Contempt Cases

The Tribunal can initiate contempt proceedings when there is reason to believe that a person has knowingly and wilfully interfered with the administration of justice. This interference may include intimidation or other instances of tampering with witnesses, refusing to answer questions in court or to comply with an order to attend a hearing or produce documents, disclosing confidential court documents and breaching protective measures.

Cases of contempt of the Tribunal fall under Rule 77 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence.

The 'Completed cases' category includes trials in which final judgements were rendered as well as those that were concluded without a final judgement due to the withdrawal of charges.

Jojić et al. (IT-03-67-R77.5)

Part of Šešelj (IT-03-67)
Jojić, Petar

Jojić, Petar

Ostojić, Jovo

Ostojić, Jovo

Radeta, Vjerica

Radeta, Vjerica


Cases at
Trial
:
No trials at this stage.
Cases on
Appeal
:
No trials at this stage.