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by Sabine GLESS in Gilles DE KERCHOVE and Anne WEYEMBERGH (Eds.), "L'espace pénal européen: enjeux et perspectives" - book_chapter

What kind of Judicial Control do the New Protagonists Need? The Accountability of the European Police Office (Europol)

A la suite des événements dramatiques du 11 septembre 2001, la mise en place de l’espace pénal européen a connu une accélération sans précédent. Dans ce contexte, la Présidence belge de l’Union européenne a recueilli l’accord du Conseil sur trois instruments essentiels : le mandat d’arrêt européen, la définition commune du terrorisme et la mise sur pied d’Eurojust. Chacun constitue une avancée...
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by Stefano MANACORDA in Mireille DELMAS-MARTY and John VERVAELE (Eds.), "The implementation of the Corpus juris in the Member States: Volume 4" - book_chapter

Admissibility and evaluation of evidence. National reports of the Member States (France)

The establishment of an area of freedom, security and justice is one of the key objectives of the Treaty of Amsterdam. Measures to harmonize criminal law as well as measures in the field of police...
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by Stefano Manacorda in Mireille DELMAS-MARTY and John VERVAELE (Eds.), "The implementation of the Corpus juris in the Member States: Volume 4" - book_chapter

Criminal procedure: Articles 20-26

The establishment of an area of freedom, security and justice is one of the key objectives of the Treaty of Amsterdam. Measures to harmonize criminal law as well as measures in the field of police...
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by Valsamis MITSILEGAS - article

Defining Organised Crime in the EU: the Limits of European Criminal Law in the Area of "Freedom, Security and Justice".

The fight against organised crime has been at the forefront of the EU Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) agenda, as evidenced by the two Action Plans to fight organised crime in 1997 and 2000 and the...
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by Jaan GINTER - study

Compatibility of the Estonian Penal Law to the Need for Protection of Financial Interests of the European Union

 The objective of this study is to analyse and assess compatibility of the Estonian penal law to the need for protection of financial interests of the European Union. The compatibility is...
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by Jaan GINTER - article

Monitoring the EU Accession Process : Judicial Independence in Estonia

The EU Accession Monitoring Program of the Open Society Institute was initiated in 2000 to encourage independent monitoring of the process by which the European Union is considering applications...
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by Guy STESSENS - article

The international fight against corruption

Most legal systems are traditionally familiar with the offence of corruption. It was conceived as an offence against public order (infraction contre l’ordre public), which allowed sanctioning...
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