August 30, 2006
by Joshua Pantesco
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) on Wednesday found Croatian journalist Josip Jovic guilty of contempt of the Tribunal for publishing transcripts of a closed court session and revealing the identity of a witness, current Croatian President Stipe Mesic, who ...[read more]
July 11, 2006
by Joe Shaulis
Defense lawyers argued that Croatian journalist Josip Jovic should not have been prosecuted for contempt as his trial began Tuesday at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in The Hague. Jovic, editor of Slobodna Dalmacija, has pleaded not guilty to contempt of ...[read more]
October 14, 2005
by David Shucosky
Josip Jovic will surrender to the UN tribunal in The Hague Friday to face contempt charges in connection with publishing the name and testimony of a protected witness in 2000. Jovic and colleague Marijan Krizic were each charged with one count of contempt under International Criminal Tribunal for ...[read more]
September 26, 2005
by Alexandria Samuel
Croatian journalist Marijan Krizic pleaded not guilty Monday before the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia to charges that he revealed the identity of a protected witness in the Tihomir Blaskic case earlier this year. Krizic and fellow journalist Josip Jovic were charged ...[read more]
September 12, 2005
by Brandon Smith
International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia Judge Alphons Orie has confirmed and unsealed indictments against Croatian journalists Josip Jovic and Marijan Krizic. Jovic and Krizic, charged with one count each of contempt of the tribunal under Rule 77 of the UN court's Rules of Proc... ...[read more]

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