Miris document ID: 1095253003812
Author: European Court of Human Rights
Language: English
Source: European Court of Human Rights
Country: Hungary
Category: judgment/decision
Government level: International
Guiding principle: The Court held that the Hungarian Government was unable to provide any plausible explanation for the cause of the applicant's injuries, and that it was believable that they were inflicted in police custody. Consequently, the Court found a violation of Article 3 of the Convention, but on the same facts held that there was no violation of Articles 13, 6 and 14.
Date of judgement: 2004-7-20
Document number: 47940/99
Official version: yes
Legally binding: yes
Subject areas: identity; fair trial; non-discrimination; administrative authorities
Minority groups: Roma/Gypsies
Related laws: Code of Criminal Procedure

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