European Arrest Warrant by Libor Klimek (auth.)

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This booklet examines the eu arrest warrant as a winning and powerful software for judicial co-operation in felony issues within the eu Union. supplying entire content material and mixing theoretical and functional elements, it covers the entire significant concerns surrounding the eu arrest warrant. The ebook analyses its genesis, major beneficial properties, hand over technique, case legislation, implementation and the most recent advancements. rather than focusing exclusively on a felony legislation process, it additionally considers the topic from the point of view of ecu Union legislations and constitutional law.

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35 This new integration objective was strengthened by the introduction of a range of new policy objectives and by new and more appropriate legal instruments and improved judicial control. This led to the further expansion of the scope of policy-making concerning Justice and Home Affairs with dozens of new legislative acts adopted, and a considerable number of new legislative initiatives put in place. 37 The creation of the AFSJ has been a gradual process. It should have been established in 5 years.

Delmas-Marty and Vervaele (2000). 46 Regan and O’Mahony (2002), pp. 306–307. 47 Articles 1–17 of the Corpus Juris 2000. 48 Articles 18–35 of the Corpus Juris 2000. 49 Article 25ter of the Corpus Juris 2000. 50 Article 25ter(4) of the Corpus Juris 2000. 51 Spencer (2000), p. 357. 4 Mutual Recognition of Judicial Decisions in the European Union: A. . 4 19 Mutual Recognition of Judicial Decisions in the European Union: A ‘New Wave’ Towards the European Arrest Warrant Mutual recognition of judicial decisions, that is the process by which a decision or judgment issued by the judicial authority in one EU Member State is recognised and enforced by the judicial authorities of another, was a major change of approach within the EU in order to improve co-operation in criminal matters.

31 Although the EU Member States did not want to break off pieces of criminal law from national sovereignty and transfer them into the Community law, they 21 Ja´nosˇ´ıkova´ (2004), p. 23. 11 of the Treaty on EU—‘Provisions on a Common Foreign and Security Policy’— Title V. 9 of the Treaty on EU—‘Provisions on Co-operation in the Fields of Justice and Home Affairs’—Title VI. 24 The Three Pillar structure of the EU was abandoned on 1st December 2009 following the entry into force of the Treaty of Lisbon (the third revision of the Treaty on EU).

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