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Pre-Trial Detention (Measure F) (85 Entries)

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CASE DATE:
Tuesday, 26 Mar 2013
STATE:
Serbia
OUTCOME:
No Violation
SUBJECT MATTER:

Right to liberty and security. Trial within a reasonable time.



CASE DATE:
Tuesday, 19 Mar 2013
STATE:
Hungary
OUTCOME:
Violation of Article 5
SUBJECT MATTER:

Right to liberty and security. Lawful arrest or detention. Length of pre-trial detention. Reasonableness of pre-trial detention. Release pending trial. Trial within a reasonable time. Review of lawfulness of detention. Exhaustion of domestic remedies.



CASE DATE:
Thursday, 7 Mar 2013
STATE:
Germany
OUTCOME:
No Violation fo Article 5.
SUBJECT MATTER:

Right to liberty and security. Trial within a reasonable time. Admissibility criteria. Proportionality.



CASE DATE:
Tuesday, 27 Nov 2012
STATE:
Russia
OUTCOME:
Violation of Articles 3, 5 , and 13.
SUBJECT MATTER:

Degrading treatment Inhuman treatment; Reasonableness of pre-trial detention



CASE DATE:
Tuesday, 13 Nov 2012
STATE:
Russia
OUTCOME:
SUBJECT MATTER:

Lawful arrest or detention Procedure prescribed by law; Lawful arrest or detention; Length of pre-trial detention.


  • DETAIL:

    Applicant contracted tuberculosis during his detention in the remand prison;Pre-trial detention had been unlawful and unreasonably long;There had been shortcomings in the proceedings concerning the review of the lawfulness of his detention.


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