18/04/2018 - Legislation
To make it easier and faster for law enforcement and judicial authorities to obtain the electronic evidence they need to investigate and eventually prosecute criminals and terrorists, the Commission proposed on 17 April 2018 new rules in the form of a Regulation and a Directive, which will:
28/03/2018 - EJN
On 21 March 2018, the 17th Tool Correspondents meeting of the European Judicial Network (EJN) took place in The Hague. During this meeting, participants gathered under the Presidency of Bulgaria to discuss the current and future projects foreseen for the update and improvement of the EJN website.
01/03/2018 - EJN
On 21 st February 2018, the 39 th Regular Meeting of the European Judicial Network took place in The Hague under the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
05/02/2018 - General
In addition to the general questionnaire on training of justice professionals on EU law launched on Friday 2 February (see below), there is a targeted questionnaire complementing the first one. This targeted questionnaire is intended for specialists of the European judicial training strategy.
05/02/2018 - EJN
During the two Plenary Meetings of 2017 that took place under the Maltese and Estonian Presidencies, practitioners from the European Union (EU) discussed the practical application of Directive 2014/41/EU regarding the European Investigation Order in criminal matters (“EIO Directive”).
01/02/2018 - Partners
On 23 January, Ms Maria João Almeida Gomes representing the EJN Secretariat, attended the 1st EuroMed Forum of Prosecutors General, hosted by the Office of the Spanish Prosecutor General, in Madrid.
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