Defending theHuman Rightto a Fair Trial
Fair Trials has produced information to help people accused of crimes to understand and exercise their fair trial rights.
The guides we have produced can also act as a resource for lawyers, journalists and individuals looking for information on specific legal systems in relevant countries.
Please select from the following options below, based on the type of information you are looking for:
1. If you are looking for information about INTERPOL alerts (e.g. Red Notices or Diffusions), we have produced a guide to help you understand what these are, and what you can do if you want to challenge them.
Please click here if you want to find out more about INTERPOL Red Notices and Diffusions
2. If you are being accused of criminal offences in any of the countries below, we have a range of materials containing information about local legal systems, and useful sources of support in these countries.
Please click here if you have been accused in any of the countries below:
3. If you are being accused of criminal offences in another part of the world, we do not have this range of materials at present, but we may still be able to provide some information or referrals that might be useful to you.
To find out further information on another country, click here.
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