Joinder and the Death of Milošević
This chapter examines the decision to join the Milošević indictments. The Milošević case was actually three conjoined trials emerging from separate indictments relating to crimes committed in Croatia, Bosnia, and Kosovo. While the three indictments had been drafted, reviewed, and confirmed at separate times, the Appeals Chamber ruled they should be treated as a single indictment and tried together. This decision, and the chain of events that followed from it, led to a criminal trial of unsurpassed duration and complexity.
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