|EGMR, 03.10.2013 - 21613/07|
- Europäischer Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte
KASPAROV AND OTHERS v. RUSSIA
Art. 6, Art. 6 Abs. 1, Art. 11, Art. 11 Abs. 1, Art. 35, Art. 41 MRK
Remainder inadmissible Violation of Article 6 - Right to a fair trial (Article 6 - Administrative proceedings Article 6-1 - Fair hearing Equality of arms) Violation of Article 11 - Freedom of assembly and association (Article 11-1 - Freedom of peaceful assembly) Non-pecuniary damage - award (englisch)
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KARELIN v. RUSSIAThe Court has previously examined applications relating to the administrative offence proceedings under Russian law and found violations of Article 6 of the Convention, in particular on account of the fairness requirement (see Menesheva v. Russia, no. 59261/00, §§ 94-100, ECHR 2006-III; Malofeyeva, cited above, §§ 97-120; Kasparov and Others v. Russia, no. 21613/07, §§ 36-69, 3 October 2013; Nemtsov v. Russia, no. 1774/11, §§ 81-94, 31 July 2014; and Navalnyy and Yashin v. Russia, no. 76204/11, §§ 76-85, 4 December 2014).
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MIKHAYLOVA v. RUSSIAIndeed, the Court has previously concluded that the offence in question was of a general character (see Kasparov and Others v. Russia, no. 21613/07, § 42, 3 October 2013).
 See Kasparov and Others v. Russia, no. 21613/07, § 90, 3 October 2013, and Berladir and Others, cited above, § 61.
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NOVIKOVA AND OTHERS v. RUSSIAIn addition, where the relevant regulations serve as a basis for prosecuting for a "criminal offence" and/or imposing a "penalty", within the meanings of Articles 6 and 7 of the Convention, in relation to the exercise of one's rights under Article 10 or 11 (see Kasparov and Others v. Russia, no. 21613/07, §§ 39-45, 3 October 2013), the relevant offences and penalties must be clearly defined by law.
The Court accepts that the aim of "prevention of crime" in the sense of putting an end to punishable unlawful conduct, might be relevant when the police decides to terminate a demonstration, in so far as such unlawful conduct constitutes a criminal offence or, as in the present case, an administrative offence under Russian law (see Kasparov and Others v. Russia, no. 21613/07, §§ 41-445, 3 October 2013, concerning the applicability of Article 6 of the Convention under its criminal limb to this type of cases).
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