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The future of mutual recognition in criminal matters in the European Union =

GisГЁle Vernimmen-Van Tiggelen

The future of mutual recognition in criminal matters in the European Union =

L"avenir de la reconnaissance mutuelle en matière pénale dans l"Union européenne

by GisГЁle Vernimmen-Van Tiggelen

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Published by Editions de l"Université de Bruxelles in Bruxelles .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesAvenir de la reconnaissance mutuelle en matière pénale dans l"Union européenne, Analysis of the future of mutual recognition in criminal matters in the European Union.
Statementedited by Gisèle Vernimment-Van Tiggelen, Laura Surano and Anne Weyembergh
SeriesSeries "Études européennes", Études européennes (Brussels, Belgium)
ContributionsUniversité libre de Bruxelles. Institut d"études européennes
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKJC3795 .F87 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination603 p. ;
Number of Pages603
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24439154M
ISBN 102800414529
ISBN 109782800414522
LC Control Number2010288790
OCLC/WorldCa436637933

  As ‘the cornerstone’, the focus of this article is on mutual recognition in criminal matters and in particular the European Arrest Warrant Framework Decision which has acted as a blueprint for other mutual recognition measures. The article considers the Cited by: 1. In the EU's fast-growing Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, the principle of mutual recognition should play a key role in the field of judicial cooperation in criminal matters. Since mutual recognition was enshrined as a cornerstone of judicial cooperation in the EU by the European Council of Tampere in , an increasing number of binding instruments based on this principle have been.

  According to the Treaty on European Union (TEU), the mutual recognition principle is the cornerstone of mutual cooperation between judicial authorities in Europe. The few instruments approved since the Lisbon Treaty show an unsystematic extension of the ground for refusal principle, and the existing instruments have been amended only once. The list of offences that may give rise to Cited by: 1. Opening Speech On The Future Of Police And Judicial Cooperation In The European Union. The Integration Of Police And Judicial Cooperation In Criminal Matters Into EU External Relations. Achievements And Problems. The Potential Of Mutual Recognition As A Leading Policy : Dirk Van Daele.

The principle of mutual recognition in cooperation in criminal matters thoroughly analyses one of the essential principles in EU criminal law. It deals with the European Arrest Warrant, the framework decision on freezing, the framework decision on financial penalties and the framework decision on confiscation and their implementation in the Nordic Member States. European arrest warrant and surrender procedures between Member States The Framework Decision Council Framework Decision //JHA of 27 November on the application of the principle of mutual recognition to judgments in criminal matters imposing .


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The future of mutual recognition in criminal matters in the European Union = by GisГЁle Vernimmen-Van Tiggelen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Analysis of the future of mutual recognition in criminal matters in the European Union - 6 - I. Introduction and methodology Background Following the invitation to tender published in summer the study Analysis of the future of mutual recognition in criminal matters in the European Union was awarded by the European Commission to the Institute for European Studies of the Université Libre de.

Analysis of the future of mutual recognition in criminal matters in the European Union. Avenir de la reconnaissance mutuelle en matière pénale dans l'Union européenne: Responsibility: edited by Gisèle Vernimment-Van Tiggelen, Laura Surano and Anne Weyembergh.

This book examines the mutual recognition of judicial decisions in European criminal law as a cornerstone of judicial co-operation in criminal matters in the European Union. Providing comprehensive content and combining theoretical and practical aspects, it covers all of the major issues surrounding mutual recognition.

The future of mutual recognition in criminal matters in the European Union In the EU’s fast-growing Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, the principle of mutual recognition should play a key role in the field of judicial cooperation in criminal matters. European Commission - Press Release details page - Brussels, 26 July, The Commission has adopted today a communication calling for the introduction of a mutual recognition regime "as direct and simple as possible" in the field of final decisions in criminal matters, among the Member States of the European Union.

Mutual recognition is on the agenda of. Get this from a library. L'avenir de la reconnaissance mutuelle en matière pénale dans l'Union européenne = The future of mutual recognition in criminal matters in the European Union.

