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Prosecutor v Nshogoza (Léonidas), Judgment, Case no ICTR-07-91-T, ICL 970 (ICTR 2009), 7th July 2009, United Nations [UN]; United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda [ICTR]; Trial Chamber III [ICTR]

Reporter(s)

Theodosia Papazikou

Prosecutor v Nshogoza (Léonidas), Judgment, Case no ICTR-07-91-T, ICL 970 (ICTR 2009), 7th July 2009, United Nations [UN]; United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda [ICTR]; Trial Chamber III [ICTR]

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 23 August 2019

Whether the testimony of an accomplice convicted for acts relevant to contempt charges was admissible and to what extent its probative value may have to be taken into account.

What the evidential treatment of a testimony substantially different from prior statements, which were relied upon in court or admitted as exhibits, was.

To what extent disclosing protected information in breach of a protective measures order could constitute contempt, according to Rule 77(A)(ii) of the Rules.

To what extent payments and offers of food and drink to witnesses could be considered as a bribe to a witness or a potential witness pursuant to Rule 77 (A)(iv) and thus, substantiate contempt.

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