In his debut appearance at the Hague, he compared the tribunal to “a natural disaster one has to defend themselves from.”
The tribunal is tentatively scheduled to close its doors in 2013, and Karadzic, says Mirko Klarin, may be hoping to wait it out.
Unlike other court systems, the Vatican tribunal relies on the head judge to pose all questions to the witnesses on the stand.
tribunal officials met with the disappointed survivors privately after court to answer their many questions.
Now Campbell may not wait until her July 29 date with the tribunal to help justice to shine.
These inquisitors were received with great ceremony at Panama and Lima, when they first formed the tribunal.
Novels develop and transmit the ideal; clubs are the tribunal of it.
It seemed then to Mr. Bingley-Spyker that all the members of the tribunal were shouting together.
The slaves of his household knew that, as did the criminals brought to his tribunal.
An author places himself uncalled before the tribunal of criticism, and solicits fame at the hazard of disgrace.
mid-15c., from Old French tribunal (13c.), from Latin tribunal "platform for the seat of magistrates, elevation, embankment," from tribunus "official in ancient Rome, magistrate," literally "head of a tribe," from tribus (see tribe). Hence, a court of justice or judicial assembly (1580s).