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Constantinescu v. Romania

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Romanian court had ruled on the merits of a criminal accusation against the applicant and found him guilty of defamation without affording him an opportunity to give evidence and defend his case. However, persons are required to remain within the limits set, in particular, in the interest of “the protection of the reputation or rights of others”, including the right to be presumed innocent. Using a word to describe people found guilty of a crime to persons who had not been convicted by a court could be sanctioned.

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2000-05-01
2016-09-29

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