Correspondence

[…] In the present case, the appellant referred to his right to correspondence in a situation that is not permitted by law and when sending messages via mobile telephone from the prison to persons he instructs on how to conduct themselves in the proceedings. While assessing all of the afore-mentioned, the Constitutional Court holds that the appellant has no “justified request” raising the issue of the right to correspondence referred to in the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina or the European Convention, which should be examined on the merits. Therefore, the Constitutional Court concludes that the allegations on the violation of the right to correspondence referred to in Article II(3)(f) of the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Article 8 of the European Convention are manifestly (prima facie) ill-founded.

•    Decision on Admissibility No. AP 813/08 of 21 July 2010, paragraph 16