Reports in Case : Deronjic - "Glogova"
JUDGES CHECK WHETHER DERONJIC'S GUILTY PLEA IS UNEQUIVOCAL
Possible "material discrepancies" in Miroslav Deronjic's statements lead judges to schedule a new sentencing hearing.
TEN YEARS IN PRISON FOR MIROSLAV DERONJIC
The judgment was passed by majority, with Judge Schomburg dissenting in a highly critical opinion
HOW DERONJIC DIVIDED THE JUDGES
Dissenting and separate opinions of judges Schomburg and Mumba on potential effects of the punishment imposed on Miroslav Deronjic.
MIROSLAV DERONJIC'S APPEAL
Defense lawyers for the former president of Bratunac’s Crisis Staff, who pleaded guilty to ordering an attack on the village of Glogova in May 1992 in which 65 civilians were killed, filed a notice of appeal against the judgment sentencing him to 10 years in prison.
DEFENCE SEEKS MILDER SENTENCE FOR MIROSLAV DERONJIC
At the appellate hearing, the defense of the former president of the Bratunac Crisis Staff urged the judges to give greater weight to the mitigating circumstances and Deronjic's readiness to tell the truth about the events in 1992
TEN YEARS CONFIRMED FOR DERONJIC
The Appeals Chamber rules that the Trial Chamber imposed a balanced sentence on the former president of the Bratunac Crisis Staff
MIROSLAV DERONJIC IN SWEDISH PRISON
Miroslav Deronjic, convicted of the crimes in the village of Glogova near Bratunac in 1992, goes to Sweden to serve his ten-year sentence