The case successfully examined the applicant's complaint that the medical assistance provided to her during her detention was of inadequate quality and insufficient, that her detention was unlawful and excessively long, and that the amount of bail she required to pay release from custody, was disproportionate. The case did not violate article 3 (prohibition of torture) of the Convention, there was a violation of the requirement of article 5, paragraph 3 (right to liberty and personal integrity) of the Convention, and there is no need to consider paragraph 3 of article 5 of the Convention regarding the amount of bail.
In 2011, the applicant was assisted in the preparation of the application. Subsequently, the application was communicated to the Russian Federation.
In her complaint, the applicant, who lives in Moscow, complained that the medical assistance that she received during her detention was of inadequate quality and insufficient, that her detention was illegal and excessively long, and that the amount of bail she was required to deposit for release from custody, was disproportionate.
On 19 June 2018, the complaint submitted by the applicant, the European Court unanimously declared the complaint admissible for consideration on the merits, and also acknowledged that Article 3 (prohibition of torture) of the Convention was not violated, that there was a violation of Article 5 § 3 (the right to liberty and inviolability) of the Convention and that it is not necessary to consider paragraph 3 of Article 5 of the Convention in relation to the amount of bail. The European Court ordered the respondent State to pay the applicant 1,500 euros in compensation for non-pecuniary damage and 850 euros to be paid in Russian rubles at the rate that will be set on the day of payment, as well as any tax that may be charged on the specified amount.
ECHR ruling of June 19, 2018 in the case of N.G. (N.G.) v. The Russian Federation (application No. 61744/11).