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The European Arrest Warrant. Better Than A Chaos Of Conventions?

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Over two thousand years ago, the Ten Commandments were handed over to Moses as written documents. Moses brought them to the people of Israel who knew the contents of the Commandments. This situation is much better than the current one of a defence counsel who wants to give legal advice to his client on questions of the national implementing law of the Framework Decision on the European Arrest Warrant (EAW-FD). The defence counsel would be happy even to know the wording of those national laws. This chapter deals with that problem by giving an overview on the two situations, before and after the EAW-FD. Then it turns to the problem of access to the law and its consequences for the principle of mutual recognition.

Keywords: EAW-FD; Israel; mutual recognition



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