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Gueye and Salmerón Sánchez

European Union law, i.e. the Framework Decision on the standing of victims in criminal proceedings, does not preclude a mandatory injunction to stay away being adopted in all cases of domestic violence, even if the victim wishes to re-establish cohabitation with the offender. Such a measure of protection under criminal law against acts of domestic violence is intended to protect not only...
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Fahas

The General Court rejects the pleas of Mr Fahas alleging infringement of fundamental rights and of the obligation to state reasons. With regard to the claim alleging infringement...
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Gaetano Mantello

A national court which issues a European arrest warrant may declare that an earlier judgment given under its legal system does not cover the same acts as those referred to in the arrest warrant....
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UK v. Council (participation of the UK in the development of the Schengen acquis)

The United Kingdom applied to the Court for annulment, submitting on the contrary, as its main plea, that Decision 2008/633/JHA (access of the Visa Information System by national authorities and...
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I.B.

A Romanian national was sentenced, at the latest stage, in absentia in Romania which, after accession to the EU, issued a European arrest warrant. On its basis the person concerned was put into...
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Eredics and Sápi

Articles 1(a) and 10 of the Framework Decision on the standing of victims in criminal proceedings must be interpreted as meaning that the concept of ‘victim’ does not extend to legal persons for...
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Yassin Abdullah Kadi (Kadi II - General Court)

The General Court annuls the regulation freezing Yassin Abdullah Kadi’s funds. The regulation was adopted in breach of Mr Kadi’s rights of defence and constitutes an unjustified restriction...
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