The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, having conducted a regular two-month review of pre-trial custody, issued a Decision in the case of Jahja Vuković on 18 March 2021, terminating the pre-trial custody of the accused ordered and continued by Court’s Decisions dated, respectively, 27 October 2020 and 18 January 2021.
The accused is to be released forthwith upon surrendering to the Court of BiH all the valid travel documents issued to him, at his disposal or under his control, or supply proof that he does not possess such documents.
Pursuant to Articles 123, 126
The imposed prohibiting measures will last for as long as necessary, but may not exceed the date of finality of a judgment if the accused is not sentenced to imprisonment or until the referral to serve his sentence if the accused is sentenced to imprisonment, i.e. a different decision of the Court. Pursuant to Article 126b Paragraph 6 of the CPC BiH, the measures will be reviewed every two months. The Maglaj PS and the Border Police of Bosnia and Herzegovina will be responsible for the implementation of the imposed prohibiting measures.
The accused is warned that he will be ordered into pre-trial custody if he fails to comply with the measured imposed by the said decision.
The accused Jahja Vukovic is charged with the criminal offense of Organizing a Terrorist Group under Article 202d Paragraph 2 in conjunction with the criminal offense of Terrorism under Article 201 of the Criminal Code of BiH.