published the ruling that declared inadmissible the habeas corpus filed by the legal defense of
Said appeal had been filed against the resolution —dated July 16, 2019, and issued by the Fourth Criminal Chamber for Proceedings with Free Prisoners at the Superior Court of Justice of Lima— which declared the petition for habeas corpus inadmissible.
Toledo alleged the violation of his right to due process, effective judicial protection, and the principle of legality.
The Constitutional Court —which is the supreme interpreter of the Constitution— said that no nexus of affectation was observed between the right to due process and his personal freedom. Thus, a protection through the submitted habeas corpus did not proceed.
According to the ruling, the right to due process can be protected as long as the offending act has a negative impact on personal freedom, which is not the case on this occasion.
In this sense, it specifies that the facts and the petition of the claim are not directly related to the constitutionally-protected content of the invoked right.
A United States judge recently accepted the request of Toledo's defense and postponed the start of the extradition trial until September 2021 —three months after it was initially scheduled to take place.