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by Arkadiusz LACH in Peter TAK (Ed.), "Task and powers of the prosecution services in the EU Member States (Volume II)" - book_chapter

Poland

Both volumes of Tasks and Powers of the Prosecution Services in the EU Member States aim to provide insight in the differences and similarities of the prosecution services in the different European legal systems. The tasks and powers of the prosecution service in each Member State are discussed seperately in country reports. Volume I contains the reports of: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, England...
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by Katja SUGMAN in Petrus VAN DUYNE, Matjaž JAGER, Klaus VON LAMPE and James NEWEL (Eds.), "Threaths and Phantoms of Organized Crime, Corruption and Terrorism: Critical European Perspectives" - article

A crytical analysis, from a Slovenian perspective, of Corpus Juris and the Green Paper

The purpose of this paper is to offer a critical analysis of the evolving framework of EU criminal procedure. My discussion will be undertaken on three levels: on the first, more limited one, I...
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by Giovanni GRASSO in Peter CULLEN (Ed.), "Enlarging the Fight against Fraud in the European Union: Penal and Administrative Sanctions, Settlement, Whistleblowing and Corpus Juris in the Candidate Countries" - article

Droit pénal spécial: infractions de fraude, blanchiment et association de malfaiteurs

The ERA-coordinated study on "Penal and Administrative Sanctions, Settlement, Whistleblowing and Corpus Juris in the Candidate Countries" results were presented at the conference "The European...
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by Katja SUGMAN in Anthony MOORE (Ed.), "Police and Judicial Co-operation in the European Union" - article

Criminal Law in the European Union: A Giant Leap or a Small Step: Slovenia

Written for the XXI FIDE Congress taking place in Dublin in June 2004, this book is the most wide ranging and comprehensive international survey of the topic ever undertaken. It covers how 22 EU...
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by Mar JIMENO-BULNES - article

Lay participation in Spain: The jury system

Although the judicial administration in Spain is erected on the basis of the professional judge, Spanish law also provides for a degree of lay participation through three institutions: the office...
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by Steve PEERS and Angela WARD (Eds.) - book

The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights : Politics, law and policy

This book assesses the impact of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights from four key perspectives. First, it posits the Charter within the framework of the ongoing debate on EU Constitutionalism,...
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by Christoffer WONG in Tadeusz BIERNAT, Krzysztof PALECKI, Aleksander PECZENIK, Christoffer WONG and Marek ZIRK-SADOWSKI (Eds.), "Stressing Legal Decisions" - article

Stressing European Legislation and its Implementation in the Member States

This contribution to a symposium deals with the quality of national legislation implementing European Community/Union law and the "stress" that international and supranational law exert on the...
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