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Substantive Criminal Law of the European Union Klip, Andre (EDT) 1 of 1
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 9046604403
ISBN-13: 9789046604403
Sku: 221182212
Publish Date: 4/29/2013
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9.5H x 6.5L x 0.75T
Pages:  254
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While the focus of the European Union in criminal law over the last decades has predominantly been on the implementation of the principle of mutual recognition, the EU also further developed its influence on substantive criminal law. This book addresses the issues at stake. In the first section, fundamental questions for the development of a coherent general part of European criminal law are discussed. Why does the EU need a general part of European criminal law? When a general part comes into being, how is this influenced by EU law and the law of the Member States? This discussion takes place in the light of the current legal situation and the future developments of the establishment of the European Prosecutor''s Office. The goal is to pin down the position of the general part in the European criminal justice system and to show its interrelations within existing and future developments in EU law. The second section delves deeper into the ''what'' question, examining the different princip
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Source other than Library of Congress."Whilst the focus of the European Union in criminal law over the last decades has predominantly been the implementation of the principle of mutual recognition, the EU also further developed its influence on substantive criminal law. It has emerged that the smooth operation of mutual recognition is facilitated by harmonisation of substantive law. Why is a general part of European criminal law necessary? When a general part comes into being how is this influenced by Union law and the law of the Member States? These questions are being dealt with in the light of the current legal situation and the future developments of the establishment of the European Public Prosecutor's Office. This book highlights the current main themes of substantive criminal law and may contribute to a more coherent and consistent European Criminal Law"--Provided by publisher.
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