Jalloh v Germany: ECHR 3 Jun 2010

The claimant complained that the police had administered an emetic to recover drugs evidence he was said to have swallowed.


[2010] ECHR 947, 54810/00




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CitedCadder v Her Majesty’s Advocate SC 26-Oct-2010
Statement without lawyer access was inadmissible
The accused complained that he had been convicted for assault and breach of the peace on the basis of a statement made by him during an interview with the police where, under the 1995 Act, he had been denied access to a lawyer.
Held: The . .
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Updated: 26 May 2022; Ref: scu.427931