Useful InformationItalian prison system still violating fundamental rights (Antigone prison report, 2023)
XIX report by Antigone about prison conditions in Italy: overcrowding, suicides, torture.
Useful InformationProfessional misconduct of defense attorney in international criminal cooperation: remedies?
Wrong choice of Italian extradition lawyer can impact heavily on rights of the defendant: are there any remedies for professional misconducts?
Useful InformationArrested for an European Arrest Warrant in Italy
Arrested in Italy for an European Arrest Warrant: information and defense.
Useful InformationItalian European Arrest Warrant implementation law
Italian law implementing FD 584/2002 JHA of 13 June 2002 on the European arrest warrant and the surrender procedures between Member States (updated Feb 2021). Unofficial translation.
Useful InformationItalian prison overcrowding, a solved problem?
Can Italian diplomatic assurances about prison overcrowding issue be trusted?
Useful InformationSchengen Information System and European Arrest warrant in Italy
The existence of a specific alert in the SIS II authorises an immediate arrest of the wanted person by the police in Italy.
Useful InformationExtradition to Italy
How can an extradition request or a EAW surrender to Italy be fighted against? Some ideas and jurisprudence.
Useful InformationExtradition lawyer in Italy
How should someone choose a defense attorney in extradition cases or European Arrest Warrant cases?
Useful InformationItalian criminal trial
Useful InformationDrug offences in Italy: conspirancy, dealing and use
Use, detention and drug dealing in Italy.
Useful InformationLegal aid in Italy
In Italy legal aid depends on income of the applicant (and of her/his cohabiting relatives if he request regards a criminal court proceeding): more specifically, under Italian law legal aid is granted to everybody, citizen and non citizen, but only in litigation and only to those who are considered indigent ("means test").
Useful InformationExtradition from Italy
Italian extradition proceeding: rules and possible bans to extradition to this countries. Human rights defense.
Useful InformationClient - Attorney confidentiality in Italy: core value of democracy or just window dressing ?
Confidentiality between defense lawyer and client is protected under Italian law, but practice shows the the protection can easily be bypassed.
Useful InformationCriminal records in Italy
Useful InformationTaricco Judgement. Italian statute of limitations vs EU principle of effective punishment
Useful InformationImplementing "EU Law" by Italian national judges: an introduction
How does Italy implement EU and ECHR law? An introduction.
Useful InformationInvestigation and prosecution phase under italian criminal procedure
Useful InformationCan a foreign attorney at law defend in Italy?
Italian legislation allows European lawyers to practice their legal profession in Italy under their existing original titles in two ways, on permanent basis or for a single case.
Useful InformationInternational protection in Italy: asylum, humanitarian assistance
Useful InformationImmigration in Italy: laws, procedures, tips
Useful InformationAnti-money laundering regulations in Italy
Useful InformationMinimum rules for the treatment of convicts, in and out of italian prison
Useful InformationThe Constitution of Italian Republic
Useful InformationThe ethical code for Italian lawyers
Useful InformationPrecautionary measures under Italian law: pretrial detention and more
Italian pretrial detention and the other precautionary measures.
Useful InformationJudicial systems of the European Union countries (CEPEJ, 2013)
Useful InformationBasic principles of Italian criminal law
Useful InformationCompensatory damages in Italian tort law
Useful InformationThe Italian Public Prosecutor
Useful InformationThe Italian legal system
Useful InformationEffective Criminal Defence in Europe: Italy
Useful Information.. how can a criminal defense attorney defend criminals?
A criminal defense lawyer does not defend the crime or the criminal, but the rights of the accused, and so evereyone's.