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Prosecutor v Kajelijeli (Juvénal), Decision on motion for Judicial Notice pursuant to Rule 94 of the Rules, Case no ICTR-98-44A-T, ICL 832 (ICTR 2002), 16th April 2002, International Criminal Court [ICC]; Trial Chamber II [ICC]

Prosecutor v Bizimungu (Casimir) and ors, Decision On Prosper Mugirenza’s first motion for judicial notice pursuant to Rule 94(B), Case no ICTR-95-50-D, ICL 163 (ICTR 2004), 10th December 2004, Trial Chamber II (ICTR)

Omarska, Keraterm and Trnopolje Camps, Prosecutor v Kvočka (Miroslav) and ors, Decision on Judicial Notice, Case No IT-98-30/1 ICTY, ICL 326 (ICTY 2000), 8th June 2000, Trial Chamber I (ICTY)

Kosovo, Croatia and Bosnia, Prosecutor v Milošević (Slobodan), Final decision on prosecution motion for judicial notice of adjudicated facts, Case No IT-02-54-T, ICL 346 (ICTY 2003), 16th December 2003, Trial Chamber III (ICTY)

CDF Trial, Prosecutor v Norman (Samuel Hinga) and ors, Decision on Appeal Against Decision on Prosecution's Motion for Judicial Notice and Admission of Evidence, Case No SCSL-2004-14-AR73, ICL 401 (SCSL 2005), 16th May 2005, Trial Chamber (SCSL)

Butare, Prosecutor v Nyiramasuhuko (Pauline) and ors, Decision on the Prosecutor's Motion for Judicial Notice and Admission of Evidence, Case No ICTR 98-42-T, ICL 402 (ICTR 2002), 15th May 2002, Trial Chamber II (ICTR)

Prosecutor v Semanza (Laurent), Decision on the Prosecutor's motion for judicial notice and presumptions of facts pursuant to Rules 94 and 54, Case No ICTR-97-20-I, ICL 432 (ICTR 2000), 3rd November 2000, Trial Chamber III (ICTR)

Prosecutor v Karemera (Édouard) and ors, Decision on Prosecutor's Interlocutory Appeal of Decision on Judicial Notice, Case No ICTR-98-44-AR73(C), ICL 5 (ICTR 2006), 16th June 2006, Appeals Chamber (ICTR)

Prosecutor v Taylor (Charles Ghankay), Decision on the prosecution’s motion for judicial notice, Case no SCSL-03-1-T, ICL 651 (SCSL 2007), 7th December 2007, Trial Chamber II (SCSL)

Prosecutor v Prlić (Jadranko) and ors, Decision on motion for judicial notice of adjudicated facts pursuant to Rule 94(B), Case no IT-04-74-PT, ICL 761 (ICTY 2006), 14th March 2006, United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia [ICTY]; Trial Chamber II [ICTY]

Prosecutor v Ayyash (Salim Jamil) and ors, Decision on Sabra Defence motion seeking judicial notice of United Nations fact-finding mission and UNIIIC reports, Case No STL-11-01/T/TC, ICL 1030 (STL 2016), 26th July 2016, Special Tribunal for Lebanon [STL]; Trial Chamber [STL]

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Prosecutor v Krajišnik (Momčilo), Decision on Prosecution's Motion for Judicial Notice of Adjudicated Facts and Admission of Written Statements of Witnesses Pursuant to Rule 92bis, Case No IT-00-39-PT ICTY, ICL 300 (ICTY 2003), 28th February 2003, Trial Chamber I (ICTY)

 

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The means by which the court may take as proven certain facts without hearing evidence. Notorious facts (i.e. matters of common knowledge) may be judicially noticed without inquiry. Some other facts (e.g. matters that can easily be checked in a standard work of reference and are reasonably indisputable) may be judicially noticed after inquiry.

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