On 27 April 2011, the Court issued a decision imposing the prohibitive measures for the accused Albina Terzić.
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Factual allegations in the Indictment:
As inter alia alleged in the Indictment, the accused Albina Terzić, during the period from May 1992 until mid July 1992, as a member of the Military Police of the Croat Defense Council (HVO), alone or together with other HVO members, took part in the inhumane treatment of Serb civilians. Civilians were unlawfully detained on the premises of the Elementary School in Odžak as well as in the Strolit factory, also in Odžak.
Counts of the indictment:
Albina Terzić is charged with War Crimes against Civilians in violation of Article 173(1)(c)(e) of the Criminal Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina (CC BiH) in conjunction with Article 180(1) of CC BiH (individual criminal responsibility).
Course of the proceedings:
The Indictment was confirmed on 5 May 2011.
On 15 June 2011, at a plea hearing before Section I for War Crimes of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), the accused Albina Terzić pleaded not guilty.
On 4 October 2011, the main trial in this case commenced.
On 19 October 2012, the Court pronounced the first-instance Verdict in the Albina Terzić (S1 1 K 005665 11 KrI) case finding the accused Albina Terzić guilty of the criminal offence of War Crimes against Civilians. In that regard, the Court sentenced the accused to five years imprisonment. The Court acquitted the accused of charges that she committed a criminal offence of War Crimes against Civilians undert Article 173(1) item e) of the CC BiH.