Samiksha Jaiswal

ADPF 187

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Decided  June 15, 2011
Court  Supreme Federal Court
End date  June 15, 2011
ADPF 187
Full case name  ADPF 187 (ATTORNEY GENERAL v. PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC)
Citation(s)  Supreme Court of Brazil permitted the protests in favor of decriminalization of drugs in the country
Judge(s) sitting  Chief Justice Antonio Cezar Peluso Rapporteur Justice José Celso de Mello Filho Associate Justices Carlos Ayres Britto, Carmen Lúcia Antunes Rocha, Enrique Ricardo Lewandowski, Ellen Gracie Northfleet, Luiz Fux, Marco Aurélio Mello
Similar  Kyllo v United States, Gonzales v Raich, ADPF 54

ADPF 187 (June 15, 2011), is a landmark Brazil Supreme Court case. The rapporteur Celso de Mello voted in favor of protests of decriminalization of drugs.

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After of the decision of the Supreme Court, the people will not be penalized:

  • People can to protest in favor of decriminalization of drugs.
  • References

    ADPF 187 Wikipedia


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