The right to a fair trial

According to European standards, the right to a fair trial implies that any person is entitled to the judgment to take place publicly, to benefit from an equitable judgment in a reasonable time, and the Court to be impartial and independent, established by law.

The European Court of human rights published Guide on the right to a fair trial, analyzing the civil aspect of the provisions of article 6 of the European Convention on human rights, in the light of its own jurisprudence

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Right to respect for private life

The right to privacy is guaranteed by article 8 of the The European Convention on human rights and involves protecting private life and family, and the home and correspondence, without undue mixing of State authorities.

Fact sheet on the right to your own theme picture provides basic information concerning the jurisprudence of the European Court of human rights in this matter.

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