HUMAN DIGNITY IN THE CRIMINAL PROCESS
In order to provide effective protection of human rights, it is necessary to have clear, human legal
provisions regulating every aspect of the criminal process and to be respected by state bodies.
Sometimes, having to defend a public interest, state bodies have to „sacrifice” or „limit” certain
individual rights. One of the fundamental issues that need to be considered in this context is to
determine the permissible limit of violation of individual rights in order to guarantee a public interest,
but at the same time, not to prejudice human dignity. The paper proposes a theoretical and practical
analysis of some issues that may arise in situations such as pre-trial detention, bench warrants, or even
the enforcements and the search for solutions in the practice of the Strasbourg Court.
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Volume XI, Issue 1, January-June 2021, posted at 8th of June 2021