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Trzaska v. Poland

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After a certain lapse of time, the persistence of reasonable suspicion that the person arrested has committed an offence no longer suffices for the validity of continued detention. Then to continue to justify the deprivation of liberty other grounds must be cited by the judicial authorities which are “relevant” and “sufficient”. In addition, the competent national authorities must display “special diligence” in the conduct of the proceedings. Furthermore, an arrested or detained person is entitled to bring proceedings for the review by a court of the procedural and substantive conditions which are essential for the “lawfulness” of his or her deprivation of liberty. The procedure must have a judicial character and provide guarantees appropriate to the kind of deprivation of liberty in question, in particular, in the proceedings in which an appeal against detention order is being examined, “equality of arms” between the parties must be ensured.


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