by Sabine GLESS in John A.E. VERVAELE (Ed.), "European evidence warrant - transnational judicial inquiries in the EU" - book_chapter
by Kai AMBOS - article
Is the development of a common substantive criminal law for Europe possible? Some preliminary reflections
The road to a common European Criminal Law, notwithstanding the politic, towards the further 'Europeanisation' of our laws against the background of multi by transnational crime, is littered with...
by Gerard CONWAY - article
Judicial Interpretation and the Third Pillar: Ireland’s Acceptance of the European Arrest Warrant and the Gözütok and Brügge Case
This article discusses the potential effects of a declaration by Ireland on its acceptance of the European Arrest Warrant (stating Ireland's opposition to investigative detention) on the...
by Theodora CHRISTOU and Juan Pablo RAYMOND (Eds.) - book
This publication combines several papers resulting from a conference held at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law in 2003. Topics include: a comparative view on the...
by Asbjorn STRANDBAKKEN in Torbjorn ANDERSSON (Ed.), "Parallel and conflicting enforcement of law" - book_chapter
Applying different evidentiary standards to criminal conviction and conpensation: A parallel and conflict enforcement of law?
This anthology contains essays on the subject of parallel proceedings, based on interventions by a multinational assembly of scholars, judges and lawyers at a symposium held in Thoresta, Sweden....
by Lorenzo PICOTTI in John A.E. VERVAELE (Ed.), "European evidence warrant: Transnational judicial inquiries in the EU" and Francesca RUGGIERI - book_chapter
by Mar JIMENO-BULNES in Coral ARANGUENA FANEGO (Ed.), "Procedural safeguards in criminal proceedings throughout the European Union" - book_chapter
The fundamental right to free interpretation and translation is examined here in the light of both European and national legislation as well as judicial practice in Spain. From the first...