Professor Michael Bohlander, Durham University.

Dissenting Opinion on Deronjić’s sentence.

Decision on Admissibility of Notice of Appeal Against Trial Judgement.

Separate and Partially Dissenting Opinion on scope of command responsibility (Art. 7(3) of the Statute).

Joint Dissenting Opinion (with Judge Güney) on cumulative convictions.

Separate Opinion on joint criminal enterprise.

Self-recused according to Fundamentally Dissenting Opinion on the right to self-representation appended to Decision on Krajišnik’s Self-Representation of 11 May 2007.

Pre-Appeal Judge until 20 September 2006 (Final Decision on “Defence Notice of Withdrawing Appeal” and “Withdrawal of Prosecution’s Appeal against the Judgement of Trial Chamber ii dated 31 January 2005.”) Exchange from bench per 21 February 2008 against Orić case.

Separate Opinion on the applicability of Rules 42 and 43 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence.

Partially Dissenting and Separate Opinion and Declaration on the standard for appellate review, the responsibility of Haradin Bala and Isak Musliu, and the principle of in dubio pro reo.

Separate and Partially Dissenting Opinion on the increase of Galić’s sentence and the “crime of terrorization.”

Dissenting Opinion on the correct pleading of the mode of liability and joint criminal enterprise.

Joint Dissenting Opinion (with Judge Güney) on cumulative convictions and Separate and Partly Dissenting Opinion on the definition of the crime of deportation.

Separate Opinion on Blaškić’s sentence.

Separate Opinion on the definition of the crime of deportation.

Replaced November 2008.

Replaced on 19 June 2008.

Partially Dissenting Opinion on Simba’s sentence.

Joint Partly Dissenting Opinion (with Judge Shahabuddeen) on the rape of two girls by the Appellant, and Partly Dissenting Opinion on the right to be informed.

Separate Opinion on Gacumbitsi’s responsibility for committing genocide (pleading of the indictment, “committing”).

Separate Opinion on aiding and abetting and cumulative convictions.

Dissenting Opinion on the indictment and the principle of nullum crimen sine lege.

Footnotes

Professor Michael Bohlander, Durham University.

Dissenting Opinion on Deronjić’s sentence.

Decision on Admissibility of Notice of Appeal Against Trial Judgement.

Separate and Partially Dissenting Opinion on scope of command responsibility (Art. 7(3) of the Statute).

Joint Dissenting Opinion (with Judge Güney) on cumulative convictions.

Separate Opinion on joint criminal enterprise.

Self-recused according to Fundamentally Dissenting Opinion on the right to self-representation appended to Decision on Krajišnik’s Self-Representation of 11 May 2007.

Pre-Appeal Judge until 20 September 2006 (Final Decision on “Defence Notice of Withdrawing Appeal” and “Withdrawal of Prosecution’s Appeal against the Judgement of Trial Chamber ii dated 31 January 2005.”) Exchange from bench per 21 February 2008 against Orić case.

Separate Opinion on the applicability of Rules 42 and 43 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence.

Partially Dissenting and Separate Opinion and Declaration on the standard for appellate review, the responsibility of Haradin Bala and Isak Musliu, and the principle of in dubio pro reo.

Separate and Partially Dissenting Opinion on the increase of Galić’s sentence and the “crime of terrorization.”

Dissenting Opinion on the correct pleading of the mode of liability and joint criminal enterprise.

Joint Dissenting Opinion (with Judge Güney) on cumulative convictions and Separate and Partly Dissenting Opinion on the definition of the crime of deportation.

Separate Opinion on Blaškić’s sentence.

Separate Opinion on the definition of the crime of deportation.

Replaced November 2008.

Replaced on 19 June 2008.

Partially Dissenting Opinion on Simba’s sentence.

Joint Partly Dissenting Opinion (with Judge Shahabuddeen) on the rape of two girls by the Appellant, and Partly Dissenting Opinion on the right to be informed.

Separate Opinion on Gacumbitsi’s responsibility for committing genocide (pleading of the indictment, “committing”).

Separate Opinion on aiding and abetting and cumulative convictions.

Dissenting Opinion on the indictment and the principle of nullum crimen sine lege.

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Essays in Honour of Wolfgang Schomburg

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