The BiH Court War Crimes Chamber in Sarajevo, presided by local judge Hilmo Vučinić, rendered a guilty sentence on 29 July 2008 convicting seven defendants, former members of the Republic of Srpska Ministry of Interior, for genocide committed against Muslims in Srebrenica. The primary defendant Miloš Stupar was sentenced to 40 years of imprisonment, Milenko Trifunović to 42, Aleksandar Radovanović to 42, Brano Džinić to 42, Slobodan Jakovljević to 40, Branislav Medan to 40, and Petar Mitrović to 38 years of imprisonment. Velibor Maksimović, Dragiša Živanović, Milovan Matić, and Miladin Stevanović were acquitted of all charges.
The verdict rendered by the Osijek County Court [7 July 2008] convicting Antun Gudelj to the maximum sentence of twenty years of imprisonment is only the first step towards the clarification of the murder of peacekeepers. The state is obliged to investigate whether the murder of Josip Reihl Kir, Goran Zobundžija, and Milan Knežević and the attempted murder of Mirko Tubić were planned in order to obstruct negotiations and possible multinational solution as an alternative to the war. We would like to remind that the negotiators were killed on 1 July 1991, just prior to the escalation of the war in Croatia.
On 6 June 2008 Priština District Court International Trial Chamber, presided by international judge Hajnalk Karpati, found Florim Ejupi guilty of terrorism for his role in an a attack on the Niš-Express bus in Livadice in the vicinity of Podujevo on 16 February 2001 in which 11 Serbs were killed and 46 wounded, and convicted him to 40 years in prison.
The trial of two Croatian generals, Rahim Ademi and Mirko Norac, for crimes committed against civilians and prisoners of war in theMedak Pocket was conducted with efficiency and a high degree of professionalism; the Presiding Judge prevented the politicisation of the trial and gave the victims who participated in the trial dignity. However, the verdict reached on 30 May 2008, though it established that war crimes against Serbian civilians and prisoners of war had been committed in 1993, ignored the facts pointing to the responsibility of the defendants.
Pred Sudom BiH u Sarajevu 14.08.2007. godine završeno je suđenje Bobanu Šimšiću, bivšem pripadniku MUP-a Republike Srpske, optuženom za krivično delo zločin protiv čovečnosti. Sud je utvrdio krivičnu odgovornost optuženog i osudio ga je na 14 godina zatvora. Ovo je ponovljeno suđenje nakon ukidanja prvostepene presude od strane veća Apelacionog odjeljenja Odjela I za ratne zločine. Suđenje je počelo 14.09.2005. godine a završeno je donošenjem pravosnažne presude 14.08.2007. godine. Optužnicu je podigao Ibro Bulić, tužilac Tužilaštva BiH u Sarajevu. Optuženog je branio Veljko Čivša, advokat iz Sokoca.