27/05/2016 - - General
First issue 2016 of EUCRIM journal is now available online

Eucrim is a very well established online journal that serves as a Europe-wide forum for European criminal law. It encourages the discussion among both practitioners and academics, hence it allows the readers to perform a deep analysis on the current affairs.

The first issue 2016 of EUCRIM, dedicated to Procedural Rights and Cooperation – New Tendencies, is available through the following link: https://eucrim.mpicc.de/archiv/eucrim_16-01.pdf.

In this issue, the following news are of particular interest for practitioners on international judicial cooperation in criminal matters:

- Discussion on the inclusion of VAT fraud into the PIF directive;

- State of play regarding the proposal on the European Public Prosecutor’s Office;

- Report by the European Parliament’s European Added Value Unit on the costs of non-Europe in the field of organised crime and

- Publication of the Directive on the presumption of innocence and the right to be present at trial in criminal proceedings;

- Current developments in the field of data protection (data retention, EU PNR exchange system, EU-US privacy shield and EU-US umbrella agreement)

- Recent case law on the European Arrest Warrant, including the new judgment of the CJEU in the joint cases Aranyosi and Căldăraru, as well as two important recent decisions of the German Federal Constitutional Court.

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