INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS STANDARDS AND THE PRACTICE OF USING HOUSE ARREST AS A PREVENTIVE MEASURE IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS RUSSIA AND SOME FOREIGN COUNTRIES
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 4863-4877
AbstractThe use of measures of state coercion, including house arrest, is always associated with restrictions on the rights, freedoms and legitimate interests of the individual, and therefore occupies one of the Central places in the field of legal regulation. However, the practice of using house arrest in some countries, including taking into account the decisions of the European court of human rights, shows that not all issues of legal regulation of this coercive measure have been resolved to a degree that satisfies science and practice, and there are violations of human rights enshrined in international legal standards, so scientific interest in problematic issues of house arrest is increasing.
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