• Lea Dobričić & Nic Lawyer @Dot, Belgrade

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  • Lawyer confirms son will collect body, burial may be in Belgrade

    1. Zdenko Tomanovic, lawyer for Slobodan Milosevic talking to media in front of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Zdenko Tomanovic, Lawyer for Slobodan Milosevic "I have just submitted a request to the government of Serbia to...or information to the government of Serbia, that the wish of the family of Milosevic is that the funeral will be in Belgrade, the capital town of Serbia. And I have also submitted my formal request to the District Court in Belgrade to provide for the wife of Mr. Milosevic, Mira Markovic, to provide, to be present during the funeral. At the same time I have submitted information and a request to the Tribunal (ICTY) and the Netherlands government to provide the possibility of Milosevic's son to pick up the r...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
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  • Aleksandar Nikolic & Marko Sladojevic (interview - The Serbian Lawyer) | One World Romania 2015

    http://oneworld.ro/2015/l/en/the-serbian-lawyer-224/ After receiving a master’s degree in computer graphics in London, Belgrade-born Aleksandar Nikolic began working in film production as sound editor for BBC and PBS documentaries and shorts. In parallel, he wrote and directed a series of shorts. He is currently working on three projects: the documentaries Either and Of Sheep and Men, as well as the feature screenplay Fear and Trembling. Other films: Glasovi (2010, short), Through Skin and Bone (2006, short). Video: http://www.veiozaarte.ro/

    published: 26 Mar 2015
  • Relicts of Transition: The Remnants of Ottoman Law in the 1844 Serbian Civil Code

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    published: 29 Mar 2015
  • Lawyers Protest in Serbia

    This video explains reasons for Lawyers` protest in Serbia. Made by Bar Association of Belgrade.

    published: 29 Nov 2014
  • SERBIA: BELGRADE: DEMONSTRATIONS CONTINUE AGAINST MILOSEVIC'S REGIME

    Natural Sound Some 100-thousand demonstrators took to the streets of Belgrade on Monday on the 20th consecutive day of protests against the annulment of the city's election results by President Milosevic's regime. After assembling in front of the Philosophy faculty and University Rectorate building, the student rally marched through main streets up to the City Police Headquarters building in downtown Belgrade. At the police station, a delegation from the students left the crowd and entered to submit a formal complaint about the arrest and beating up by police of university student Dejan Bulatovic during the weekend. Demonstrators say Bulatovic was arrested and beaten because he carried an effigy of Milosevic during the opposition rallies Saturday. Nikola Barovic, De...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Reax in Belgrade as Karadzic due to make first court appearance

    1. Wide shot of Belgrade street 2. People walking in street 3. Woman reading newspaper 4. Newspaper headline reading (in Serbian): "They are blaming him for everything" and "This is him" 5. Newspaper headline reading (in Serbian): "Brother Serbs, let God look after you" 6. Newspaper headline reading (in Serbian) "Karadzic today before the court." 7. People walking in street 8. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Vox Pop, Belgrade Resident: "They should hand him over, because the law says that and the law should be obeyed. However, I don't agree with the fact that he is a war criminal. Especially when we are aware of the verdicts regarding Muslims and Albanians." 9. Man in bar reading newspaper 10. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Vox Pop, Belgrade Resident: "I am not for sending our people, if th...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • BELGRADE: CHARGES DROPPED AGAINST PRISONERS

    English/Nat XFA Yugoslavia's new government dropped all charges Friday against two Britons and a Canadian arrested this summer on suspicion of terrorism, their lawyer said. A Yugoslav military court dropped all the cases against British police officers Adrian Prangnell and John Yore, and Canadian Liam Hall, their Belgrade lawyer Ivan Jankovic said. Jankovic said the military judge ordered three of the men to be released. Another Canadian, Hall's uncle, Shaun Going, was still held on a charge of possession of explosives-related material, but Jankovic added that he expected Going to be released after an appeal by the defence lawyers on Monday. British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook welcomed the move as a sign that Yugoslavia's new government "is prepared to live within the rule ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Albanian children go to Belgrade to testify in war crimes trial

