A practitioner's guide to the European Convention on Human Rights
"A Practitioner' Guide to the European Convention on Human Rights is the ultimate source of guidance and reference on this area of law. The work explains the principles of the Convention as well as providing guidance on the practices and procedures involved in bringing a case before the Court."--BOOK JACKET.
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Table of Cases
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Table of Legislation
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access to court alleged appeal applicant applicant's April April 26 arrest Article 14 assessment Austria authorities Belgium beneﬁt breach circumstances civil claim Commission found complaints concerning considered context Convention organs conviction Council of Europe Court found criminal December December 18 December 9 decision detention difﬁculties domestic courts domestic law ECHR effective expulsion extradition fact February February 21 ﬁle ﬁnd ﬁnding ﬁne ﬁrst FOVJS France freedom Germany Government Greece guarantees hearing interference Ireland issues Italy judge judicial July June June 28 justiﬁed Key case law lack legal aid March margin of appreciation measures Netherlands November November 28 obligation October October 24 offence ofﬁcer ofﬁcial paragraph pending person police prison procedural proceedings protection Protocol provision reasonable refusal regard relevant remedy respect restrictions risk safeguards sentence September September 27 Series signiﬁcant speciﬁc sufﬁcient Sweden Switzerland transsexual treatment Turkey United Kingdom violation of Article