I posted the original article about the appeal of the Oric verdict a while ago; but this brief article from SENSE news gives more details into the prosecution and defense's appellate arguments.
Some legal questions:
I know there have been instances where the appeals court has reduced a sentence; but has there ever been a situation at the Hague where the appeals court has increased the time a defendant must serve?
Since in this particular case, Oric was sentenced to time served, if the appellete court finds that he should have been sentenced to longer than 2 years would he go to prison?
BTW: SENSE is always a great source for blurbs on the war crimes tribunal; they also include a tv show (in B/C/S) of court highlights.