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by Wouter VAN BALLEGOOIJ and Rob BLEKXTOON (Eds.) - book

Handbook on the European arrest warrant

On 13 June 2002 the Framework Decision on the European Arrest Warrant and Surrender Procedures between Member States of the European Union (EAW) was adopted by the Council of the European Union. The Framework Decision must be implemented by all current and future members of the European Union in their respective legal systems. This handbook offers an introduction to the EAW, its origin and its...
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by Rosaria SICURELLA in Peter J CULLEN (Ed.), "Enlarging the fight against fraud in the European Union: Penal and administrative sanctions, settlement, whistleblowing and Corpus Juris in the candidate countries" - book_chapter

Droit pénal spécial: délits de fonctionnaires et contrefaçon

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by Mar JIMENO-BULNES - article

The European judicial cooperation in criminal matters

European judicial cooperation in criminal matters has its origins under Title VI as part of the Third Pillar (JHA) of the Treaty on European Union, signed on 7 February 1992 in Maastricht....
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by Jørn VESTERGAARD in Susie ALEGRE & Marisa LEAF (Eds.), "European Arrest Warrant. A solution ahead of it time?" - article

Implementation of the Framework Decision regarding the European Arrest Order - the Danish extradition legislation

Denmark was the second Member State to implement the Framework Decision on the European Arrest Warrant (EAW), completing the process by the end of May 2003. This necessitated the amendment of two...
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by Valsamis MITSILEGAS - article

The New EU-US Cooperation on Extradition, Mutual Legal Assistance and the Exchange of Police Data

The events of 11 September 2001 acted as a catalyst towards the intensification of EU-USA cooperation in criminal matters. This article focuses on two specific aspects of this intensified...
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by Valsamis MITSILEGAS - book

Money Laundering Counter-Measures in the European Union: A New Paradigm of Security Governance versus Fundamental Legal Principles

The past fifteen years witnessed the emergence globally of a plethora of legislative measures aimed at countering money laundering. These developments have been inextricably linked with the...
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by Stefano MANACORDA - article

Restraints on death penalty in Europe: A circular process

That the European area is a zone free of capital punishment is the result of a complex process of restraints that has evolved over the last 50 years. Domestic, regional and universal international...
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