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by Auke Willems - article

The Court of Justice of the European Union’s Mutual Trust Journey in EU Criminal Law: From a Presumption to (Room for) Rebuttal

More than any other EU institution, the Court of Justice of the European Union has upheld the presumption of mutual trust in EU criminal law cooperation. Surprisingly though, despite mutual trust’s centrality in the Court’s jurisprudence, it has long not qualified nor properly elaborated the notion of trust, but rather held on to its presumed existence based on a high level of fundamental...
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by Simone Lonati - article

Is the European Protection Order Sufficiently Robust to Prevent Any Discrimination Among Victims Moving Across the European Union? An Assessment of the First Seven Years

The purpose of this paper is, on the one hand, to highlight the reasons that have thus far prevented a systematic and widespread recourse to the commendable (in intent at least) European...
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by Sergio Carrera; Valsamis Mitsilegas; Marco Stefan; Fabio Giuffrida - study

Criminal Justice and Police Cooperation between the EU and the UK after Brexit - Towards a principled and trust-based partnership

Brexit poses several challenges for future interaction between the EU and the UK in the areas of criminal justice and police cooperation. A new legal framework will be required to sustain the EU’s...
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by Leandro Mancano - article

Judicial Harmonisation through Autonomous Concepts of European Union Law. The Example of the European Arrest Warrant Framework Decision

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has been a key institutional actor for the promotion of legal integration within the EU. On many occasions, such a function has been performed to...
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by Leandro Mancano - article

Judicial harmonisation through autonomous concepts of European Union Law: The example of the European Arrest Warrant Framework decision

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has been a key institutional actor for the promotion of legal integration within the EU. On many occasions, such a function has been performed to...
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by Simone Lonati - article

Anonymous Witness Evidence before the European Court of Human Rights: Is It Still Possible to Speak of "Fair Trial"?

The purpose of this paper is to encourage a reflection on the use of anonymous witness evidence by the European Court of Human Rights. An analysis of the leading cases solved by the Strasbourg...
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by Miroslava Schloten and Michiel Luchtman - collective_book

Law Enforcement by EU Authorities: Implications for Political and Judicial Accountability

Law Enforcement by EU Authorities is the first comprehensive study of a new development in the field of EU law and governance: the proliferation of EU enforcement authorities (EEAs). It offers an...
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