Article 6 – Par. 3

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The importance of examining witnesses for a fair trial

JUDGMENT Asani v. ” the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia” 01.02.2018 (no. 27962/10) see here SUMMARY  Complaint for the non-examination of key witnesses in a homicide trial. Sentenced by national courts for life imprisonment and appeal before the ECtHR. Violation of the right to a fair trial and the right to invite and witness witnesses. No […]

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Interdiction on asking questions from a defendant’s lawyer to a co-defendant violates the right to fair trial and witnesses

JUDGMENT  Kuchta v. Poland 23.01.2018 (no. 58683/08) see here SUMMARY  Prohibition to put questions to a co-defendant by the defendant – plaintiff. The co-defendant’s testimony was decisive for the applicant’s case. Violation of the right to witnesses and fair trial. (Article 6 §§ 1 and 3 (d)). PROVISIONS  Article 6 § 1 Article 6 § […]

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The absence of witnesses, the violation of the fair trial and the great importance of the repetition of the proceedings

JUDGMENT  Zadumov v. Russia 12.12.2017 (no. 2257/12) see here   SUMMARY  Conviction for deliberate manslaughter without examining the main category witness. Violation of the right to a fair trial. Violation as sufficient fair satisfaction. The most appropriate form of legal remedy for a full reinstatement of the violation of the right to a fair trial is […]

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The inability to examine a basic witness from the accused consists of a deficit for the fair trial

JUDGMENT Daştan v. Turkey 10/10/2017 (no. 37272/08) see here SUMMARY  Life imprisonment for involvement in an illegal organization. Absence of a basic witness and inability of the accused to investigate and challenge his allegations in the criminal proceedings. Violation of the right of the accused to examine the witness. PROVISION  Article 6 par. 3d PRINCIPAL […]

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Excessive length of preliminary investigation and entitlement to legal assistance in the preliminary examination

JUDGMENT Kalēja v. Latvia  5/10/2017 (no. 22059/08) see here SUMMARY  Entitlement of a witness to a preliminary examination. Excessive length of the preliminary examination and no legal assistance at this stage in the absence of accusation against him. Infringement of the right to a fair trial regarding the duration of the investigation, but no violation […]

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The testimony of the victim in the pre-trial is not enough to convict the accused. His presence in the audience is required.

JUDGMENT Cafagna v. Italy 12/10/2017 (no. 26073/13) see here SUMMARY Robbery on the street. The victim testified before the police and identified the accused by photographers. In the audience, the witness never appeared, despite the accused’s wish to examine him. The witness was of unknown residence and could not be found. Thus neither the Court […]

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The strict detention regime and the inconvenience of prisoners in serving the sentence violate the ECHR

JUDGMENT Simeonovi v. Bulgaria 12-5-2017 (no.  21980/04)  see here  SUMMARY Inhuman and degrading treatment due to the combination of a strict framework for the applicant’s life imprisonment and the wretched conditions of detention of Bulgarian prisons. The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights found a violation of Article 3 of the ECHR. […]

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