Cyprus Republic v Danail Naydenov: A Cornerstone Decision Over a Human Trafficking Case

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This case note appraises the judicial proceedings in Cyprus Republic v Danail Naydenov, while at the same problematizes precedent for human trafficking offences. The three-member Criminal Court in Nicosia, disentangles itself from dated common law and adopts a fresh approach towards the adjudication on cases of human trafficking for sexual purposes.

Cyprus Republic v Danail Naydenov: A Cornerstone Decision Over a Human Trafficking Case

in Global Journal of Comparative Law

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