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   EGMR, 06.03.2007 - 11339/03   

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https://dejure.org/2007,56005
EGMR, 06.03.2007 - 11339/03 (https://dejure.org/2007,56005)
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  • EGMR, 07.12.2010 - 9462/05

    ORMAN AND OTHERS v. TURKEY

    In these circumstances, the Court considers that an appropriate means for putting an end to the violations which it has found would be to conclude the criminal proceedings at issue as speedily as possible, while taking into account the requirements of the proper administration of justice (see Yakısan v. Turkey, no. 11339/03, § 49, 6 March 2007).
  • EGMR, 27.11.2014 - 40573/08

    NOVOKRESHCHIN v. RUSSIA

    Finally, where the applicants were in custody both on the date of communication and on the date of delivery of the judgment, the Court examined the State's compliance with the requirements of Article 5 § 3 in respect of the detention period up until the judgment date (see Mkhitaryan v. Russia, no. 46108/11, § 89, 5 February 2013; Sahap DoÄ?an v. Turkey, no. 29361/07, § 26, 27 May 2010; Polonskiy v. Russia, no. 30033/05, § 144, 19 March 2009; Aleksandr Makarov v. Russia, no. 15217/07, § 121, 12 March 2009; Aleksanyan v. Russia, no. 46468/06, § 181, 22 December 2008; Yakısan v. Turkey, no. 11339/03, § 49, 6 March 2007, and Maglódi v. Hungary, no. 30103/02, § 32, 9 November 2004).
  • EGMR, 16.03.2010 - 10317/03

    UMIT ISIK c. TURQUIE

    Si tel est toujours le cas, elle estime qu'une manière appropriée de mettre un terme à la violation constatée serait de terminer le procès le plus rapidement possible, dans le respect des exigences du droit à un procès équitable (voir, par exemple, Arıkan c. Turquie, no 14071/04, § 21, 1er décembre 2009, Yakısan c. Turquie, no 11339/03, § 49, 6 mars 2007, et Sayık et autres, précité, § 58).
  • EGMR, 26.10.2010 - 38372/06

    ADIYAMAN AND ERMAN v. TURKEY

    In these circumstances, the Court considers that an appropriate means for putting an end to the violation which it has found would be to conclude the criminal proceedings in issue as speedily as possible, while taking into account the requirements of the proper administration of justice, or to release the applicants pending the outcome of these proceedings (see Yakısan v. Turkey, no. 11339/03, § 49, 6 March 2007; Batmaz v. Turkey (dec.), no. 34997/06, 1 April 2008).
  • EGMR, 27.05.2010 - 29361/07

    SAHAP DOGAN v. TURKEY

    In these circumstances, the Court considers that an appropriate means for putting an end to the violation which it has found would be to conclude the criminal proceedings in issue as speedily as possible, while taking into account the requirements of the proper administration of justice, and to release the applicant pending the outcome of these proceedings (see, mutatis mutandis, Yakısan v. Turkey, no. 11339/03, § 49, 6 March 2007; Batmaz v. Turkey (dec.), no. 34997/06, 1 April 2008).
  • EGMR, 23.09.2008 - 28485/03

    HABIP CIFTCI v. TURKEY

    The Court recalls that, in its judgment in the case of Yakısan v. Turkey (no.11339/03, § 49, 6 March 2007) it considered that an appropriate means of remedying the situation of an applicant, who had been detained on remand for an excessive period, would be to conclude the criminal proceedings against him as speedily as possible, while taking into account the requirements of the proper administration of justice, or to release him during the proceedings.
  • EGMR, 12.06.2007 - 28150/03

    TAMCAN c. TURQUIE

    En l'occurrence, si tel est toujours le cas, la Cour estime qu'une manière appropriée de mettre un terme à la violation constatée serait de terminer le procès le plus rapidement possible, tout en prenant en considération les exigences d'une bonne administration de la justice comme le prévoit l'article 6 § 1 de la Convention (cf. Yakisan c Turquie, no 11339/03, § 49, arrêt du 6 mars 2007, non-définitif).
  • EGMR, 13.10.2009 - 6194/04

    ENGIN v. TURKEY

    In these circumstances, the Court considers that an appropriate means for putting an end to the violation which it has found would be to conclude the criminal proceedings in issue as speedily as possible, while taking into account the requirements of the proper administration of justice, and/or to release the applicant pending the outcome of these proceedings (see, mutatis mutandis, Yakısan v. Turkey, no. 11339/03, § 49, 6 March 2007, and Batmaz v. Turkey (dec.), no. 34497/06, 1 April 2008).
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