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Cooperation in criminal matters through the eyes of the Luxembourg Court : the case law of 2019

Wendy De Bondt (UGent)
(2020) EUROPEAN CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW. 10(2). p.171-184
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In the course of 2019, the Luxembourg court was invited to reflect and rule on the interpretation of different provisions within the EU’s legal framework governing cooperation in criminal matters. Analysis of the court’s case law reveals that eight themes can be distinguished across eight cooperation instruments: (1) the law governing the execution of a confiscation order; (2) the impact of preliminary rulings on the deadlines set for release of persons arrested in execution of a European arrest warrant; (3) the position of public prosecutors in issuing a European arrest warrant; (4) the scope and effect of the Directive on Victim Rights to national criminal procedural law; (5) the impact of a mental illness on the applicability of the Directive on the right to information and the Directive on the access to a lawyer; (6) the use of problematic detention conditions as a ground to refuse cooperation; (7) the need to have a legal remedy against the issuing of a European investigation order; and (8) the scope of the Directive on the presumption of innocence and the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.

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De Bondt, Wendy. “Cooperation in Criminal Matters through the Eyes of the Luxembourg Court : The Case Law of 2019.” EUROPEAN CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW, vol. 10, no. 2, 2020, pp. 171–84.
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De Bondt, W. (2020). Cooperation in criminal matters through the eyes of the Luxembourg Court : the case law of 2019. EUROPEAN CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW, 10(2), 171–184.
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De Bondt, Wendy. 2020. “Cooperation in Criminal Matters through the Eyes of the Luxembourg Court : The Case Law of 2019.” EUROPEAN CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW 10 (2): 171–84.
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De Bondt, Wendy. 2020. “Cooperation in Criminal Matters through the Eyes of the Luxembourg Court : The Case Law of 2019.” EUROPEAN CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW 10 (2): 171–184.
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De Bondt W. Cooperation in criminal matters through the eyes of the Luxembourg Court : the case law of 2019. EUROPEAN CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW. 2020;10(2):171–84.
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W. De Bondt, “Cooperation in criminal matters through the eyes of the Luxembourg Court : the case law of 2019,” EUROPEAN CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 171–184, 2020.
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