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by Otto LAGODNY in Rob BLEKXTOON and Wouter VAN BALLEGOOIJ (Eds.), "Handbook on the European Arrest Warrant" - book_chapter

'Extradition' without a granting procedure: The concept of "surrender"

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 Frank HOPFEL in Philip REICHEL and Jay ALBANESE (Eds.), "Handbook of transnational crime and justice" - book_chapter

Adjudicating International crimes

Transnational crime and justice will characterize the 21st century in same way that traditional street crimes dominated the 20th century. In the Handbook of Transnational Crime and Justice, Philip...
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by Frank HOPFEL in John A.E. VERVAELE (Ed.), "European evidence warrant – Transnational judicial inquiries in the EU" - book_chapter

The main features of the Constitutional Treaty for a European criminal justice system

The transnational gathering and use of criminal evidence is a complex and sensitive matter that affects basic principles inherent in national criminal justice systems. Replacing the mutual...
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by Maria KAIAFA-GBANDI - article

The Treaty Establishing a Constitution for Europe and challenges for criminal law at the commencement of 21st century

This article discusses the treaty that establishes a constitution for Europe and its challenges for criminal law at the beginning of the 21st century. Criminal law has established its importance...
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by Guy STESSENS, Liesbeth JANSSENS and Christine VAN DEN WIJNGAERT (Eds.) - book

International criminal law: A collection of International and European instruments

More and more, international criminal law is becoming a fact of day-to-day life in an ever-globalizing village. Legal practitioners, judges, prosecutors, defence attorneys and civil servants in...
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by Liljana SELINSEK - article

The penalisation of tax violations and criminal tax offences in Slovenian law

This paper deals with legal regulation in the field of penalisation of tax anomalies in the Republic of Slovenia. The Republic of Slovenia is a small Central European country, situated between the...
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