    1. Wide shot exterior District Court 2. Mid shot entrance to court 3. Close up sign reading "District Court in Belgrade" 4. Doors to court and people entering 5. Close up people walking in 6. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Djordje Kalanj, Sasa Cvjetan's lawyer: "Yes, they (the children) have recognised (the accused). But we will question these identifications since his (Cvjetan's) photographs were all over the newspapers and TV, so he was easily recognisable. He could have been seen there. The strength of this evidence should not be admissable." 7. Policeman guarding the entrance of the courthouse garage 8. Motorcade of jeeps driving through the garage gates with witnesses inside, gates close behind them 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Natasa Kandic, legal counseller for witnesses: "Today with Al...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Serbian basketball player wanted in US arrested in Belgrade

    ++DAY SHOTS++ 1. Exterior of main Belgrade police station 2. Close-up of police station sign 3. Petar Kovacevic, father of Serbian basketball player Miladin Kovacevic walking towards police station 4. Cameraman outside police station 5. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Borivoje Borovic, Miladin Kovacevic's lawyer: "He (Miladin Kovacevic) defended himself with silence for the inflicted severe bodily harm because the prosecutor did not present any written documentation related to American justice system, nor provided any evidence of medical report of the victim. The prosecutor did not present any statements, so it is not clear on which ground is prosecution acting." 6. Borovic and Petar Kovacevic talking to reporters ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 7. Vehicle carrying Miladin Kovacevic leaving police stati...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
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    SHOTLIST Schiphol airport morgue, near Amsterdam 1. Wide of security at Schiphol airport 2. Close up sign reading: "Mortuarium Schiphol" 3. Medium shot of security, pan to media waiting at airport Schiphol airport 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Branko Rakic, legal adviser to Milosevic family: "The funeral should take place in Belgrade, and we would like it to take place on Saturday, but it depends still partly on the authorities and we can't say for sure, because for them it's a political issue and they might interfere (with) the decision of the family. (Q: Then the funeral would be in Moscow?) "In case... if the conditions are unacceptable, then of course it will be elsewhere, of course." 5. Medium shot of security The Hague 6. Russian cardiologist arriving for interview 7. SOUNDBI...

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Lea Dobričić & Nic Lawyer @Dot, Belgrade

Lea Dobričić & Nic Lawyer @Dot, Belgrade

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23.01.2016 05:12 AM :) Simon Doty - INO (Original Mix) [Blu Music]
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Lawyer confirms son will collect body, burial may be in Belgrade

