||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 01 (Jun)
||European Court of Human Rights
Judge Pellonpaa (President), Judges Bratza, Palm, Straznicka, Fischbach, Casadevall and Pavlovschi, and Mr M O'Boyle (Section Registrar)
||27 May 2003
Human rights - Right to private and family life - Covert surveillance - Evidence obtained for purpose of criminal proceedings - Existence of violation - Entitlement to award of non-pecuniary damages - European Convention on Human Rights, arts 8, 41.
An applicant who had been convicted as a result of a covert surveillance operation had had his right to private life violated under art8, but was not awarded non-pecuniary damages as the findings of violation constituted sufficient just satisfaction.
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