|Decision on Refreshing Witness Memory - 02.04.2004||
HADŽIHASANOVIĆ & KUBURA
CONSIDERING that the Appeals Chamber has already stated that a prior statement may be used to refresh the memory of a witness under cross-examination; and that the same conclusion should apply to the question of refreshing a witness’s memory during examination-in-chief;
 Prosecutor v. Simić et al., “Decision on Prosecution Interlocutory Appeals on the Use of Statements not Admitted into Evidence Pursuant to Rule 92bis as a Basis to Challenge Credibility and to Refresh Memory”, 23 May 2003, paras. 18, 20.