Lawyer confirms son will collect body, burial may be in Belgrade

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1. Zdenko Tomanovic, lawyer for Slobodan Milosevic talking to media in front of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Zdenko Tomanovic, Lawyer for Slobodan Milosevic "I have just submitted a request to the government of Serbia to...or information to the government of Serbia, that the wish of the family of Milosevic is that the funeral will be in Belgrade, the capital town of Serbia. And I have also submitted my formal request to the District Court in Belgrade to provide for the wife of Mr. Milosevic, Mira Markovic, to provide, to be present during the funeral. At the same time I have submitted information and a request to the Tribunal (ICTY) and the Netherlands government to provide the possibility of Milosevic's son to pick up the remains of Mr. Milosevic. He will come from Moscow to the Hague as soon as possible, I believe today or tomorrow early in the morning." 3. Cutaway of exterior of Netherlands Forensic Institute 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Zdenko Tomanovic, Lawyer for Slobodan Milosevic "We are now faced with numerous unanswered questions and issues. Unfortunately they didn't believe him, just like they did not believe the doctors from France, Russia and Serbia who had requested a recess from the hearings of Mr. Milosevic. One issue is whether Milosevic's claims that he was being poisoned was justified or not. Furthermore another issue is whether we can find reliable proof of the long lasting systematic damage to his health. But in any case the central issue is whether or not Mr. Milosevic had been receiving appropriate medical treatment." 5. Cutaway of exterior of Netherlands Forensic Institute 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Zdenko Tomanovic, Lawyer for Slobodan Milosevic (Reporter asking whether he believes reports that Milosevic had taken drugs in order to get to Moscow) "I believe that a leader of doctors...pathologists will address tomorrow all journalists with his analysis and his whole documentation and we will see what is the final result of the doctor from Russia. Thank you very much for understanding." 7. Cutaway of exterior of Netherlands Forensic Institute STORYLINE: The lawyer of Slobodan Milosevic has made a request to the Serbian authorities for the burial of the former Yugoslav leader to take place in Belgrade according to the wishes of the family. "I have just submitted a request to the government of Serbia to...or information to the government of Serbia, that the wish of the family of Milosevic is that the funeral will be in Belgrade," Zdenko Tomanovic told reporters at the UN war crimes tribunal in The Hague, where Milosevic had been on trial for more than four years for his role in the Balkan wars of the 1990s. But it is unclear if Serb authorities will approve of the planned burial which could provoke tumultuous scenes in the republic Milosevic ruled for 13 years. Tomanovic also claimed Milosevic's remains will be collected by his son Marko either Monday or Tuesday, even though authorities in Belgrade have issued an international arrest warrant for Marko. The Dutch Foreign Ministry later said Marko Milosevic had applied for a visa at the Netherlands' embassy in Moscow to claim his father's remains. Marko Milosevic said Monday his family will consider asking Russian authorities for their father's body to be temporarily interred in Moscow, until a funeral could be held in the Yugoslav capital Belgrade. Milosevic's widow, Mirjana Markovic, originally had said she wanted the funeral to be held in Moscow, where she lives in self-imposed exile, since she is wanted by Serb authorities and would face being arrested if she went to Serbia. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1cf96afe56d5e0c8f91936d8983f057d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Belgrade Cerebral Palsy Lawyer & Attorney - Montana

Belgrade Cerebral Palsy Lawyer & Attorney - Montana

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Call the Belgrade, MT Cerebral Palsy hotline 24/7 for a free, no obligation consultation. We are here to help! Belgrade Cerebral Palsy Lawyer & Attorney - Montana http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKFYol0OIPA http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtbDVKtxkid40I73DVdRvpw D
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Aleksandar Nikolic & Marko Sladojevic (interview - The Serbian Lawyer) | One World Romania 2015

Aleksandar Nikolic & Marko Sladojevic (interview - The Serbian Lawyer) | One World Romania 2015

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http://oneworld.ro/2015/l/en/the-serbian-lawyer-224/ After receiving a master’s degree in computer graphics in London, Belgrade-born Aleksandar Nikolic began working in film production as sound editor for BBC and PBS documentaries and shorts. In parallel, he wrote and directed a series of shorts. He is currently working on three projects: the documentaries Either and Of Sheep and Men, as well as the feature screenplay Fear and Trembling. Other films: Glasovi (2010, short), Through Skin and Bone (2006, short). Video: http://www.veiozaarte.ro/
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Relicts of Transition: The Remnants of Ottoman Law in the 1844 Serbian Civil Code

Relicts of Transition: The Remnants of Ottoman Law in the 1844 Serbian Civil Code

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Codification – from Common to Civil Law and Back Chair: Maarten Vankeersbilck (Chair), Ghent University, Belgium Speaker: Miljana Todorovic, University of Belgrade, Serbia "XXIst Annual Forum of Young Legal Historians - 6th Berg Institute International Conference" Tel Aviv University, 1-2.3.15
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Lawyers Protest in Serbia

Lawyers Protest in Serbia

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This video explains reasons for Lawyers` protest in Serbia. Made by Bar Association of Belgrade.
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SERBIA: BELGRADE: DEMONSTRATIONS CONTINUE AGAINST MILOSEVIC'S REGIME

