European Court of Human Rights ApplicationDoğa Dündar2020-05-15T19:36:56+03:00
EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS APPLICATION
The right to be tried in a reasonable time is to protect people from the dispersion of proceedings; to prevent the accused from living for a long time, especially in criminal cases, with concern about how his case will result.
ACCESS TO THE COURT
One of the most fundamental elements of the right to a fair trial, the right to access the court, is to be able to bring a dispute before the court and to ask that the dispute be effectively decided.
The fact that the fair trial is carried out depends on the adequate and full exercise of the measures taken during the execution of the trial and the right to defend, and that they are mutually compatible.
Decisions on the basis and decisions on the acceptability or inacceptability of applications are justified. Each judge has the right to express his own discrethest opinion, unless the content of the original decision, in whole or in part, unanimously reflects the conviction of all judges.
The principle of contradictory trial, which is one of the guarantees of a fair trial based on the concept of fair trial, is the recognition of the possibility of having information and commenting on all of the evidence, arguments and opinions presented in the case in order to influence the court’s decision.
The right to be heard by witnesses in the trial, the presentation and evaluation of the evidence is considered as one of the elements of the right to a fair trial, and the principle of judgment, which should contradict the right to effective participation in this principle and trial, is the concrete views of the right to a fair trial.