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Case 004, Co-Prosecutors v Yim (Tith), Decision on [Redacted] consolidated appeal against the International Co-Investigating Judge's consolidated decision on [Redacted] requests for reconsideration of disclosure (D193/76 and D193/77) and the International Co-Prosecutor's request for disclosure (D193/72) and against the International Co-Investigating Judge's consolidated decision on International Co-Prosecutor's requests to disclose Case 004 documents to Case 002 (D193/79, D193/72, D193/75), Case No 004/07-09-2009/ECCC/OCIJ(PTC29), ICL 1760 (ECCC 2017), 15th February 2017, Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia [ECCC]; Pre-Trial Chamber [ECCC]

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 19 September 2019

Whether the procedure for a disclosure request violated an accused’s right to legal certainty.

Whether a disclosure request violated the publicity of judicial investigations under Rule 56 of the Internal Rules.

Whether a judge breached the accused’s right to equality by treating him differently from others accused in the same case.

Whether a judge’s delay in charging an accused violated his right to procedural fairness.

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