Investigation supervision: The Court of Cassation allocates jurisdiction between the liberty and custody judges of Paris and of the investigation location in order to supervise the regularity of visit and seizure operations (Draka Paricable)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. As for the other two judgments of the same day, the Criminal Division of the The Court of Cassation specifies the respective prerogatives of the judge of the freedom and detention, initially seized in the context of investigations at the request of the European Commission, the Minister for the Economy or the Rapporteur General of the Competition Council, and the judge of the freedom and detention acting on a letter rogatory issued by the first judge seized to exercise control over the visit and the seizure where the transactions take place outside the jurisdiction of the court

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