From the 16th to 20th of January 2012, the Trial Chamber allowed the Parties to argue their positions on the admissibility of documents in the Case File. The Parties discussed three main legal issues pertaining to the admissibility of evidence: (i) the legal standard for admitting evidence; (ii) the process for putting documents before the Chamber; and (iii) specific objections to documents or categories of documents.
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KRT Trial Monitor Issue No. 9 – Hearing on Evidence Week 4 (16-19 January 2012) corresponds with Facing Justice Episode 6
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