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Italy, District Court of Naples, number and or name of the case, ordinary instance

Deciding court: District Court of Naples
Topic: Role of higher courts in securing fundamental rights
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): Not applicable: the decision is a request for a preliminary ruling to the CJEU.
ECtHR jurisprudence: No reference to the ECtHR jurisprudence.
TRIIAL CASE
Italy, Court of Cassation, 34816/2023, supreme instance, 08/08/2023
Deciding court: Court of Cassation
Topic: Mutual trust
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): No direct follow
ECtHR jurisprudence: N/A
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Italy, District Court of Florence, XXX.XX, ordinary instance, 29/04/2021, reference for a preliminary ruling. Judgment of the Court (Second Chamber) of 30 November 2023 (Joined Cases C‑228/21, C‑254/21, C‑297/21, C‑315/21 and C‑328/21)
Deciding court: District Court of Florence - Section for international protection
Topic: Mutual trust
National Follow Up Of (when relevant):
ECtHR jurisprudence: The national decision directly refers to the ECHR, Article 3 (Prohibition of torture and inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment).The national decision directly refers to the following judgments of the ECtHR (chronological order): M.S.S. v. Belgium and Greece, 21 January 2011, App. No 30696/09, ECLI:CE:ECHR:2011:0121JUD003069609;  Hirsi Jamaa and Others v. Italy, 23 February 2012, App. No. 27765/09, ECLI:CE:ECHR:2012:0223JUD002776509; Sharifi and Others v. Italy and Greece, 21 October 2014, App. No 16643/09, ECLI:CE:ECHR:2014:1021JUD001664309.
TRIIAL CASE
Italy, Tribunal of Milan, FR v. Ministero dell’Interno, ordinary instance, 9/5/2018
Deciding court: Tribunal of Milan
Topic: Impartiality (Conflict of Interest)Rule of law (Fair Trial/ Access to Justice)
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): The national case is a direct follow up of the CJEU order of 27 September 2018
ECtHR jurisprudence: Article 3 ECHRArticle 6 ECHRArticle 13 ECHRECtHR judgments:Gebremedhin v. France of 26 April 2007Hirsi Jamaa v. Italy of 23 February 2012Krombach v. France of 13 February 2001Annoni v. France of 14 November 2000
TRIIAL CASE
Italy, Constitutional Court, judgment 54/2022, constitutional instance, 11 January 2022,  published in the Italian Official Journal on 09/03/2022
Deciding court: Constitutional Court
Topic: Role of higher courts in securing fundamental rights
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): National follow-up of the CJEU decision in C-350/20.
ECtHR jurisprudence: No reference to ECtHR jurisprudence.
TRIIAL CASE
Italy, Disciplinary chamber of the Supreme Judicial Council, n 65/2013, Judicial Council, 10 May 2023
Deciding court: Disciplinary chamber of the Supreme Judicial Council
Topic: Freedom of expression
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): No follow up
ECtHR jurisprudence: Article 10 ECHRBuscemi v Italy
TRIIAL CASE
Italy, Supreme Court of Cassation, civil section, united sections, no. 9042/2019, supreme instance, 1/4/2019
Deciding court: Supreme Court of Cassation
Topic: Impartiality (conflict of interest);Independence (appearance of independence)
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): Not a direct follow-up
ECtHR jurisprudence: Art. 6 ECHR
TRIIAL CASE
Italy, Constitutional Court, order 29/2024, constitutional instance, 24 January 2024, pending
Deciding court: Constitutional Court
Topic: Role of higher courts in securing fundamental rights
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): National order underlying the decision of CJEU in C-151/24 (still pending).
ECtHR jurisprudence: Article 14 of the ECHR.No reference to ECtHR jurisprudence.
TRIIAL CASE
Italy, Disciplinary chamber of the Supreme Judicial Council, n 31/2016, Judicial Council, 9 February 2016
Deciding court: Disciplinary chamber of the Supreme Judicial Council
Topic: Freedom of expression
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): No follow up
ECtHR jurisprudence: Article 10 ECHROberschlick v. Austria, Jerusalem v. Austria, Peruzzi v. Italy
TRIIAL CASE

Italy, Justice of the Peace for Bologna, No. 2508/2020, ordinary instance (honorary judge), 30/09/2020

Deciding court: Justice of the Peace for Bologna
Topic: Independence (Recruitment, appointment, salaries and promotion of magistrates) Impartiality (Individual judges’ liability)
National Follow Up Of (when relevant): Direct follow up of the CJEU judgment C-658/18 
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