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   EGMR, 15.06.2000 - 45441/99   

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  • EGMR, 09.10.2008 - 62936/00

    MOISEYEV v. RUSSIA

    Indeed, the defence of the accused's interests may best be served by the contribution which the accused makes to his lawyer's conduct of the case before the accused is called to give evidence (see Matyjek v. Poland, no. 38184/03, § 59, ECHR 2007-..., and Pullicino v. Malta (dec.), no. 45441/99, 15 June 2000).
  • EGMR, 01.03.2011 - 15924/05

    WELKE AND BIALEK v. POLAND

    To deny an accused or his lawyer the opportunity to compile notes and to rely on them in the course of argument may give rise to unfairness (see, for example, Pullicino v. Malta (dec.), no. 45441/99, 15 June 2000), and, depending on the circumstances, it may not be an answer to a complaint of such that both parties laboured under the same handicap or that the applicant or his lawyer could rely on their memories to compensate for their inability to take and rely on notes.

    The Court has, on previous occasions, emphasised that an accused's effective participation in a criminal trial must equally include the right to compile notes in order to facilitate the conduct of his defence, irrespective of whether or not he is represented by counsel (see, for example, Pullicino v. Malta (dec.), no. 45441/99, 15 June 2000; Matyjek v. Poland, no. 38184/03, § 59, ECHR 2007/05).

  • EGMR, 26.06.2008 - 15591/03

    SELEZNEV v. RUSSIA

    Indeed, the defence of the accused's interests may best be served by the contribution which the accused makes to his lawyer's conduct of the case before the accused is called to give evidence (see Pullicino v. Malta (dec.), no. 45441/99, 15 June 2000).
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