SERBIA: BELGRADE: DEMONSTRATIONS CONTINUE AGAINST MILOSEVIC'S REGIME

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Natural Sound Some 100-thousand demonstrators took to the streets of Belgrade on Monday on the 20th consecutive day of protests against the annulment of the city's election results by President Milosevic's regime. After assembling in front of the Philosophy faculty and University Rectorate building, the student rally marched through main streets up to the City Police Headquarters building in downtown Belgrade. At the police station, a delegation from the students left the crowd and entered to submit a formal complaint about the arrest and beating up by police of university student Dejan Bulatovic during the weekend. Demonstrators say Bulatovic was arrested and beaten because he carried an effigy of Milosevic during the opposition rallies Saturday. Nikola Barovic, Dejan Bulatovic's lawyer, told APTV on leaving the city police headquarters building that his client is officially being charged for diverting traffic during the rally. SOUNDBITE: \"What you all heard this morning, unofficially, is that maybe the public prosecutor will begin proceedings against him on the grounds of propaganda against the president. It's according to an article in the penal code dating back to 1945-46 during the Soviet system which still stands. But the judge today said that he isn't deciding about that but that (my client) is being punished because of organising traffic during rally.\" Student Bulatovic has been sentenced to 25 days in prison for \"disturbance of law and order\". SUPERCAPTION: Nikola Barovic, Dejan Bulatovic's lawyer You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b89d3338dc57d4bea7a08604936f35bb Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Reax in Belgrade as Karadzic due to make first court appearance

Reax in Belgrade as Karadzic due to make first court appearance

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1. Wide shot of Belgrade street 2. People walking in street 3. Woman reading newspaper 4. Newspaper headline reading (in Serbian): "They are blaming him for everything" and "This is him" 5. Newspaper headline reading (in Serbian): "Brother Serbs, let God look after you" 6. Newspaper headline reading (in Serbian) "Karadzic today before the court." 7. People walking in street 8. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Vox Pop, Belgrade Resident: "They should hand him over, because the law says that and the law should be obeyed. However, I don't agree with the fact that he is a war criminal. Especially when we are aware of the verdicts regarding Muslims and Albanians." 9. Man in bar reading newspaper 10. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Vox Pop, Belgrade Resident: "I am not for sending our people, if they should be tried it should be done here in their own country, and not be sent to the Hague, not at all." 11. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Vox Pop, Belgrade Resident: "Too late. That is my only comment. We should have done that long ago and not make the same mistakes over again. We have two of them left now." 12. Wide of man reading newspaper STORYLINE Belgrade residents on Thursday reacted to the extradition of the former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic to the war crimes tribunal in the Hague, hours before his first appearance there. At Thursday's hearing in a packed courtroom, Orie will ask Karadzic to confirm his identity and offer to read him his 11-count indictment before asking him if he wishes to enter pleas to 11 charges of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes for allegedly masterminding atrocities throughout Bosnia's 1992-95 war. Prosecutors say he was responsible for the 1995 Srebrenica massacre of some 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys, the deadly 44-month siege of Sarajevo and the establishment of a network of internment camps where non-Serbs were routinely tortured, raped and murdered. If convicted, 63-year-old Karadzic faces a maximum sentence of life imprisonment. Serbian newspapers on Thursday carried headlines such as "They are blaming him for everything" and "Brother Serbs, let God look after you". Some Belgrade residents said international law had to be observed, while others felt Karadzic should face a Serb court. "I am not for sending our people, if they should be tried it should be done here in their own country, and not be sent to the Hague, not at all," one woman told AP Television. Another resident said Karadzic should have been extradited "a long time ago." Karadzic's Belgrade-based lawyer has said Karadzic plans to ask for the maximum 30 days before entering a plea to the charges. If he fails to plead within that time, Orie will enter not-guilty pleas on all counts. Karadzic's arrival in the Netherlands on Wednesday marked the end of a 13-year effort by the Yugoslav war crimes tribunal to get hold of its most wanted war crimes suspect. Convicting him of genocide will be difficult, requiring proof of a deliberate intention to eradicate a specific ethnic group, in whole or in part. Since the tribunal's inception in 1993, a genocide-related charge has held up through the appeals process only once, when Radislav Krstic was convicted of aiding and abetting genocide. Speaking to reporters on Wednesday, prosecutor Serge Brammertz conceded the case would not be easy, but said his team would draw on evidence already presented in other cases since Karadzic's original 1995 indictment. They are expected to update the indictment before the trial begins. It will take months for both sides to prepare for the trial, Brammertz said. He said prosecutors also would call evidence including audio and video tapes and witness statements. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/9e783ec42fd714ece58d263a75a2cba0 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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BELGRADE: CHARGES DROPPED AGAINST PRISONERS

