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ADC-ICT Submits Amicus Brief to President of the UN IRMCT on Early Release

On 24 April 2019, the ADC-ICT submitted an amicus curiae brief to the President of the UN International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals on the issue of early release. The ADC-ICt expressed its concern over the President's decision to impose conditions on Valentin Coric when he was released from the UN Detention Unit. The ADC-ICT asserted that there was no legal framework currently in place regarding early release and that to the contrary it represents a departure from the established jurisprudence of the ICTY, ICTR and the IRMCT. The full filing is available here.

University of Groningen Assist ADC-ICT with Project on Early Release, Commutation of Sentence and Pa

On 12 April 2019, the final report of three students from the University of Groningen was presented to the ADC-ICT on early release, commutation of Sentence and Pardon before the UN-IRMCT. The three students were Sarah Micheuz, Aleksander Saša Milošević and Deborah Nidelon. This project formed part of their of their studies on International Law in Practice, a course for their LL.M in Public International Law. The project was initiated as the Mechanism has recently imposed conditions on convicted persons when they have been released early by the President, despite this practice not previously been done. Rule 150 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence (RPE) of the International Residual Mechan

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