Coster v The United Kingdom: ECHR 18 Jan 2001

While it is for the national authorities to make the initial assessment of what is necessary and proportionate in all these respects, the final evaluation of whether the interference is necessary remains subject to review by the Court for conformity with the requirements of the Convention


[2001] ECHR 44, 24876/94, [2001] 33 EHRR 20


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CitedMarper v United Kingdom; S v United Kingdom ECHR 4-Dec-2008
(Grand Chamber) The applicants complained that on being arrested on suspicion of offences, samples of their DNA had been taken, but then despite being released without conviction, the samples had retained on the Police database.
Held: . .
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Updated: 04 June 2022; Ref: scu.166021