BELGRADE: CHARGES DROPPED AGAINST PRISONERS

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English/Nat XFA Yugoslavia's new government dropped all charges Friday against two Britons and a Canadian arrested this summer on suspicion of terrorism, their lawyer said. A Yugoslav military court dropped all the cases against British police officers Adrian Prangnell and John Yore, and Canadian Liam Hall, their Belgrade lawyer Ivan Jankovic said. Jankovic said the military judge ordered three of the men to be released. Another Canadian, Hall's uncle, Shaun Going, was still held on a charge of possession of explosives-related material, but Jankovic added that he expected Going to be released after an appeal by the defence lawyers on Monday. British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook welcomed the move as a sign that Yugoslavia's new government "is prepared to live within the rule of law". Prangnell and Yore were detained on July 31 on the border between Montenegro and Kosovo. They were on their way back to Kosovo where they were training local police for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). Going is the owner and director of Meridian Resources, a Canadian company involved in construction work in Kosovo. He was on a short vacation with Hall, his nephew, when they were arrested. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I'll probably go to the first bar we can find and and have a large drink to celebrate what is a stupendously happy day for us." SUPER CAPTION: Adrian Prangnell, Released Prisoner SOUNDBITE: (English) Liam Hall "I'm more than happy to be out. I respect the fact that there had to be an investigation , and it took longer than we thought. I'm happy to be out, and to just get on with my life." SUPER CAPTION: Liam Hall, Released Prisoner SOUNDBITE: (English) "All the criminal investigation against the two Brits Mr Adrian Prangnell and Mr Yore and Mr Liam, the Canadian, have been terminated, closed and they have been released because the military prosecutor has dropped all charges which he has against them. So they're now released, and we are proceeding to the police station where they will get a proper exit visa and they will be on their way home, whether today or tomorrow that is not yet certain. Mr Shaun Going will remain here, I think, for a short while because, most likely there will be official indictment for him, under a very minor criminal offence, which is much less than this one, he has been facing so far.. that is for "unauthorised carrying parts of mining equipment". This is more likely to be cleared some time early next week. So there will be more news on that by his lawyer.." SUPER CAPTION: Djordje Djurisic, Defence Lawyer You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f290a9f2887dfff124b89d960f6dfd36 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Albanian children go to Belgrade to testify in war crimes trial

