Session on Audiovisual recording of suspect interrogations from the lawyer’s/suspect’s perspective

In this short video, Dr. Anna Pivaty, postdoctoral researcher, University of Maastricht, discusses the pros and cons of audiovisual recording of police interrogations of suspects from the suspects’ rights perspective.  While audiovisual recording leads to more professional and fair suspect interviewing, lawyers should be aware of potential pitfalls of such recording. The presentation relies on […]
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ERA Seminar: Procedural Rights in the EU, Lisbon 27-28 February 2020

Objective This conference aims at presenting an update on the state of play regarding the six EU Directives on procedural rights and discussing the need for further measures at EU level. The conference will offer lectures, round-tables and discussions for judges, prosecutors, defence lawyers, court interpreters, as well as prison and probation staff from all […]
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WEBINAR. Interpreting-Issues for the Accused in the police station and court

Title: “Interpreting-Issues for the Accused in the police station and court” Date: Thursday 19th December 10.30 a.m. (9.30 a.m. UK) Lecturer: Mrs. Gillian Mawdsley, Lav Society of Scotland, Criminal Law Committee Content:  This webinar will deal with the issue of interpreting as an accurate court interpreting — the right to understand and be understood — […]
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Friday 29 November, online webinar: “Criminal defence at police stations: a comparative and empirical study”

– Title: “Criminal defence at police stations: a comparative and empirical study” – Lecturer: Dr. Anna Pivaty, postdoctoral researcher, University of Maastricht. . Dr. Pivaty conducts research on the influence of European norm-making institutions on the enforcement of fair trial rights in the individual European states. In 2004-2010, she was involved in strategic litigation before the European Court of Human Rights, while […]
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Thursday 7 November, online webinar: “Litigating in European courts on procedural rights of criminal suspects and accused”

Following Netpralat’s cycle of online webinars we present the following: – Title: “Litigating in European courts on procedural rights of criminal suspects and accused” – Lecturer: Dr. Anna Pivaty, postdoctoral researcher, University of Maastricht. Dr. Pivaty conducts research on the influence of European norm-making institutions on the enforcement of fair trial rights in the individual European states. In 2004-2010, she was […]
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Friday 20th September, online webinar: “Why should we care about vulnerable accused persons?”

The project Netpralat launches it’s first online webinar in the framework of the project. The webinar will be held online on Friday 20th of September Time: 10:30 a.m. (9.30 a.m.UK) This is a free webinar but enrolment is needed, contact: manager@netpralat.eu – Title: “Why should we care about vulnerable accused persons?” – Lecturer: Ms. Gillian Mawdsley. […]
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