INTRODUCTION. The main issues in the present case are whether the domestic courts’ refusal to summon witnesses on the applicant’s behalf breached her rights under Article 6 §§ 1 and 3 (d) of the Convention
INTRODUCTION. The applicant complains that the obligation to present the entire divorce settlement (as opposed to an excerpt of it) in order to have his share of a real estate property transferred to his former wife amounted
INTRODUCTION. The case chiefly concerns the question whether the conviction of the applicant, a local politician, of minor hooliganism in relation to his placing a Santa Claus
Information Note on the Court’s case-law 249 March 2021 Ribcheva and Others v. Bulgaria – 37801/16, 39549/16 and 40658/16 Judgment 30.3.2021 [Section IV]
INTRODUCTION. The case concerns alleged breaches of Article 6 of the Convention and Article 1 of Protocol No. 1 to the Convention on account of the lack of adequate and sufficient reasoning in the domestic courts’
INTRODUCTION. The applications concern the alleged ill-treatment and death of the applicants’ relatives at the hands of State agents between 2007 and 2013 and the lack of an effective investigation thereof,
INTRODUCTION. The application concerns the applicant’s placement in a psychiatric facility for involuntary treatment. The applicant invokes Article 5 § 1 of the Convention.
INTRODUCTION. The application concerns the past disclosure of the applicant’s criminal record information and the amended disclosure regime which entered into force law after this Court’s judgment in M.M.
INTRODUCTION. The present case concerns the decision of the Russian courts to refuse the first applicant’s request for the return of the second applicant to Spain under the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects
INTRODUCTION. The case concerns the killing of the applicant’s two sons during a special operation carried out by State agents on 23 August 2016 in Goor‑Khindakh, Dagestan,