Mohamed v. Argentina

This case concerns violations committed after Mr. Carlos Alberto Mohamed's criminal conviction for manslaughter from a traffic accident in which a person died. Specifically, the State disregarded a number of guarantees, including the principles of legality and non-retroactivity, the right to defense, the right to appeal a conviction, and the right to effective recourse to provide redress for those violations.

Case Summary: Mohamed v. Argentina 

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