• #52: Being acquitted sometimes just isn’t enough

    News is available at any time of the day and it is freely accessible. And the news, even the old, can always be found through search engines like Google. Of course, this also applies to news about suspected criminal offences. Even if those suspicions eventually......

  • #51: COVID-19, capacity problems and choices

    In the Netherlands, courts and the Department of the Prosecutor’s Office (DPO), are facing severe capacity shortages. These capacity problems will not decrease the upcoming period. Due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, the Judiciary decided to close the courts, tribunals and special colleges as......

  • #50: A human rights violation: from bad to worse?

    In Lawlunch #34 we already wrote on the October 2018 decision of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), in which a breach of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) by the Netherlands in connection with the detention conditions on St. Maarten was established.......

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