week, two medical experts concluded that "it is possible" Goran Hadzic "might not be able to attend proceedings". Now the prosecution has urged the Trial Chamber to set a date for the trial to continue with or without the accused in the courtroom. The defense case was underway when the trial was adjourned
THE HAGUE | 26.02.2015.

TOO EARLY FOR CONCLUSIVE ASSESSMENT OF HADZIC’S HEALTH

After two days of discussion about Goran Hadzic’s health, the conclusion is that it is still too early to determine if the accused will be able to attend the trial in the coming period. Goran Hadzic has a brain tumor. In the opinion of the neurologist-oncologist who testified today, it all depends on how well Hadzic will respond to chemotherapy. At this stage, it is too early to tell
THE HAGUE | 24.02.2015.

HADZIC’S PROBLEMS WITH PSYCHOLOGIST

Goran Hadzic wants to put a stop to any contacts with the Detention Unit Dutch psychologist. According to Hadzic, the psychologist has told him to use his ‘faith in God’ to ‘obtain the strength to attend the trial’ instead of ‘fighting cancer"
THE HAGUE | 20.02.2015.

HADZIC DEFENSE FILES NEW URGENT MOTION

Goran Hadzic’s defense has originally filed a motion seeking provisional release for their client of at least three months. As the judges ponder the motion, the defense has filed a new motion for a short provisional release. The accused would use the time to prepare for a new round of chemotherapy for his brain tumor. The public has learned that Hadzic’s condition is incurable as the tumor is inoperable

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