Use of support material
|Decision on Scheduling Order - 05.12.2006||
NAHIMANA et al. (Media case)
P. 5: CONSIDERING that parties may use and/or formally present skeleton arguments, slides or schedules to the Appeals Chamber in support of their oral arguments, provided that they contain no new arguments on the merits of the case and that the opposing party does not object; 
CONSIDERING, however, that the Appeals Chamber is not in a position to decide whether the use of the documents referred to by the Appellant shall be allowed, since they were not presented with the Motion; […]
 E.g., The Prosecutor v. Goran Jelisić, Case No. IT-95-10-A, Public Transcript of Hearing (Cross-Appeal on Sentence), 22 and 23 February 2001, pp 37, 198, 199 and 245; Prosecutor v. Dario Kordić and Mario Čerkez, Case No. IT-95-14/2-A, Transcript of Hearing of 17 May 2004 (Appeal Proceedings-Open session), pp 187, 255, 257-259, 283-285; Prosecutor v. Dario Kordić and Mario Čerkez, Case No. IT-95-14/2-A, Transcript of Hearing of 19 May 2004 (Appeal Proceedings-Open session), pp 574-575, 577-578, 608-609; The Prosecutor v. Blagoje Simić, Case No. IT-95-9-A, Public Transcript of Hearing of 2 June 2006 (Appeal Proceedings-Open session), pp 40-42.