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This text undertakes a comparative study of the management of the conflicting demands between freedom of expression and the independence of judiciary within a European context. In a collection of essays from selected European jurisdictions, the book assesses the legal situation of the offences associated with the criticism of judges and other judicial activity.;With increasing harmonization of legal standards in Europe, this text offers an approach to the revelation of the common and acceptable standards in a field that is full of uncertainties. It aims to fill the gap in the body of knowledge relating to freedom of expression in democratic society in its strategy to widen the debate into the field of judicial activity, and intends to provide doctrinal and practical lessons to researchers and practitioners in the field of human rights and freedom of expression, and particularly the judicial sphere.