This book examines the European arrest warrant as a successful and effective instrument for 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 the European arrest warrant. The book analyses its genesis, main features, surrender procedure, case law, implementation and the latest developments. Instead of focusing solely on a criminal law approach, it also considers the subject from the perspective of European Union law and constitutional law.
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1. Introduction and Methodology Part I - Introduction to European Arrest Warrant: 2. Genesis 3. Legal Basis: Framework Decision 2002/584/JHA on the European Arrest Warrant and the Surrender Procedures between Member States 4. Definition and General Presentation Part II - Surrender Procedure: 5. Principles of Surrender Procedure 6. Issuing the European Arrest Warrant 7. Execution the European Arrest Warrant 8. Bodies and Networks Facilitating and Co-ordinating the Procedure 9. Surrender Procedure and Nordic Countries (Norway & Island) Part III - Implementation: 10. Implementation in the Member States of the European Union Part IV - Case-law: 11. Decision-making Power of the Court of Justice of the European Union 12. Pressures of Constitutional Courts Part V - Evaluation: 13. 'Surrender' vs. 'Extradition': A Comparison Focused on Innovations of the European Arrest Warrant 14. Evaluations of European Union Institutions, Doctrinal Assessments & Challenging Part VI - Latest and Current Development: 15. Strengthening Procedural Rights in Surrender Procedure.
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