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Right to Liberty and Security

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Chapter Summary

This chapter contains the most important separate opinions of Judge Loukis Loucaides, member of the European Court of Human Rights from 1998 until 2008, on the cases regarding right to liberty and security. The cases include: (i) O?Hara v. the United Kingdom (Application no. 37555/97), judgement of 16 October 2001, (ii) H.M. v. Switzerland (Application no. 39187/98), judgement of 26 February 2002, and (iii) Morsink v. the Netherlands (Application no. 48865/99), judgement of 11 May 2004.

Keywords: European Court of Human Rights; Judge Loukis Loucaides; liberty; security

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