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   EGMR, 31.05.2011 - 49905/07   

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https://dejure.org/2011,56497
EGMR, 31.05.2011 - 49905/07 (https://dejure.org/2011,56497)
EGMR, Entscheidung vom 31.05.2011 - 49905/07 (https://dejure.org/2011,56497)
EGMR, Entscheidung vom 31. Mai 2011 - 49905/07 (https://dejure.org/2011,56497)
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  • EGMR, 09.10.2012 - 18996/06

    MIKIASHVILI v. GEORGIA

    Having regard to the lack of such sufficient reasoning in the domestic court's decision to remand the applicant in custody (see, a contrario, Suput v. Croatia, no. 49905/07, § 100, 31 May 2011), the Court is not prepared to accept that the danger of absconding constituted a valid ground for the applicant's pre-trial detention.
  • EGMR, 31.10.2013 - 20824/09

    PERICA OREB v. CROATIA

    At this juncture the Court reiterates that a court decision extending detention on such grounds requires a more solid basis to show not only that there was genuinely "a reasonable suspicion", but also that there were other serious public-interest considerations which, notwithstanding the presumption of innocence, outweighed the right to liberty (see, among other authorities, I.A. v. France, 23 September 1998, § 102, Reports 1998-VII; and Suput v. Croatia, no. 49905/07, § 102, 31 May 2011).
  • EGMR, 06.11.2012 - 36653/09

    TRIFKOVIC v. CROATIA

    In this respect the Court considers that if the applicant made the domestic courts sufficiently aware of his situation and gave them an opportunity to assess whether his detention was compatible with his Convention right to a trial within a reasonable time or release pending trial, it cannot be held that the applicant failed to comply with his obligation to exhaust domestic remedies (see Popov and Vorobyev, cited above, § 71, and Suput v. Croatia, no. 49905/07, § 86, 31 May 2011).
  • EGMR, 25.09.2012 - 67341/10

    DERVISHI v. CROATIA

    In this regard the Court considers that if the applicant made the domestic courts sufficiently aware of his situation and gave them an opportunity to assess whether his detention was compatible with his Convention right to a trial within a reasonable time or release pending trial, it cannot be held that the applicant has failed to comply with his obligation to exhaust domestic remedies (see Popov and Vorobyev, cited above, § 71; and Suput v. Croatia, no. 49905/07, § 86, 31 May 2011).
  • EGMR, 24.11.2015 - 38415/13

    NENAD KOVACEVIC v. CROATIA

    In this regard the Court considers that if the applicant made the domestic courts sufficiently aware of his situation and gave them an opportunity to assess whether his detention was compatible with his Convention right to a trial within a reasonable time or release pending trial, it cannot be held that the applicant has failed to comply with his obligation to exhaust domestic remedies (see Popov and Vorobyev, cited above, § 71, and Suput v. Croatia, no. 49905/07, § 86, 31 May 2011).
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