Information on which the administrative decision is based
|Decision on Legal Aid - 07.02.2003||
KVOČKA et al.
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43. […] Article 10 of the Directive requires the Registrar to act upon “information”. How that information is given is for the Registrar to determine. He must, of course, take care that, when deciding something to the detriment of an accused, the information upon which he bases his decision is reliable, but there is no requirement that the information be in the form of evidence which is admissible in a trial. […]
[The Directive on the Assignment of Defence Counsel was amended since this decision was issued, and the relevant provision was moved from Article 10 to Article 9.]
|Other instruments Directive on the Assignment of Defence Counsel (ICTY): Article 9|