The book is a collection of key decisions of the European Court of Human Rights in cases concerning violations of the “Ne bis in idem” principle. The author made an in-depth analysis of these cases and compiled a summary of the main approaches of the Court in determining whether this principle was violated. Thus, the book “European convention on human rights: the Ne bis in idem principle, practice and precedents of ECHR (Judicial Review Handbook)” reveals the fundamental aspects of the "Ne bis in idem" principle, its essence from the point of view of the practice of the ECHR. The book is intended for lawyers, judges, attorneys, university professors, law students, and may be of interest to a wide range of people who are interested in ECHR practice.
Book Length: Novel - 150-320 Pages