Conviction of the applicant by the Second Instance Court, following an appeal brought by the Prosecutor in an acquittal decision. The court has violated the principle of fair trial because it did not re-examine the co-defendants and witnesses, but was content with their initial statements.
JUDGMENT Júlíus Þór Sigurþórsson v. Iceland 16.07.2019 (no. 38797/17) see here SUMMARY Unfair competition, criminal conviction. The applicant was accused of unfair competition on collusion between corporate materials prices. He was acquitted at first instance but the Prosecutor appealed. The Second Instance Court, although was requested, did not re-examined the co-defendants and witnesses, but relied […]