Guide to ECHR Article 10: Freedom of Expression
This document was originally published by the European Court of Human Rights and can be found here. Introduction A. Methodology Given the extensive case-law developed…
A Review of the European Court’s Freedom of Expression Cases in 2013
Introduction The European Court of Human Rights issued 916 judgments on the merits during its 2013 term. While this number may seem quite high, half…
Morice v. Moracchini
Eon v. France
Though the judgment of the majority in the present matter does expand expression on merits, the extent to which it does so could have been enlarged had the reasons offered by Judge Power-Forde’s in her partly Dissenting Opinion – on the applicant’s entitlement to more than a mere moral victory due to the anxiety suffered by him on being convicted for exercising his freedom of expression and on the need for the affirmation of the principles established in Colombani and Others v. France [ECHR] (2002) 51279/99 – formed part of the reasoning and decision put forth by the majority.