Tag: diplomatic assurances
JudgmentsEffective knowledge of trial has no exceptions even in Regeni torture and murder case (Cass. 5675/23)
Defendants in a criminal trial have to be summoned properly in order to guarantee their right to a fair trial and lack of international diplomatic cooperation cannot justify an exception.
JudgmentsReticent information bans EAW surrender to Cyprus (Trento Court, /1/23)
Reticent and incomplete information about prison conditions bans surrender in Cyprus investigative European Arrest warrant proceeding.
JudgmentsGreek executive EAW rejected, Chania has inhuman detention conditions (Trento Appellate Court, 2/23)
Greek executive EAW rejected, Chania prison has inhumane and degrading conditions due to overcrowding.
JudgmentsGuarantee of non extradition: Interpol Nortice issuing State has to be summoned (Cons,. Stato, Nov,. 2023)
Is an assurance of non extradition from the government possible under Italian law?
JudgmentsGeneric supplementary information in EAW proceeding? (Cass. 44015/22)
The executing judicial authority in European Arrest Warrant cases cannot rely on generic information of issuing authority.
JudgmentsGreek EAW supplementary information are insufficient to ensure human dignity (Bologna Court, 32/22)
EAW to Greece should be rejected despite supplementary information regarding detention conditions.
JudgmentsDiplomatic assurances allow extradition to Moldova (Cass. 32430/22)
Moldovian diplomatic assurances allow extradition even if there are negative CPT reports.
JudgmentsDiplomatic assurances and consequences of Russian withdrawal of ECHR (Cass. 18044/22)
Consequences of the cessation of membership of the Russian Federation to the Council of Europe in Italian extradition proceedings.
JudgmentsDiplomatic assurances in extradition cases have to be verified (Supreme Court, 9680/22)
Diplomatic assurances in extradition proceedings have to be verified.
ArticlesTrust needs facts, not words: diplomatic assurances in extradition proceedings
Reliance on diplomatic assurances has been a longstanding practice in extradition relations between States: but can they really be trusted?