Content tagged with A4P7: Right not to be tried or punished twice
Resource | Case Summary | 2 Oct 2019 | By Kristin Lyaskova
A man who was administratively fined and then criminally convicted and sentenced for refusing to undergo a blood test following a positive breathalyser test was tried twice for the same offence.
Resource | Case Summary | 17 Oct 2017 | By Harriet Bland
Political activist Alexei Navalny, and his brother, Oleg Navalny, an entrepreneur, were convicted of fraud and money laundering by a Russian court on 30 December 2014. Alexei received a suspended sentence of three and a half years.
Resource | Case Summary | 11 Dec 2012
Cases No. 3653/05, 14729/05, 20908/05, 26242/05, 36083/05 and 16519/06 Judgment date: 11 December 2012 The eleven applicants were participants in, or were alleged to be organisers of, an unauthorised demonstration in Baku on 16 October 2003 against the 2003 presidential election results. According to reports, as the crowd of protestors had marched towards the main city square, they had damaged cars, […]
Resource | Case Summary | 10 Feb 2009
Case No. 14939/03 Judgment date: 10 February 2009 On 4 January 2002, the applicant was taken to Voronezh-45 police station in order to establish how he had managed to take his girlfriend into a restricted military compound (Voronezh is a large city in southwest Russia). At the police station he was verbally abusive towards the personnel and was taken to the office of […]