Whether the purposes of Rule 94(B) of the Special Court for Sierra Leone Rules of Procedure and Evidence (‘SCSL RPE’) required distinguishing between a legal finding and a factual one having legal implications.
Whether the need to provide a complete and balanced picture of evidence presented by parties was a criterion for taking judicial notice of adjudicated facts.
Whether a motion under Rule 94(B) of the SCSL RPE could be brought after the close of the Prosecution case.
Whether the timing of the filing of a motion should be determinant of striking a balance between fair trial and judicial economy.
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