Decisions on Admissibility

Decisions on Admissibility    [  ] DECISIONS ON ADMISSIBILITY    [  ]    [  ] ALLAN v. the UNITED KINGDOM Right to a fair trial – admissible Article 6 Right to respect for private life – admissible Article 8 Right to an effective remedy – admissible Article 13 Audio and video surveillance of prisoner’s cell and visiting area, and fitting fellow prisoner with record- ing equipment. Use of recordings and statements at trial. No effective remedy. On  August  a Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights declared partly admissible the application in the case of Allan v. the United Kingdom . Summary of the facts The applicant, Mr Richard Roy Allan, is a United Kingdom national, born in  and detained in HM Prison Long Lartin. The applicant and another man were arrested on suspicion of having commit- ted a robbery. The applicant’s co-accused admitted the offence as well as other similar robberies, while the applicant denied any involvement. The police sus- pected the applicant and his co-accused of having committed a murder on the occasion of a robbery. They were remanded in custody. With authority granted by the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Human Rights Case Digest Brill

Decisions on Admissibility

Human Rights Case Digest, Volume 12 (9-10): 823 – Jan 1, 2001

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Brill
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© 2001 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
ISSN
0965-934X
eISSN
1571-8131
D.O.I.
10.1163/15718130120618015
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Abstract

   [  ] DECISIONS ON ADMISSIBILITY    [  ]    [  ] ALLAN v. the UNITED KINGDOM Right to a fair trial – admissible Article 6 Right to respect for private life – admissible Article 8 Right to an effective remedy – admissible Article 13 Audio and video surveillance of prisoner’s cell and visiting area, and fitting fellow prisoner with record- ing equipment. Use of recordings and statements at trial. No effective remedy. On  August  a Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights declared partly admissible the application in the case of Allan v. the United Kingdom . Summary of the facts The applicant, Mr Richard Roy Allan, is a United Kingdom national, born in  and detained in HM Prison Long Lartin. The applicant and another man were arrested on suspicion of having commit- ted a robbery. The applicant’s co-accused admitted the offence as well as other similar robberies, while the applicant denied any involvement. The police sus- pected the applicant and his co-accused of having committed a murder on the occasion of a robbery. They were remanded in custody. With authority granted by the

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Human Rights Case DigestBrill

Published: Jan 1, 2001

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