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The EU’s mutual trust and recognition bubble: challenging the legitimacy of EU criminal policy & judicial cooperation in criminal matters

Gert Vermeulen (UGent)
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Vermeulen, Gert. 2016. “The EU’s Mutual Trust and Recognition Bubble: Challenging the Legitimacy of EU Criminal Policy & Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters.” In The Constitution of Modern Criminal Justice, ed. K Tiedemann, U Sieber, H Satzger, C Burchard, and D Brodowski, 181–210. Baden-Baden: Nomos.
APA
Vermeulen, G. (2016). The EU’s mutual trust and recognition bubble: challenging the legitimacy of EU criminal policy & judicial cooperation in criminal matters. In K. Tiedemann, U. Sieber, H. Satzger, C. Burchard, & D. Brodowski (Eds.), The constitution of modern criminal justice (pp. 181–210). Baden-Baden: Nomos.
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Vermeulen G. The EU’s mutual trust and recognition bubble: challenging the legitimacy of EU criminal policy & judicial cooperation in criminal matters. In: Tiedemann K, Sieber U, Satzger H, Burchard C, Brodowski D, editors. The constitution of modern criminal justice. Baden-Baden: Nomos; 2016. p. 181–210.
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Vermeulen, Gert. “The EU’s Mutual Trust and Recognition Bubble: Challenging the Legitimacy of EU Criminal Policy & Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters.” The Constitution of Modern Criminal Justice. Ed. K Tiedemann et al. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2016. 181–210. Print.
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