JudgmentsEx officio check of detention conditions in EAW cases (Cass. 30578/23)
Court must check ex officio the possible violation of Article 3 ECHR for detention conditions in the issuing state in Wueriopea Arrest warrant proceedings, because it relates to the protection of the fundamental rights of the surrendered person as recognised by the Constitutional Charter and the European Convention on Human Rights, even in the absence of a specific defense argument.
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.
JudgmentsEAW, furnishings and detention conditions in Greece (Cass.1317/23)
Furnishing space has to be deducted form individual space in detention: EAW rejected.
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.