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EMRK - Urteil vom 19.01.2012 - Kronfeldner v. Germany

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Kronfelder v. Germany
 
vom 19. Januar 2012:

 
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FIFTH SECTION
CASE OF KRONFELDNER v. GERMANY
(Application no. 21906/09)
JUDGMENT STRASBOURG
19 January 2012

This judgment will become final in the circumstances set out in Article 44 § 2 of the
Convention. It may be subject to editorial revision.
KRONFELDNER v. GERMANY JUDGMENT 1
In the case of Kronfeldner v. Germany,

The European Court of Human Rights (Fifth Section), sitting as a
Chamber composed of:

Dean Spielmann, President,
Elisabet Fura,
Boštjan M. Zupančič,
Ann Power-Forde,
Ganna Yudkivska,
Angelika Nußberger,
André Potocki, judges,
and Claudia Westerdiek, Section Registrar,


Having deliberated in private on 13 December 2011,
Delivers the following judgment, which was adopted on that date:


PROCEDURE

1. The case originated in an application (no. 21906/09) against the Federal Republic of Germany
lodged with the Court under Article 34 of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and
Fundamental Freedoms (“the Convention”) by a German national, Mr Franz Xaver Kronfeldner
(“the applicant”), on 24 April 2009.

2. The applicant was initially represented by Ms M. Kronfeldner, his sister, and subsequently by
Mr A. Ahmed, a lawyer practising in Munich. The German Government (“the Government”)
were represented by their Agent, Mrs A. Wittling-Vogel, Ministerialdirigentin, and by their permanent
Deputy Agent, Mr H.-J. Behrens, Ministerialrat, of the Federal Ministry of Justice.

3. The applicant alleged, in particular, that the retrospective extension of his preventive detention
from a period of ten years, which had been the maximum for such detention under the legal provisions
applicable at the time of his offence, to an unlimited period of time violated Article 5 of the Convention.

4. On 22 March 2010 the President of the Fifth Section decided to give notice of the application
to the Government, requested them to submit information on changes in the applicant’s detention
regime and adjourned the examination of the application until the judgment in the case of M. v. Germany,
no. 19359/04, had become final. It was also decided to rule on the admissibility and merits of the application
at the same time (Article 29 § 1). In view of the fact that the judgment of 17 December 2009 in the case
of M. v. Germany became final on 10 May 2010, the President decided on 20 May 2010 that the proceedings
in the application at issue be resumed and granted priority to the application (Rule 41 of the Rules of Court).


2 KRONFELDNER v. GERMANY JUDGMENT


 
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