Joanna Banach-Gutierrez

Joanna Banach-Gutierrez
University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn · Department of International Public Law

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Project: "Cultures of Victimology": understanding process of victimization cross Europe'" ( 2019-2023) COST ACTION CA 18121

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Chris Harding, as he called himself, was a researcher, writer, teacher, reviewer, and academic strategist, long-affiliated with Aberystwyth University, and most recently Emeritus Professor of Law there. He was a teacher and researcher at Aberystwyth since the 1970s, and a Professor of Law since 1995. He was the author of several books, academic pap...
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This article deals with the transposition of European Union (EU) criminal policy to national justice systems, taking, as an example, the surrender of prosecuted persons under the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) procedure. In particular, attention is focused on the question about the limits of the application of mutual recognition in the event of exec...
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In recent years, more and more attention has been focused on the interests of crime victims, including their enlarging role in criminal proceedings. The procedural rights of, and assistance to, victims of crime are gradually becoming essential aspects of contemporary criminal justice systems. In the transnational context at the European Union level...
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This paper will explore a question about the operation of an increasingly globalised criminal justice system in the European Union context. The emergence of European Union criminal law, characterised by its legal supremacy and universalism is a relatively new research area in penal science. This raises the need for some discussion of governing rule...
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This article analyses the European Commission?s Communication of September 2011, ?Towards an EU Criminal Policy?, in an attempt to identify more precisely the nature and role of what is now commonly referred to as ?EU criminal law? and to extrapolate some theoretical foundation for the deployment of criminal law at the European level. The analysis...
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This article analyses the European Commission s Communication of September 2011, "Towards an EU Criminal Policy " in an attempt to identify more precisely the nature and role of what is now commonly referred to as "EU criminal law" and to extrapolate some theoretical foundation for the deployment of criminal law at the European level The analysis i...

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