Supreme Court of Federation Bosnia and Herzegovina


10. March 2016.

Appeals against the verdict in the Mato Martic case were presented before the Supreme Court of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Martic was sentenced to one year and eight months in prison for crimes committed in the Zepce area.



25. February 2016.

The defense of Slavko Stricevic asked the Supreme Court of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina to either acquit him or repeal the first instance verdict against him. Under the initial verdict, Stricevic was sentenced to ten years in prison for crimes committed in Bosanski Petrovac.The state prosecution asked the court to confirm the first instance verdict.



18. February 2016.

The prosecution and the defense have called upon the Supreme Court of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina to repeal the verdict in the Josip Maric case. Maric, a former member of the police and the assistant commander of the Security and Information Service in Kiseljak, was sentenced to one year in prison for crimes against civilians. He was acquitted of charges of crimes against prisoners of war in the Kiseljak area in June and July 1993.



17. February 2016.

The defense of Ilija Djogatovic has called upon the Supreme Court of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina to acquit him or revoke the first instance verdict against him. Djogatovic has been sentenced to six years in prison for crimes committed in the Donji Vakuf area. The prosecution is asking that the appeal be rejected and the first instance verdict confirmed.