Unequivocal guilty plea
|Appeal Judgement - 19.10.2000||
84. The Appeals Chamber notes that, as articulated by Judges McDonald and Vohrah in the Erdemović case, “[w]hether a plea of guilty is equivocal must depend on a consideration, in limine, of the question whether the plea was accompanied or qualified by words describing facts which establish a defence in law.” This Appeals Chamber agrees with this statement.
 Erdemović, “Judgement, Joint Separate Opinion of Judge McDonald and Judge Vohrah”, para. 31.
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