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Inadequate detention conditions are degrading treatment. ECtHR proposals to restrict temporary detention

JUDGMENT Sukachov v. Ukraine 30.01.2020 (no.  14057/17) see here  SUMMARY Detention conditions, inhumane and degrading treatment. Systemic problem and ECHR intervention. The applicant was arrested in 2012 on charges of involvement in terrorist acts, and has been provisionally detained in a Ukrainian detention facility until 2018, when he was convicted and sentenced to 12 years […]

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The continued detention of a severely psychopathic criminal in a psychiatric detention center because he continues to pose a threat to public safety has not violated his right to liberty nor constitutes inhuman treatment.

JUDGMENT Maddalozzo v. Switzerland 16.01.2020 (no. 19338/18) see here  SUMMARY The case concerned an order for continued psychiatric detention after a prior five-year prison sentence. The order had been issued on 8 December 2016 by the post-sentencing court of the Canton of Geneva. The Court considered, first of all, that the applicant had been provided […]

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Overcrowded cells and the lack of heating consists degrading treatment of the prisoners. Prisoners’ online communication is prohibited due to the existence of other means of communication

JUDGMENT Ciupercescu v. Romania 07.01.2019 (no.  41995/14) see here SUMMARY Conditions of detention in prison and degrading treatment. The applicant has been sentenced to 11 years in prison in various Romanian prisons. He appealed before the domestic courts for detention conditions regarding overcrowding, cell size, humidity, delayed medical care, a ban on online chat with […]

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Late notification of hearing date: applicant was unable to reply to opinion of advocate-general at Court of Cassation. Violation of the ECHR

JUDGMENT Venet v. Belgium 22.10.2019 (no.  27703/16) see here  SUMMARY The case concerned proceedings in which Mr Venet unsuccessfully challenged his pre-trial detention. He complained that he had been unable to attend the Court of Cassation’s hearing on his appeal against his pre-trial detention or to respond to the submissions of the advocate-general, as he […]

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Ongoing detention of human rights defender violates the ECHR

JUDGMENT Kavala v. Turkey  10.12.2019 (no. 28749/18) see here SUMMARY In this case, Mr Kavala, a businessman who has been involved in setting up numerous nongovernmental organisations (“NGOs”) and civil-society movements which are active in promoting and protecting human rights, argued that his arrest and placement in pre-trial detention had been unjustified. The Court noted […]

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The illtreatment in prison by guards of a convict for sexually abusing a child constitutes inhumane and degrading treatment. The ineffective and incomplete investigation of his complaint constitutes a breach of the procedural limb of Article 3.

JUDGMENT Jevtović v, Serbia 03.12.2019 (no.  29896/14) see here  Prohibition of torture, ill-treatment limits and obligation to investigate. The applicant was convicted of sexually abusing a minor of only three years old. During his imprisonment, he was mistreated four times by guards. The authorities claimed that this was a justified attack in order to suppress […]

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The imposition of temporary detention pending a decision to extend a therapeutic measure despite the absence of a relevant provision violated the right to liberty and security. Proportional provisions are not permitted in respect of temporary detention.

JUDGMENT I.L. v. Switzerland 3.12.2019  (no.  72939/16) see here   SUMMARY Temporary detention, legal provision and restrictions. The applicant was sentenced to 14 months in prison and to therapeutic treatment. The execution of the prison sentence was suspended due to monitoring of the therapeutic measure. Five years after the implementation of the measure in question, the […]

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Detention in cells less than 3 sq. m., overcrowded, lack of hygiene and lack of heating in prisons. The Court obliges the state to adopt general measures to improve the situation.

JUDGMENT Petrescu v. Portugal 3-12-2019 (no. 23190/17) see here SUMMARY Degrading treatment of prisoners in prisons. Detention in a cell of less than 3 m,, overcrowding, lack of hygiene and no heating. The Court recommended that the Portuguese State should take general measures to improve the situation. According to the ECHR, measures must first be […]

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Reducing the penalty, instead of financial compensation, is an appropriate form of redress for unjustified detention.

JUDGMENT Porchet v. Switzerland  7.11.2019 (no.  36391/16) see here SUMMARY  The case concerned the applicant’s pre-trial detention in a 48-hour police custody facility and his compensation claim. By way of compensation for having unduly spent 16 days in an unsuitable facility, the applicant was granted a reduction of eight days in his prison sentence on […]

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