ECHR. Illegal measures in telephone tapping activity. Public disclosure. Prision conviction. Protection of the informants. Rejection of pertinent evidences’ request. Bucur and Toma vs. Romania.

Publication: Juridice.ro, January 15, 2013
Author: Andreea Micu, senior associate, STOICA & Asociaţii

The European Court of Human Rights passed on January 8, 2013 the judgment in the case Bucur and Toma vs. Romania, through which was determined the violation by the Romanian State of art. 10 (liberty of expression) and of art. 6 (right to a fair trial) from the European Convention of Human Rights regarding the first plaintiff (Constantin Bucur), as well of art. 8 (Right to respect for private and family life) and of art. 13 (Right to an effective remedy) related to art. 8 from the Convention, in connection with the other two plaintiffs (Mircea si Sorana Toma).

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