2021: The Significance of EU Criminal Law in the 21st Century: The Need for Further Harmonisation or New Criminal Policy?

2021

Vilnius University Open Series
The Significance of EU Criminal Law in the 21st Century: The Need for Further Harmonisation or New Criminal Policy?
Published 2021-05-14

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Ieva-Marija Ragaišytė | Gintaras Švedas
The Significance of EU Criminal Law in the 21st Century: The Need for Further Harmonisation or New Criminal Policy?
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1-104
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Front Matter

Tomas Davulis
Table of Contents and Foreword
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1-9
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Articles

Laura Mickevičiūtė
Is there the Need for Further Harmonisation on Corruption Offences in the European Union?
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21-27
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Rasa Volungevičienė
Principle of Efficiency in EU Criminal Law
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28-33
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Serena Cacciatore
European Investigation Order as Instrument for the Fight Against Organised Crime
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34-38
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Dimitrios Nomikos
EPPO (From a Federal and Protection of Human Rights Perspective)
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39-41
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Chloé Fauchon
European Investigation Order Directive: What About Defence Rights?
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42-48
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Pavlo Demchuk
Criminal Law & Populism – Is There a Place for Human Rights?
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49-55
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Simona Garbatavičiūtė
Reshaping Plea Bargaining in European Criminal Justice
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56-64
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74-79
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Justinas Bagdžius
Bail as Social Phenomena’s Applicability in Legal Liability Forms
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80-86
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Back Matter

Scientific Committee of the Conference
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95-104
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