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This document is part of the Open Society Justice Initiative's Arrest Rights Toolkit, a resource for criminal lawyers, prosecutors, judges, and police—all those who play a role in ensuring that the rights of people accused of crimes are respected.
This document is part of the Open Society Justice Initiative's Arrest Rights Toolkit, a resource for criminal lawyers, prosecutors, judges, and police—all those who play a role in ensuring that the rights of people accused of crimes are respected.
This document is part of the Open Society Justice Initiative's Arrest Rights Toolkit, a resource for criminal lawyers, prosecutors, judges, and police—all those who play a role in ensuring that the rights of people accused of crimes are respected.
This document is part of the Open Society Justice Initiative's Arrest Rights Toolkit, a resource for criminal lawyers, prosecutors, judges, and police—all those who play a role in ensuring that the rights of people accused of crimes are respected.
The Open Society Justice Initiative believes that litigation can be used to reinforce the fundamental human rights that underpin an open and just society.
The Open Society Justice Initiative believes that litigation can be used to reinforce the fundamental human rights that underpin an open and just society.
The Open Society Justice Initiative believes that litigation can be used to reinforce the fundamental human rights that underpin an open and just society.
The European Court of Human Rights has notified on 9th of april in writing the following eight Chamber judgments, none of which is final.
The European Court of Human Rights has notified on 9th of april in writing the following eight Chamber judgments, none of which is final.