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Prosecutor (on the application of Victims) v Gbagbo (Laurent) and Blé Goudé (Charles), Judgment on the appeal of Mr Gbagbo (Laurent) against the decision of Trial Chamber I of 10 March 2017 entitled ‘Decision on Mr Gbagbo’s detention’, Case no ICC-02/11-01/15-992-Red, ICL 1810 (ICC 2017), 19th July 2017, International Criminal Court [ICC]

Prosecutor (on the application of Victims) v Gbagbo (Laurent) and Blé Goudé (Charles), Judgment on the appeal of Mr Gbagbo (Laurent) against the decision of Trial Chamber I of 10 March 2017 entitled ‘Decision on Mr Gbagbo’s detention’, Case no ICC-02/11-01/15-992-Red, ICL 1810 (ICC 2017), 19th July 2017, International Criminal Court [ICC]

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 27 February 2020

Whether, in the course of making a decision pursuant to Article 60(3) of the Rome Statute on an accused’s continued detention, the Trial Chamber erred in fact or in law.

Whether alleged errors materially affected a decision, such that it was open to the Appeals Chamber to reverse the decision and remit the issue of the accused’s continued detention to the Trial Chamber for reconsideration.

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