[Gisèle Vernimment-Van Tiggelen; Laura Surano; Anne Weyembergh;]. B-Brussels: study: an analysis of the future of mutual recognition in criminal matters in the European Union.

the European Arrest Warrant, the European Evidence Warrant, freezing of assets and evidence, confiscation orders, exchange of information on convictions/criminal records, Detention and transfer of prisoners, mutual recognition of protection measures, mutual recognition of financial penalties.

Since She has worked at the Faculty of Law of the University of Bergen, where she holds her PhD degree (, "The Principle of Mutual Recognition in Cooperation in Criminal Matters. A study of the principle in four framework decisions and in the implementation legislation in the Nordic Member States").Cited by: 5.

Pénal Européen/Mutual Trust in the European Criminal Area, (Editions de l’Université de Bruxelles, ) pp. 29– For an overview of the development of the principle in criminal matters, see also Peers, “Mutual Recognition and Criminal Law in the European Union: Has the Council Got it Wrong?”, 41 CML Rev.

() 5– 8. Para TF50 () 26/2 - Commission to EU 27 Internal EU27 preparatory discussions on the framework for the future relationship: "Police & judicial cooperation in criminal matters" European Commission, Task Force for the Preparation and Conduct of the Negotiations with the United Kingdom under Article 50 TEUFile Size: 2MB.

Act 23/, on mutual recognition of judicial decisions in criminal matters in the E.U. 5 Catálogo de Publicaciones of 4 December, on amendment of Organic Act 6/, of 1 July, on the.

The analysis follows mutual recognition in the fields of product requirements, professional qualifications, and judicial decisions in criminal matters.

The book concludes that the core function of mutual recognition has been obscured by assertions made by EU policy makers regarding its consequences, which fail to distinguish between policy Author: Wouter van Ballegooij.

Mutual recognition as cornerstone of cooperation in criminal matters: The European Union criminal justice system Conference ‘International Cooperation in Criminal Matters: Connecting the EU and South America’ | Federal Prosecution Service, Office of the Prosecutor General of the Republic | Rio de Janeiro | 4 September   Opening Speech On The Future Of Police And Judicial Cooperation In The European Union In: The Future of Police and Judicial Cooperation in the EU.

Author: Ernst Hirsch Ballin. Page Count: The Potential Of Mutual Recognition As A Leading Policy by: 1. While Sect. analyses mutual recognition in criminal matters in European Union primary law, Sect.

analyses it in European Union secondary law. On the one hand, Sect. points out at its. the cornerstone of judicial cooperation in criminal matters within the European Union. Mutual recognition entails the acceptance of national judicial decisions in criminal matters throughout the Union.

With a minimum of formality and limited grounds for refusal, a judicial authority in. The Principle of Mutual Recognition in EU Law Christine Janssens Oxford Studies in European Law. The first detailed and comprehensive analysis of the role of the principle of mutual recognition and the interrelationship between internal market law and criminal law; Provides a structured cross-policy approach to a core principle of EU law.

Peers, S., ‘ Mutual Recognition and Criminal Law in the European Union: Has the Council Got It Wrong. ’ () 41 CMLRev. 5 Mitsilegas, V., ‘ The Constitutional Implications of Mutual Recognition in Criminal Matters in the EU ’ () 43 CMLRev. The European Investigation Order: shaping a new approach to mutual recognition in criminal matters.

By Steve PEERS (*) and Emilio DE CAPITANI (**) The adoption of Directive /41/EU on the European Investigation Order (EIO) is a milestone for judicial cooperation in criminal matters in the European Union notably after the entry into force of.

Eurojust. Furthermore, the EU mutual recognition instruments recognised as extremely valuable for UK law enforcement –such as the European rrest a warrant – would cease to apply. Moreover data, sharing and protection arrangements would need to be agreed to allow the exchange of information to continue in the Size: 3MB.

Suominen A () The principle of mutual recognition in cooperation in criminal matters, a study of the principle in four framework decisions and in the implementation legislation in the Nordic Member States. Intersentia, Cambridge Google ScholarCited by: 1.Abstract: The CJEU has recently found that mutual trust in the European Union is one of the principles relating to the constitutional structure of the Union.

The principle is of fundamental importance in the construction of an Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (AFSJ) that includes judicial cooperation in criminal matters based on mutual.