Case of Hanževački v. Croatia, (Application no. 49439/21)

A selection of key paragraphs can be found below the judgment.


54. The Court notes that in Zagreb Prison the applicant had less than 3 sq. m of personal space throughout his stay, which lasted for seventy-five days (see paragraph 7 above; see also the Court’s findings of a violation of Article 3 in respect of stays in Zagreb Prison in Ulemek, cited above, §§ 128-31, and Longin v. Croatia, no. 49268/10, §§ 60-61, 6 November 2012). The same holds true as regards at least half of his stay in Lepoglava State Prison, where he was imprisoned for 601 days (see paragraph 8 above).

56. There has accordingly been a violation of Article 3 of the Convention as regards the applicant’s conditions of detention in Zagreb Prison and Lepoglava State Prison.


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