Four Fundamental Procedural Rights in Criminal Proceedings Throughout the European Union
Ghent University - Department of Penal Law and Criminology
July 28, 2009
Maastricht Faculty of Law Working Paper, Forthcoming
This is a draft chapter for a study that aims to update the study of T.N.B.M. Spronken, M. Attinger, Procedural Rights in criminal proceedings: Existing Level of Safeguards in the European Union, published on 12 December 2005. This chapter aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the ECtHR case law on four fundamental rights: right to information, right to legal advice, right to legal assistance free of charge, right to interpretation and translation. The study will be completed in September 2009.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 14
Keywords: fair trial, procedural rights in criminal proceedings, right to counsel, legal aid, right to interpretation
JEL Classification: K14working papers series
Date posted: July 29, 2009
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