Albanian children go to Belgrade to testify in war crimes trial

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1. Wide shot exterior District Court 2. Mid shot entrance to court 3. Close up sign reading "District Court in Belgrade" 4. Doors to court and people entering 5. Close up people walking in 6. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Djordje Kalanj, Sasa Cvjetan's lawyer: "Yes, they (the children) have recognised (the accused). But we will question these identifications since his (Cvjetan's) photographs were all over the newspapers and TV, so he was easily recognisable. He could have been seen there. The strength of this evidence should not be admissable." 7. Policeman guarding the entrance of the courthouse garage 8. Motorcade of jeeps driving through the garage gates with witnesses inside, gates close behind them 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Natasa Kandic, legal counseller for witnesses: "Today with Albanian witnesses, with the children and their father, the court, the judges, the audience, the public opinion will understand what happened in Podujevo on 28 March 1999." 10. Cutaway wide Kandic 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Natasa Kandic, legal counseller for witnesses: "They were relaxed, they didn't feel any fear, they responded to all the questions, and after that they had the opportunity to see a group of men and to recognise somebody of them, to say 'this man' or to recognise or to say they cannot recognise them. All of them succeeded in recognising the accused, telling that, two of the children said that they didn't see that he had weapons shooting at them but he was present in the garden at the time of the killing, and two children confirmed that they saw him with weapons directly at them." 12. Kandic entering the courthouse STORYLINE: Five ethnic Albanian children, survivors of a 1999 massacre in Kosovo, arrived in Belgrade on Wednesday on the final stage of their journey from England, to testify at the war crimes trial of a Serb paramilitary officer. The children were driven to a Belgrade courthouse in jeeps with dark-tinted windows, under top police security and shielded from cameras. Four years after surviving the March 28, 1999 rampage by Serb troops in the town of Podujevo that left 19 dead, their testimony is an important step in efforts by the authorities to prosecute those responsible for atrocities in the Serbian province. The trial of policeman Sasa Cvjetan started in October in southern Serbia and moved to Belgrade after the defence challenged the authority of the local court. Natasa Kandic, legal counseller of the children, told how the children had all identified Cvjetan in an identity parade as present at the killings, although not all of the witnesses saw him take part in the killing. But Cvjetan's lawyer, Djordje Kalanj, argued that the children could have recognised Cvjetan from the television or newspapers, and that their testimonies were therefore unreliable. Cvjetan, along with another officer, Dejan Demirovic, who remains at large and is being tried in absentia, has been charged with war crimes aganst civilians. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/95b46a30d1bf68d33fba0b54b3582f0e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Serbian basketball player wanted in US arrested in Belgrade

Serbian basketball player wanted in US arrested in Belgrade

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++DAY SHOTS++ 1. Exterior of main Belgrade police station 2. Close-up of police station sign 3. Petar Kovacevic, father of Serbian basketball player Miladin Kovacevic walking towards police station 4. Cameraman outside police station 5. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Borivoje Borovic, Miladin Kovacevic's lawyer: "He (Miladin Kovacevic) defended himself with silence for the inflicted severe bodily harm because the prosecutor did not present any written documentation related to American justice system, nor provided any evidence of medical report of the victim. The prosecutor did not present any statements, so it is not clear on which ground is prosecution acting." 6. Borovic and Petar Kovacevic talking to reporters ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 7. Vehicle carrying Miladin Kovacevic leaving police station FILE: Vrbas, 18 August 2008 8. Various of Miladin Kovacevic during training session (wearing grey vest) STORYLINE: A Serbian basketball player who fled the United States after a bar brawl that left a fellow student in a coma was arrested on Tuesday in Belgrade, police said. Miladin Kovacevic was detained on suspicion that he "inflicted severe bodily harm" on Bryan Steinhauer during the fight in a bar in upstate New York last May. The arrest followed a decision earlier this month by US authorities to hand over a file on Kovacevic's case to the Serbian judiciary, a spokesman for Serbia's prosecution office, told The Associated Press. Serbia has refused to extradite Kovacevic to the United States, saying its laws do not allow it. The case has strained relations between the two countries. It was not immediately clear if or when 21-year-old Kovacevic, would be formally charged in Serbia. He is to be questioned by an investigative judge who will decide whether to keep him in prison and open a formal investigation. Kovacevic's lawyer, Borivoje Borovic, said Kovacevic has been detained for questioning. Borovic also said that the prosecutor had not presented any "written documentation related to American justice system", nor had he provided "any evidence of victim's medical report". Borovic added that it was not clear on which ground prosecution acted. Kovacevic's father, Petar, told the AP that his son voluntarily went to a police station for questioning. Serbia's police media office said that a former Serbian consul in New York also was arrested on Tuesday. The consul allegedly helped Kovacevic by providing emergency travel documents that helped the 21-year-old flee the US last June. Both the ex-consul and Kovacevic are suspected of forging the travel documents, officials said. Kovacevic, who played basketball for Binghamton University in upstate New York, jumped bail after being charged with assault. Steinhauer, 22, only recently emerged from a coma. Kovacevic has signed a contract to play for a basketball team in a regional Serbian league. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/26c5100acc97b47d7d4f0f1e386a528f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Belgrade Xarelto Lawyer & Attorney - Montana

