Pre-trial detention quiz
Question #1: According to the case law of the UN Human Rights Committee and the European Court of Human Rights, pre-trial detention may only be imposed in very limited circumstances. In which of the following circumstances may pre-trial detention NOT lawfully be imposed?
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Question #2: According to EU law, which right does a criminal defendant NOT have in relation to pre-trial detention?
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Question #3: According to ECtHR case law, in which situations may a court decide to detain a defendant pre-trial?
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Question #4: Article 7(1) of the Right to Information Directive provides defendants and their lawyers with access to case materials essential to challenge effectively the lawfulness of arrest or detention. According to the Directive, Member States may derogate from this right in the following circumstances:
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Question #5: Which of the following has not been identified in Fair Trials’ research as a problem in relation to review of detention decisions?
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Question #6: Which of the following has not been identified in Fair Trials’ research as a problem arising in the context of pre-trial detention decision-making?
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Question #7: According to Fair Trials’ research findings, which of the following statements about the use of alternatives to detention is the most accurate?
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Question #8: In which of these circumstances does EU law, in addition to ECtHR case law, provide guidance?
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Question #9: According to the Right of Access to a Lawyer Directive, in which of the following scenarios do suspects and defendants NOT have the right to meet and communicate in confidence with a lawyer?
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Question #10: According to ECtHR caselaw, which of the following judicial findings would, on its own, suffice as a reason to lawfully detain a defendant on basis of risk of flight?
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