The Right to Cross-Examine Witnesses – Case Law under the European Convention on Human Rights

in Nordic Journal of International Law
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Abstract

The subject of this article is the right to cross-examine witnesses as laid down in Article 6 paragraph 3(d) of the European Convention on Human Rights. Case law of the European Court and Commission of Human Rights shows that general principles are applied by the Convention organs. Thus, it is practicable – in more general terms – to outline some acceptable possibilities of using statements made to the police or in court before the beginning of the hearing without violating the fair hearing requirement in Article 6.

The Right to Cross-Examine Witnesses – Case Law under the European Convention on Human Rights

in Nordic Journal of International Law

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