European criminal justice series ; 1. Human Rights and Humanitarian Law E-Books Online, Collection 2019, ISBN ; 9789004390775.
EU criminal justice is a fast developing and challenging area of EU law and policy that requires scholars from different disciplines to join forces. This book is a first attempt to establish such synergies. Coming from different angles, the authors deal with questions in the area of EU substantive criminal law, such as when criminalisation of conduct is an appropriate choice; how the process of (de)criminalisation could be advanced; what the role of evidence could be in this regard; and what consequences criminalisation decisions at EU level have for national legal orders. The book concludes with a demonstration of how similar issues arise in the field of procedural criminal law.
"The conference The Future of EU Criminal Justice Policy and Practice held at Leiden Law School, on which the present volume is based ..." --ECIP forword.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Foreword Notes on Contributors Introduction To Criminalise or not to Criminalise? Legal and Criminological Approaches to the Criminalisation of Conduct in EU Law EU Criminalisation, Its Normative Justifications, and Criminological Considerations for EU Criminal Policy and Justice by Nina Peršak Evidence-Based Criminalisation in EU Law: Evidence of What Exactly? by Jannemieke Ouwerkerk The Search for Evidence Relating to the Application and Impact of EU Legislation: Probing the National Experience by Christopher Harding and Joanna Beata Banach-Gutierrez Tackling Breaches of Sale Contracts at EU Level: A Call for Change? by Sanne Buisman Decriminalisation in the Law of the European Union by Valsamis Mitsilegas How to Criminalise? Philosophy of Law and Cognitive Approaches to Criminal Legislation Harmonising Legal Interests. Legal Interests under Criminal Law in a Multilevel Legal Order by Christine Cleiren and Jeroen ten Voorde Categorising the Offence of Fraud against the Financial Interests of the European Union. A Law and Cognition Perspective by Willem Geelhoed Criminalising Organised Crime on the EU Level: Understanding Crime through a Financial Aim Perspective? by Dafni Lima Reflections and Prospects on EU Criminal Justice after Lisbon Repression - Reflections on EU Criminal Law by Thomas Elholm A Realistic Agenda for Research and Regulation Relating to Crime Prevention by Nick Tilley EU Procedural Criminal Law after Lisbon by Jacob Öberg.
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Print version: EU Criminal Justice: Policy And Practice Leiden ; Boston : Brill | Nijhoff, ,