Belgrade Xarelto Lawyer & Attorney - Montana

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Belgrade Personal Injury Lawyer, Montana   Helios Legal Group

Belgrade Personal Injury Lawyer, Montana Helios Legal Group

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Call the Helios Legal Group's personal injury lawsuit hotline 24/7 at (888) 409-9144 for a free, no obligation consultation. We are here to help! UPDATE - We are now taking ovarian cancer from the use of talcum powder (baby powder) cases. Johnson & Johnson is the largest seller of the talc products in question, but there are other manufacturers. If you have used baby powder, and have developed ovarian cancer, please call us right away. Personal Injury Summary - A personal injury incident can result in serious injuries and liability for the parties involved. If the personal injury incident is bad enough, or the injuries are serious enough, it may be necessary to get a lawyer or attorney involved. It may be necessary to file a lawsuit against the person who caused the accident or injuries. If you are injured through no fault of your own, you may have a legal case or legal claim that can result in a settlement for monetary damages. The law is on your side, but there are time limits that govern how long you have to file a claim, and other restrictions. You need to consult a lawyer or attorney so that they can decide the merits of your legal case. The Helios Legal Group is here to help. Personal Injury Video Transcript - Have you or a loved one suffered a personal injury? Many people have a personal injury case and don’t even realize it. The Helios Legal Group can help you get the compensation you deserve. Personal injury cases can include: Motor Vehicle Accidents Workers' Compensation Social Security Disability Veterans Disability Medical Malpractice Birth Injuries, Birth Defects, Cerebral Palsy, and Erb’s Palsy Dangerous Drugs Defective Products Premises Liability such as Slip and Falls, and Dog Bites Mesothelioma and Asbestos Wrongful Death Railroad Worker Injuries or FELA claims If you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury in any of these areas, our experienced intake specialists are here to help you. Call our personal injury hotline for a free, no obligation consultation right now! Other personal injury cases of interest, along with common use, and issue - Zofran - control of nausea/vomiting in pregnancy - fetal birth defects Talcum Powder (Baby Powder) - female genital hygiene - ovarian cancer Xarelto - blood thinner - severe internal bleeding Testosterone / Low-T - hypogonadism (low testosterone) - cardiac problems Actos - diabetes control - bladder cancer SSRI Anti-depressants - depression control - birth defects, cardiovascular disease, suicide General Motors (GM) - ignition defect - sudden loss of power, brakes, steering, airbags Granuflo / Naturalyte - supplements for use in dialysis - alkalosis, cardiovascular injury Lipitor - high cholesterol - diabetes Morcellator - device used laproscopically to mince and evacuate cervical fibroids - uterine cancer, abdominal cancer Risperdal - schizophrenia, bipolar, autism control - development of breasts in boys Transvaginal (pelvic, surgical) mesh - pelvic organ prolapse - incontinence, abdominal pain, infection, migration, embedding Acetaminophen (Tylenol) - pain relief - liver failure Bard IVC Filters - prevent clots traveling from lower legs to lungs - migration, embedding Essure IUD - pregnancy prevention - migration, failure, adverse reactions Abilify anti-psychotic - compulsive behavior, gambling Taxotere - chemotherapy - permanent hair loss
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WRAP Exteriors of Schiphol airport, intv with Marco's lawyer, cardiologist intv.

WRAP Exteriors of Schiphol airport, intv with Marco's lawyer, cardiologist intv.

