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Osagiede v United States, Appellate court judgment, ILDC 2478 (US 2008), 543 F3d 399 (7th Cir), 9th September 2008, United States; Court of Appeals (7th Circuit) [7th Cir]

Whether a foreign national charged with a criminal offence was denied a fair trial because his attorney had failed to inform him of his rights under the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations (‘VCCR’).

Whether Article 36 of the VCCR conferred enforceable individual rights.

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