A Polish appeals court has changed the verdict of the District Court and ruled in favour of the claimant, who had been forced to take out loans as the lower court refused to return his money.
The "government contract" drafted by the 5-Star Movement and the League includes a reform of the statute of limitations. The Italian government intends to suspend the statute of limitation in certain circumstances, so...
You are in a bar and you get involved in a fight with off-duty police officers. One month after you are arrested and charged with terrorism-related offences. What? Is this possible?
Lithuanians consider the right to a fair trial to be the most vulnerable of all rights. Although one in five people have their rights infringed at some point, only 7 percent opt to defend them.
Daniela Tarău received 100,000 euros in damages from the Romanian state for unjustly spending 1 year and 9 months in prison. She fought for over 11 years to get a new trial and be acquitted.
The Netherlands violated the rights of a former police officer who wished to supplement his disability benefits beyond what is legally allowed by the government.
Spain has gone backwards when it comes to ensuring the rights of citizens in a number of critical areas, including access the justice system.
An interesting statement has been made by the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) regarding petitions for preliminary rulings, in which the court applies a narrower interpretation of the "acte clair" doctrine. In the...
The Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights has made public its decision (Views) in a housing defense case against Spain. In the case, the individual involved had failed to submit several mortgage...
The conviction of two men for a brutal homophobic murder in Sofia 7 years ago renews calls for classing such crimes as hate crimes under Bulgaria's criminal code.