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Hart studies in European criminal law ; v. 1.
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Introduction The constitutionalisation of EU criminal law after Lisbon Defining EU competence in substantive criminal law : from securitised to functional criminalisation The rocky road to European prosecution : caught between co-ordination and centralisation Mutual recognition and mutual trust in Europe's area of criminal justice : the centrality of fundamental rights Legislating for human rights: the EU legal framework on the rights of individuals in criminal proceedings The place of the victim in Europe's area of criminal justice The uneasy relationship between EU criminal law and citizenship The European Union and preventive justice. the case of terrorist sanctions Conclusion. placing the individual at the heart of European criminal justice.
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Print version: Mitsilegas, Valsamis, 1971- author. EU criminal law after Lisbon Oxford ; Portland, Oregon, USA : Hart Publishing, Ltd., 2016 Original