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Author Herlin-Karnell, Ester.

Title The constitutional dimension of European criminal law / Ester Herlin-Karnell.

Published Oxford ; Portland, Or. : Hart Pub., 2012.

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 UniM Law  KW 133 HERL    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxi, 261 pages ; 25 cm.
Series Modern studies in European law ; v. 30.
Modern studies in European law ; v. 30.
Notes Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--University of Oxford, December, 2009.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [241]-258) and index.
Contents 1 Introduction 1 -- I Introduction 1 -- II Brief Comment on the History of EU Criminal Law 3 -- III Structure of the Book 4 -- IV Final Remarks 8 -- 2 Journey of Criminal Law in the EU 10 -- I Introduction 10 -- II What is at Stake? 11 -- III Historic Third Pillar Web and the Concept of Mutual Recognition 22 -- IV Supranational Criminal Law 29 -- V Conclusion 41 -- 3 Chasing (Traditional) Effectiveness 42 -- I Introduction 42 -- II Principle of Effectiveness 43 -- III Effective Enforcement outside the EU's Traditional Borders 53 -- IV Effectiveness as a General Principle of Criminal Law 56 -- V Conclusion 60 -- 4 Constitutional Effectiveness: An Exegesis 62 -- I Introduction 62 -- II Conferred Powers and the Objectives of the EU 65 -- III Criminal Law and Market Integration 87 -- IV Subsidiarity and Proportionality 110 -- V Enhanced Cooperation and Loyalty 131 -- VI Constitutional Debate In Brief 138 -- VII General Conclusion 143 -- 5 Case Study I: EU Financial Crimes 146 -- I Introduction 146 -- II Money Laundering 147 -- III Counterfeiting and Piracy Directive 179 -- IV Confidence Path - Supranational Criminal Law 185 -- V Conclusion 189 -- 6 Case Study II: What Happens in Practice? The Implementation of the Third Money Laundering Directive in the UK and Sweden 190 -- I Introduction 190 -- II UK's Implementation of the EU Money Laundering Directives 191 -- III Sweden's Implementation of the Anti-money Laundering Directives 209 -- IV General Conclusion 221 -- 7 Lisbon Treaty: Anything New Under the Sun? 223 -- I Introduction 223 -- II Emergency Brake - It Looks Safer 224 -- III Embryonic Concept of a 'General Part' of EU Criminal Law 226 -- IV Court of Justice and Criminal Law 227 -- V Citizenship and Citizen Initiative 232 -- VI Conclusion 234 -- 8 Conclusion 235 -- I Conclusion 235 -- II EU Supranational Criminal Law, the (Grand?) Finale 236.
Subject Criminal law -- European Union countries.
Constitutional law -- European Union countries.
Effectiveness and validity of law -- European Union countries.
ISBN 9781849461764
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