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Research Handbook on EU Criminal Law

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ISBN13: 9781783473304
Published: March 2016
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £220.00



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EU criminal law is one of the fastest evolving, but also challenging, policy areas and fields of law. This Handbook provides a comprehensive and advanced analysis of EU criminal law as a structurally and constitutionally unique policy area and field of research.

With contributions from leading experts, focussing on their respective fields of research, the book is preoccupied with defining cross-border or 'Euro-crimes', while allowing Member States to sanction criminal behaviour through mutual cooperation.

It contains a web of institutions, agencies, and external liaisons, which ensure the protection of EU citizens from serious crime, while protecting the fundamental rights of suspects and criminals.Students and scholars of EU Criminal Law will benefit from the comprehensive research present in this Handbook.

National and EU policy makers, as well as judges, defence lawyers, and human rights lawyers will find the analysis of current legal action, combined with proposed solutions, useful to their work.

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Subjects:
Criminal Law, European Jurisdictions
Contents:
1. The European Court of Justice and Fundamental Rights in the Field of Criminal LawKoen Lenaerts and Jose A. Gutierrez-Fons

PART I INSTITUTIONAL AND CONSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK OF EU CRIMINAL LAW
2. The Institutional FrameworkHenri Labayle
3. EU Competence in Criminal MattersRosaria Sicurella
4. EU Criminal Law Flexibility: What Lessons from the UK Protocol 36 SagaMaria Fletcher

PART II THE HUMAN RIGHTS DIMENSION OF EU CRIMINAL LAW
5. EU Criminal Law and Fundamental RightsPaul De Hert
6. Fundamental Rights, National Identity and EU Criminal law Alexandros Kargopoulos
7. Mutual Recognition, Mutual Trust and Fundamental Rights After LisbonValsamis Mitsilegas
8. Criminal Procedure in Europe's Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: the Rights of the SuspectJacqueline Hodgson
9. The Principle of ne bis in idem in Europe's Area of Freedom, Security and JusticeAnne Weyembergh and Ines Armada
10. The Fate of the Data Retention Directive: About Mass Surveillance and Fundamental Rights in the EU Legal OrderLuisa Marin

PART III RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHER FIELDS OF LAW
11. Is Administrative Law Still Relevant? How the Battle of Sanctions Has Shaped EU Criminal Law Ester Herlin-Karnell
12. The Relationship between EU Criminal Law and Competition LawChristopher Harding
13. The Relationship between EU Criminal Law and Environmental LawProfessor Valsamis Mitsilegas, Professor Malgosia Fitzmaurice and Dr Elena Fasoli
14. The Interplay between EU Immigration Law and National Criminal Law - The Case of the Return DirectiveNiovi Vavoula
15. European Criminal Law and National Criminal LawPetter AspPART IV EU CRIMINAL OFFENCES
16. Money LaunderingMaria Bergstrom
17. Organised CrimeSaskia Hufnagel
18. Punishing Corruption in the Public and the Private Sector: Key Issues on Current EU Policy and Rule-of-Law ChallengesMaria Kaiafa-Gbandi
19. TerrorismFrancesca Galli
20. Evolution of the EU Action against Trafficking of Human BeingsTom Obokata

PART V CRIMINAL JUSTICE AGENCIES IN EUROPE'S AFSJ
21. EurojustMichele Coninsx
22. EuropolSabine Gless
23. The European Public Prosecutor's OfficeKatalin Ligeti

PART VI THE EXTERNAL DIMENSION
24. EU Criminal Law and EU EnlargementAdam Lazowski
25. Transatlantic Cooperation in Criminal Law Elaine Fahey
26. EU Anti-terrorist Sanctions Iain Cameron
27. EU Law and International Cooperation in Criminal Matters: A Tale of Legal Competence and Political CompetencyTheodore Konstadinides
28. The Relationship between European and International Criminal Law (and the Absent (?) ThirdPedro Caeiro
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