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Stašaitis v. Lithuania

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There had been no “lawful” basis for the applicant's remand in custody for the periods from 21 September 1996 to 3 January 1997, from23 September 1997 to 15 October 1998, and from 30 September 1999 to 8 February 2000. Furthermore, the detention orders of 3 January and 23 May 1997, and the decision of the Court of Appeal of 29 January 1998, did not refer to any grounds for remand. The domestic courts, in their decisions authorising the applicant's remand in custody or rejecting his requests for release, gave no reply to his numerous complaints about the unlawfulness of his detention from 21 September 1996 until 3 January 1997 and from 23 September 1997 until 15 October 1998.


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