Procedural Rights

The most up-to-date and relevant documents, press releases, academic comment, legislation, and case-law is collated and organised here in this fully-searchable central storage space. Here you can get an overall sense of the information available in the area of procedural rights or quickly find a specific document.

Stockholm Program—Swedish Procedural Rights Roadmap

Right to Information (Measure B)


Submissions & Publications

This section presents the reports produced by JUSTICIA European Rights Network on topics related to the right to information.

Procedural Rights Directives of the EU: An Explanatory Guide

This explanatory guide to the adopted Procedural Rights Directives covers the Right to Interpretation and Translation; the Right to Information, and the Right to Access a Lawyer. The guide summarises the rights and obligations contained within the adopted Procedural Rights Directives.

  • Author: JUSTICIA European Rights Network
  • Document Date: Wed, December 31, 2014
  • File: Download File
English Know Your Rights to Information on Criminal Charges

This pack outlines the second measure of the “Swedish Roadmap”, i.e. the Directive on the Right to Information in Criminal Proceedings. It details what information an accused and suspected person is entitled to receive throughout the criminal proceedings from the investigation stage until the final decision of whether or not the accused or suspected person has actually committed the crime in question. This pack also outlines the format that this information should take. This booklet is the first of a new JUSTICIA Know Your Rights Guide series on the EU criminal justice area.

Czech Know Your Rights to Information on Criminal Charges

This pack, translated into Czech, outlines the second measure of the “Swedish Roadmap”, i.e. the Directive on the Right to Information in Criminal Proceedings. It details what information an accused and suspected person is entitled to receive throughout the criminal proceedings from the investigation stage until the final decision of whether or not the accused or suspected person has actually committed the crime in question. This pack also outlines the format that this information should take. This booklet is the first of a new JUSTICIA Know Your Rights Guide series on the EU criminal justice area.

Greek Know Your Rights to Information on Criminal Charges

This pack, translated into Greek, outlines the second measure of the “Swedish Roadmap”, i.e. the Directive on the Right to Information in Criminal Proceedings. It details what information an accused and suspected person is entitled to receive throughout the criminal proceedings from the investigation stage until the final decision of whether or not the accused or suspected person has actually committed the crime in question. This pack also outlines the format that this information should take. This booklet is the first of a new JUSTICIA Know Your Rights Guide series on the EU criminal justice area.

Latvian Know Your Rights to Information on Criminal Charges

This pack, translated into Latvian, outlines the second measure of the “Swedish Roadmap”, i.e. the Directive on the Right to Information in Criminal Proceedings. It details what information an accused and suspected person is entitled to receive throughout the criminal proceedings from the investigation stage until the final decision of whether or not the accused or suspected person has actually committed the crime in question. This pack also outlines the format that this information should take. This booklet is the first of a new JUSTICIA Know Your Rights Guide series on the EU criminal justice area.

Polish Know Your Rights to Information on Criminal Charges

This pack, translated into Polish, outlines the second measure of the “Swedish Roadmap”, i.e. the Directive on the Right to Information in Criminal Proceedings. It details what information an accused and suspected person is entitled to receive throughout the criminal proceedings from the investigation stage until the final decision of whether or not the accused or suspected person has actually committed the crime in question. This pack also outlines the format that this information should take. This booklet is the first of a new JUSTICIA Know Your Rights Guide series on the EU criminal justice area.

Spanish Know Your Rights to Information on Criminal Charges

This pack, translated into Spanish, outlines the second measure of the “Swedish Roadmap”, i.e. the Directive on the Right to Information in Criminal Proceedings. It details what information an accused and suspected person is entitled to receive throughout the criminal proceedings from the investigation stage until the final decision of whether or not the accused or suspected person has actually committed the crime in question. This pack also outlines the format that this information should take. This booklet is the first of a new JUSTICIA Know Your Rights Guide series on the EU criminal justice area.

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