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Gasparini

The ne bis in idem principle applies in respect of a decision of a court of a Contracting State, made after criminal proceedings have been brought, by which the accused is acquitted finally because prosecution of the offence is time-barred. That principle does not apply to persons other than those whose trial has been finally disposed of in a Contracting State. A criminal court of a...
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Van Straaten

Article 54 of the Convention implementing the Schengen Agreement (…), must be interpreted as meaning that: –  the relevant criterion for the purposes of the application of that...
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Hassan (CFI)

Mr Hassan has asked the Court of First Instance to annul the Council regulations which included them in the Community terrorist list. The Court of First Instance concludes that there are no...
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Ayadi (CFI)

The Court of First Instance clarifies the rights of individuals whose funds have been frozen in connection with the fight against international terrorism. First of all, the Court of First...
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Passenger Name Record (EU-US Agreement)

The Court annuls the Council Decision concerning the conclusion of an agreement between the European Community and the United States of America on the processing and transfer of personal data and...
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Van Esbroeck

The ne bis in idem principle, enshrined in Article 54 of the Convention implementing the Schengen Agreement (…), must be applied to criminal proceedings brought in a Contracting State for acts for...
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Selmani

The Court of First Istance dismisses the action of Mr Selmani as manifestly inadmissible.
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