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The conviction for fatal road accident did not violate the ne bis in idem principle because there had previously been a conviction for driving violations. Criminal prosecutions are complementary.

JUDGMENT Bajčić v. Croatia 08.10.2020 (app. no.  67334/13) see here  SUMMARY The case concerned the applicant’s complaint that he had been tried and punished twice for the same driving offence. In particular, he had first been convicted in minor offence proceedings for speeding and later on in criminal proceedings for causing a fatal road accident. […]

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Disciplinary punishment of isolation of a detainee for 14 days. Isolation did not amount to further deprivation of his liberty. No violation

JUDGMENT Stoyan Krastev v. Bulgaria 06.10.2020 (app. no.  1009/12) see here  SUMMARY A disciplinary sentence for a detainee for being held in solitary confinement for 14 days due to a fight with a detainee during a generalized conflict in prisons. The applicant was serving a 3-year prison sentence. Strasbourg pointed out that in order to […]

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Formulation of guilt of the accused in a decision for temporary detention and before trial in substance. Violation of the presumption of innocence

JUDGMENT Grubnyk v. Ukraine 17.09.2020 (app.no. 58444/15) see here   SUMMARY Presumption of innocence. Temporary detention of a suspect, the right to liberty and security of a dangerous criminal as opposed to the public’s right to protection from violent attacks. The applicant was arrested for his involvement in a terrorist attack. The charge was amended to […]

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Immobilization of a mentally ill person in a hospital bed for 23 hours. Continuation of the measure of physical restraint without sufficient justification, violated the ECHR.

JUDGMENT Aggerholm v. Denmark 15-9-2020 (app. no. 45439/18) see here  SUMMARY The case concerned a complaint by a schizophrenic man about being strapped to a restraint bed in a psychiatric hospital for nearly 23 hours, one of the longest periods of such immobilisation ever examined by the European Court. Given the context and the applicant’s […]

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Torture by police officers that led to the death of a prisoner and a faulty investigation. Violation of the right to life and the prohibition of torture

JUDGMENT Satybalova and others v. Russia 30.06.2020 (app. no. 79947/12) see here   SUMMARY Torture by police. Involvement of serious bodily injuries and death of a victim. Right to life. Prohibition of torture. Right to freedom and security. The applicant’s relative, for refusing to obey police orders, was forcibly dragged to the police station, illegally […]

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Prosecution statements for violation of activists’ offenses before trial. Use of the toilet from a detainee in the presence of a male police officer! Violation of the presumption of innocence and privacy

JUDGMENT Yunusova and  Yunusov v. Azerbaijan  16.07.202  (no. 2) (app. no. 68817/14) see here SUMMARY Defenders of Human Rights and heaps of violations against them. Protection from the Court. The applicants are activists, members of NGOs that aim to promote dialogue between civil society. They had been summoned as witnesses in a third-party trial and […]

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Failure to provide medical care to detainees constitutes inhumane and degrading treatment.

JUDGMENT Kadagishvili v. Georgia 14.05.2020 ( no. 12391/06) see here   SUMMARY Failure to provide medical care to detainees in accordance with their health problems is inhumane and degrading treatment. Detention of detainees and conditions of a fair trial. The first and third applicants were convicted of money laundering and held in high-security prisons. They […]

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Keeping prisoner in solitary confinement did not constitute inhuman and degrading treatment in breach of the Convention

JUDGMENT Astruc v. France 14.05.2020 (no. 5499/15) see here SUMMARY The case concerned the applicant’s complaint that he was kept in solitary confinement, while imprisoned on remand, after hospital treatment. The measure sought to clarify how the applicant was procuring unauthorised items while in prison and to prevent this from continuing. The Court noted that, […]

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Detention conditions in Russia. Adoption of a new legislation to compensate detainees for detention conditions after the Court’s convictions!

JUDGMENT Shmelev and others v. Russia 09.04.2020 (no. 41743/17 and 16 others) see here SUMMARY The case  concerned a new law introduced in Russia at the end of 2019 in response to the European Court of Human Right’s leading judgments on improper conditions of detention. The law allows prisoners to claim compensation for inadequate conditions […]

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