American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) and Partners Serbia presented the “Detention Procedure Assessment for Serbia” on Friday, 6 June 2014 from 12:00 to 15:00, in Media Center, Terazije 3, Belgrade.
Author of the Assessment is Mary Adele Greer, Senior Criminal Law Advisor to the ABA ROLI. Data collection was conducted during June and July 2013, through analysis of the legal framework and relevant resources, as well as through interviews with judges, prosecutors, attorneys, representatives of the Ministry of Justice and Ministry of Internal Affair, civil society, international organizations and media. Results of the Assessment are compiled in publication “Detention Procedure Assessment for Serbia” which was presented at the event.
Panelists at the conference were: Mary Adele Greer, Senior Criminal Law Advisor to the ABA ROLI, David R. Lewis, Resident Legal Advisor, U.S. Department of Justice – OPDAT Program, Jugoslav Tintor, Attorney-at-Law,Veljko Delibašić, PhD, Attorney-at-Law, Aleksandar Popović, Attorney-at-Law, Ljiljana Savovic, Administration for the Enforcement of Penal Sanctions, Ministry of Justice, Miodrag Majic, Judge, Belgrade Court of Appeal Milan Bojković, State Public Prosecutor’s Office, Zarko Markovic, Belgrade Center for Human Rights. The conference was attended by more than 80 participants.
The Assessment is a part of the Serbia Criminal Defense Capacity Program (CDCP), implemented by the ABA ROLI and Partners Serbia, with support from the U.S. Department of State/Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL), and in cooperation with the Bar Association of Serbia.
Detention Procedure Assessment for Serbia