European Arrest Warrant: Practice in Greece, the Netherlands and Poland (Maastricht Law Series #23) (Paperback)
What practical problems are at stake in current EAW surrender proceedings? The research project Improving Mutual Recognition of European Arrest Warrants through Common Practical Guidelines of which the three country reports for Greece, the Netherlands and Poland are now published, is a follow-up of an earlier project that led to the publication of The European Arrest Warrant and In Absentia Judgments, Maastricht Law Series No.12 InAbsentiEAW. This project is broader than in absentia alone and looks at various other aspects of the EAW surrender procedure that are problematic in practice. It also goes more into detail as it aims to present an alternative to the outdated Handbook for the European Arrest Warrant. This publication will be followed by a final report containing these Common Practical Guidelines. The current volume contains the country reports for Greece, the Netherlands and Poland as these countries offer a representative and interesting intersection of situations in daily practice when it comes to creating, fighting and solving problems on the EAW ImprovEAW.
About the Maastricht Law Series: Created in 2018 by Boom juridisch and Eleven International Publishing in association with the Maastricht University Faculty of Law, the Maastricht Law Series publishes books on comparative, European and International law. The series builds upon the tradition of excellence in research at the Maastricht Faculty of Law, its research centers and the Ius Commune Research School. The Maastricht Law Series is a peer reviewed book series thatallows researchers an excellent opportunity to showcase their work.
About the Author
Renata Barbosa is researcher and lecturer Maastricht University. Vincent Glerum is legal advisor (District Court of Amsterdam) and professor of international criminal law (University of Groningen). Hans Kijlstra is senior judge at the District Court of Amsterdam. André Klip is professor of Criminal (Procedural) Law (Maastricht University), member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences and judge (’s-Hertogenbosch Court of Appeal). Christina Peristeridou is assistant professor of criminal law and procedure at Maastricht University. Malgorzata Wasek-Wiaderek is professor at the Faculty of Law, Canon Law and Administration, the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin and judge of the Supreme Court. Adrian Zbiciak is research assistant in the Department of Criminal Procedure at the Faculty of Law, Canon Law and Administration, the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin.