The Guarantees for Accused Persons Under Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights : An Analysis of the Application of the Convention and a Comparison with Other Instruments
This book is the first to make an in-depth analysis of the case law, and goes on to compare the European Convention cases with decisions which have arisen from the interpretation of other international instruments. The author's careful, meticulous research reveals that Article 6 has been interpreted in such a way that the standards required for proceedings designated under national law as criminal, are different than the standards applied to disciplinary and other administrative proceedings. The book goes on to attempt to identify the judicial policy pursued by the European Court and Commission when construing Article 6, while proposing a fresh approach to the problems raised by the applications of the detailed guarantees of the provisions in proceedings of a widely varied nature.
Dr Stavros has been a member of the Athens Bar since 1987. He is currently employed as a legal expert by the Directorate of European Communities Affairs of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
- Hardback | 390 pages
- 155 x 235 x 28.19mm | 762g
- 15 Jan 1993
- Dordrecht, Netherlands
- 1993 ed.
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Table of contents
1. General Principles.
2. The Rights of the Accused at the Pre-Indictment Stage.
3. The Right to Proceedings of Reasonable Length.
4. The Right of the Accused to a Judicial Determination of the Charges Against Him.
5. The Character of the Adjudicating Organ.
6. The Trial Hearing.
A. The Right of the Accused to be Informed of the Charges Against Him.
B. The Right to Adequate Time and Facilities for the Preparation of One's Defence.
C. The Right to an Adversarial, Oral and Public Hearing.
D. The Right of the Accused to be Tried in his Presence.
E. The Right to Legal Assistance.
The Right to Free Assistance of an Interpreter. H. The Right to an Adequately Reasoned and Publicy Pronounced Judgment.
I. The Presumption of Innocence and Several Issues Connected with the Conclusion of the Proceedings.
J. Proceedings in Absentia.
7. The Right of Appeal.
8. The Standard of Fairness for the Appellate Process and for Certain Post-Convictional Remedies.
9. Non Bis in Idem and the Effects of Criminal Judgments on Related Civil Proceedings.
10. Compensation for Miscarriages of Justice. 3: The Standard of Fairness for Quasi-Criminal Proceedings.
4: Conclusions. 1. A More Rationalized Approach to the Problems Raised by the Detailed Character of Article 6.
2. A Fair Balancing of the Rights of the Individual and the Interests of the State in the Context of Article 6?
Appendix 1: Test of Provisions Discussed.
Appendix 2: List of Cases Cited.
Appendix 3: Selected Bibliography.