Grosskopf v Germany: ECHR 21 Oct 2010

The Court considered whether a sufficient causal connection existed between the applicant’s original conviction and his continuing preventive detention.
Held: The Court expressed concern about the apparent absence of any special measures, instruments or institutions to address the danger presented by persons subject to preventive detention and to limit the duration of their detention, but did so purely in the context of considering whether a sufficient causal connection existed between the applicant’s original conviction and his continuing preventive detention.
24478/03, [2010] ECHR 1581
Bailii
European Convention on Human Rights
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