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THE ECHR JUDGMENT in the case of Juszczyszyn v. Poland, dated October 6, 2022, application no. 35599/20 became final as of January 30, 2023; for although the Polish government filed a request for the case to be heard before the Grand Chamber, a panel of 5

The case of Paweł Juszczyszyn concerns the suspension of the Applicant from his judicial duties by the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court, which, according to the Applicant, did not meet the requirements of an "independent and impartial court established by law." In his complaint, Judge Juszczyszyn also claimed that his suspension violated his right to respect for private life and that the restriction of this right was applied for a purpose not envisioned by the Convention. The applicant invoked Article 6 § 1, Article 8, Article 18 in conjunction with Article 8, and Article 1 of Protocol No. 1 to the Convention.

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