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SHOTLIST Schiphol airport morgue, near Amsterdam 1. Wide of security at Schiphol airport 2. Close up sign reading: "Mortuarium Schiphol" 3. Medium shot of security, pan to media waiting at airport Schiphol airport 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Branko Rakic, legal adviser to Milosevic family: "The funeral should take place in Belgrade, and we would like it to take place on Saturday, but it depends still partly on the authorities and we can't say for sure, because for them it's a political issue and they might interfere (with) the decision of the family. (Q: Then the funeral would be in Moscow?) "In case... if the conditions are unacceptable, then of course it will be elsewhere, of course." 5. Medium shot of security The Hague 6. Russian cardiologist arriving for interview 7. SOUNDBITE (English): Leo Bokeria, Director of Russia's Bakulev Cardio-Vascular Centre: "There were not any typical signs which might be showing the poisoning, so at the moment, this preliminary diagnosis looks like I mentioned, but the microscopic evaluation needs about three months. So we have to wait, but I don't think that it will be changed because in general this is (a) typical death, where the patient has such a pathology, with high pressure." 8. White frame 9. SOUNDBITE (English): Leo Bokeria, Director of Russia's Bakulev Cardio-Vascular Centre: "That's my opinion, that his death was preventable. Absolutely. Because he had a pathology which is treated at any place in the world at the moment." 10. White frame 11. SOUNDBITE (English): Leo Bokeria, Director of Russia's Bakulev Cardio-Vascular Centre: "When we explained to them that if a patient feels bad and there is anatomic changes, which were known, this means that either he goes to the invalidation - invalidisation - or he dies. And that's what's happened to patient Milosevic." 12. Various of Russian delegation leaving STORYLINE: Security was tight as Slobodan Milosevic's remains were to be flown back to Belgrade on Wednesday for a funeral in Serbia, ending days of speculation over where the ex-Yugoslav leader would be buried. His body, kept overnight in a morgue at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport, was to be boarded on a Jat Airways flight for the two-hour flight. Legal adviser to Milosevic family Branko Rakic told the Associated Press on Wednesday that the funeral was likely to be held in Belgrade, but much still depended on the authorities. "We can't say for sure, because for them it's a political issue and they might interfere into (with) the decision of the family," Rakic said. Slobodan Milosevic died on Saturday at the age of 64. He was in his cell at the time in The Hague, and his death formally ended his UN trial on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity. Earlier on Wednesday, Milorad Vucelic, vice president of Milosevic's Socialist Party, said in Belgrade that he and other party officials would welcome the former president's remains at the Belgrade airport on Wednesday. Exact funeral details would be worked out later Wednesday, he said, but a party official told the AP he would be buried in his hometown, Pozarevac, about 50 kilometres east of Belgrade. Vucelic said the late ex-leader's body may be put on public display before the funeral. Earlier on Wednesday in the Hague, a Russian forensic said that Milosevic's death could have been prevented. "That's my opinion, that his death was preventable. Absolutely. Because he had a pathology which is treated at any place in the world at the moment," said Leo Bokeria, Director of Russia's Bakulev Cardio-Vascular Centre. The doctors had originally asked to conduct a second post-mortem but Bokeria later said appeals for an examination of the body were denied. Bokeria and his colleagues later left to return to Moscow. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f6b4ee29c83acf0e5f5970fb19d78a77 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Divorce Lawyer Belgrade MO - Schedule A Consultation Today!

Divorce Lawyer Belgrade MO - Schedule A Consultation Today!

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Looking for a Good divorce Lawyer in Belgrade MO? The traditional function of a divorce lawyer was that of an advocate representing a customer in a legal proceeding that would end in the dissolution of a marital relationship. For years, fault needed to be credited to one party or the other in order for a court to release an order. Grounds such as infidelity, ruthlessness, desertion, or psychological health problem needed to be established throughout a trial; even if the parties were in contract that the relationship must end, attorneys practicing domestic relations needed to undertake an adversarial position in order to acquire judicial approval. Needless to state, this typically turned a friendly circumstance into a contentious one.
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