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Reference Entry. Subjects: Courts and Procedure. 69 words.
A judge may be recused (from Lat., recusare, “to refuse”) from participating in the hearing or decision of a
Čelebici, Prosecutor v Delalić (Zejnil) and ors, Decision of the bureau on motion to disqualify judges pursuant to Rule 15 or in the alternative that certain judges recuse themselves, Case No IT-96-21-T, ICL 54 (ICTY 1999), 25th October 1999, Bureau of the Appeals Chamber (ICTY)
Legal Material. Subjects: Public International Law; International Law; Law. 6249 words.
Whether fulfilment by a judge of the Tribunal of his or her duty to participate in a plenary assembly of judges in the determination of a judge’s compatibility with Article 13(1) of the...
CDF Trial, Prosecutor v Norman (Samuel Hinga), Decision on the motion to recuse judge Winter from the deliberation in the preliminary motion on the recruitment of child soldiers, Case No SCSL-2004-14-PT, ICL 52 (SCSL 2004), 28th May 2004, Appeals Chamber (SCSL)
Legal Material. Subjects: International Criminal Law; Public International Law; International Law; Law. 4862 words.
Whether Judge Winter's previous professional involvement in issues concerning children's rights gave rise to an unacceptable appearance of bias.
Revolutionary United Front (‘RUF’) case, Prosecutor v Sesay and ors, Decision on Sesay, Kallon and Gbao appeal against decision on Sesay and Gbao motion for voluntary withdrawal or disqualification of Hon Justice Bankole Thompson from the RUF case, Case no SCSL-04-15-T, ICL 663 (SCSL 2008), 24th January 2008, Special Court for Sierra Leone [SCSL]; Appeals Chamber [SCSL]
Legal Material. Subjects: Public International Law; International Law; Law. 2794 words.
Whether the presumption of impartiality applied in the case of an appearance of bias, as opposed to actual bias.
Whether a finding that some indicia of an appearance of bias had...