Law and Justice’s Concentrated Power over Polish Prosecutors
On 8 July 2019, prosecutor Mariusz Krasoń was relocated from the Regional Prosecutor’s Office in Cracow, Poland to the District Prosecutor’s Office in Wrocław-Krzyki, almost 300 km away, and two levels lower in the hierarchy. The Justice Defence Committee (KOS) indicates that in May 2019, prosecutor Krasoń initiated a resolution of the Assembly of the Regional Prosecutor’s Office in Cracow.
“Kings of Life” in Polish prosecutor’s office – a report by the LSO Prosecutors’ Association
The report details the negative consequences of the changes in the prosecutorial service implemented by the Law and Justice government. It also reveals a number of pathological situations related mainly to personnel policy as the foundation of the so-called prosecutorial reform.
PiS Pushing Elections During Epidemic. Special Law on Postal Vote Debated in Sejm
CJEU to assess model of disciplinary responsibility of judges in Poland [list of cases]
CJEU: disciplinary action against judges for asking questions of the Court is unacceptable
Muzzle Law leads German court to refuse extradition of a Pole to Poland under the European Arrest Warrant
More than 100 academics from Poland express solidarity with harassed judge Igor Tuleya