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  1. In the past decades, the process of European integration has influenced all fields of law, and eventually also criminal law. European legislation now requires Member States to criminalize all sorts of harmful conduct but does not determine the full scope of criminal liability, omitting to define general principles of criminal law such as ‘intention’. This book aims to remedy this by establishing what mens rea and defences should look like in E...
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  2. The free movement of citizens within the European Union has been increasingly simplified, which means that nowadays more and more sentences are imposed to non-residents and, as a consequence, have to be executed on the territory of other Member States. An effective application of the Framework Decision 2008/947/JHA of 27 November 2008 that allows the recognition and supervision of probation measures in a Member State other than the one that pr...
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  3. This book examines the question why – from an economic perspective – society should enforce certain violations through criminal law, while others through private or administrative law.
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  4. Hate Speech Revisited

    Verschijnt 17 december 2011

    Criminal law on hate speech has become a hotly debated topic in the past decade. How to deal with hate speech in an increasingly pluralist society has become a pressing question. This comparative study deals with how ideas behind the law on hate speech and extreme speech in the Netherlands and England and Wales – including the influence of European and international law – have developed since 2001 and how this can be explained by reference to ...
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  5. A Disrupted Balance?

    Verschijnt 15 december 2011

    Since the 9/11 attacks combating terrorism has gained top priority within Dutch politics. This book discusses the scope of the preventive-oriented Dutch anti-terrorism legislation and its impact on fundamental legal rights and principles of law as enshrined in the European Convention on Human Rights. It analyses criminal liability for terrorist offences and discuses in particular the level of suspicion that is required to apply state powers to...
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  6. After years of debate, the Treaty of Lisbon introduced a legal basis for the introduction of a European Public Prosecutor’s Office in article 86 TFEU. This book examines those questions related to the way the Office may be embedded in the Union’s institutional structure.
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  7. The principle of mutual recognition in cooperation in criminal matters thoroughly analyses on of the essential principles in EU criminal law. It deals with the European Arrest Warrant, the framework decision on freezing, the framework decision on financial penalties and the framework decision on confiscation and their implementation in the Nordic Member States.
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  8. In dit boek wordt een overzicht gegeven en een analyse gemaakt van het overleveringsrecht, waarbij op beknopte wijze de verschillen met het klassieke uitleveringsrecht worden aangegeven.
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  9. In dit boek worden de problemen van drugsoverlast in Maastricht en omgeving in kaart gebracht en wordt op basis van de meest recente onderzoeksinzichten een inschatting gemaakt van de effecten die voornoemde beleidsmaatregelen op die problemen zullen sorteren.
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  10. This book explores the international legal framework governing the crime and human rights violation of enforced disappearance. It includes a thorough analysis and comparison of the existing international human rights case law and an assessment of the rules of international humanitarian law and international criminal law applicable to enforced disappearance.
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    € 75,-
 
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