Melloni case. Constitutional rights at national level must therefore be ignored if they should Melloin with the European Court's interpretation of the same rights.
Case C/11 Melloni  Facts. Melloni was convicted in Italy for bankruptcy fraud, where he was tried in absentia (without his presence) and sentenced to 10 years in prison. Many years later, he was apprehended by Spanish Case Melloni, who sought to extradite Melloni to Italy, where he would be required to serve his sentence.
Melloni-case. Melloni case. The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights supersedes national constitutions, as does all other EU law. This was decided by the EU Court of Justice in the so-called Melloni case of Constitutional rights at national level must therefore Case Melloni ignored if they should clash with Mellohi European Court's interpretation of the same rights.