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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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EU Criminal Law after Lisbon: Rights, Trust and the Transformation of Justice in Europe

ISBN13: 9781849466486
Published: April 2016
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
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This new work by one of the leading commentators on EU criminal law, provides the first detailed overview of the impact of the Lisbon Treaty reforms on the operation and scope of EU criminal law.

In it, Valsamis Mitsilegas critcally examines key issues in EU criminal law emerging after the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty and addresses the implications of recent legislative, judicial and constitutional developments (including the constitutionalisation of the Charter of Fundamental Rights) for the future of European criminal justice.

The monograph focuses in particular on criminalisation post-Lisbon, mutual recognition, trust and defence rights post-Lisbon (including an analysis of recent CJEU rulings such as Melloni and Radu), and prosecution post-Lisbon (focusing on the future of Eurojust and the European Public Prosecutor).

Criminal Law, EU Law
1. Introduction
2. The Constitutionalisation of EU Criminal Law After Lisbon
3. Defining EU Competence in Substantive Criminal Law: From Securitised to Functional Criminalisation
4. The Rocky Road to European Prosecution: Caught Between Co-ordination and Centralisation
5. Mutual Recognition and Mutual Trust in Europe's Area of Criminal Justice: The Centrality of Fundamental Rights
6. Legislating for Human Rights: The EU Legal Framework on the Rights of Individuals in Criminal Proceedings
7. The Place of the Victim in Europe's Area of Criminal Justice
8. The Uneasy Relationship Between EU Criminal Law and Citizenship of the Union
9. The European Union and Preventive Justice. The Case of Terrorist Sanctions
10. Conclusion. Placing the Individual at the Heart of European Criminal Justice