THE TREATMENT OF HEARSAY, BAD CHARACTER AND OPINION EVIDENCE IN THE CONVENTIONAL FIELD. THE ROLE OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS

  • dimitris liakopoulos Tufts University

Resumo

The judges in Strasbourg claim to reason. Our scope will now try to illustrate their position in relation to the two different areas. First, the probative limits that, in some national contexts, seem to be aimed primarily at making the search for truth in the process more efficient; after that, the attention will be shifted to the rules of proof placed to protect the interests of the endoprocessual or extraprocessual other than the ascertainment of the facts.

Publicado
2019-09-11