The Constitutional Court has rejected an appeal filed by Zoran Babic against his cumulative 35-year sentence for crimes committed in Prijedor, concluding that his right to a fair defence had not been violated.
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Constitutional Court ruled that Mico Jurisic, who was jailed for 11 years for crimes against humanity against non-Serb civilians in the Prijedor area during the war in 1992, did get a fair trial.
The Constitutional Court rejected an appeal from former Bosnian Army soldier Muhamed Sisic, who was convicted of involvement in the killings of 21 Serbs in an attack on the village of Kukavice in 1992.
Bosnia’s Constitutional Court rejected an appeal from former policeman Darko Mrdja, who was sentenced to 20 years in prison for his involvement in murders and other crimes against Bosniaks in the Prijedor area in 1992.
Bosnia’s Constitutional Court rejected former Bosnian Serb Army military policeman Dragan Marjanovic’s appeal against the verdict convicting him of participating in the murders of 28 Bosniaks on Mount Borje near Teslic in 1992.
The Constitutional Court rejected an appeal from Bosnian Serb ex-soldier Zdravko Lubarda against his conviction for committing crimes against humanity by persecuting Bosniaks in the Rogatica area during wartime.
Bosnia’s Constitutional Court rejected an appeal from ex-soldier Milorad Mrdja against the verdict sentencing him to seven years in prison for raping a minor and other wartime crimes against Bosniaks in the Sanski Most area.