Amendment to the Law on Criminal Procedure of Bosnia-Herzegovina

by | Dec 24, 2005

A research project produced by Oxford Pro Bono Publico to assist with the drafting of amendments to the Law on Criminal Procedure of Bosnia-Herzegovina (December 2005)

This legal research was provided to Judge Malik Hadziomeragic, Judge of the Supreme Court of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and member of the Work Group tasked with preparing a draft set of Amendments to the Law on Criminal Procedure of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Judge Malik Hadziomeragic asked for assistance with several specific research questions about English criminal procedure, as the Work Group was eager to incorporate as many elements as possible of the English criminal procedure into its draft.

You can read the full report below, or download it here. You can search or browse all OPBP’s projects here.

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