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The Court of Justice and European Criminal Law

Leading Cases in a Contextual Analysis

Editor(s): Valsamis Mitsilegas, Alberto di Martino, Leandro Mancano
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Published: 05-09-2019
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Edition: 1st
Extent: 496
ISBN: 9781509911189
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Modern Studies in European Law
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About The Court of Justice and European Criminal Law

The aim of this book is to provide an insight into the landmark rulings of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in European Criminal Law (ECL). As in other areas of EU law, the decisions of the CJEU have been a driving force for development and integration. By analysing the impact of these leading cases on EU and national law, the book provides a diachronic and multifaceted picture of the Court's approach to criminal law.

Table Of Contents

PART I
PRINCIPLES
1. C-80/86 – Kolpinghuis Nijmegen
The General Principles of European (Criminal) Law as Limitation to the Enforcement of EU Law: The Kolpinghuis Nijmegen Rule
Dr Luisa Marin
Indirect Effect of EU Law aft er Kolpinghuis Nijmegen (C-80/86): Consistent Interpretation in Dutch Criminal Courts
Jannemieke Ouwerkerk
2. C-387/02 – Berlusconi and Others
The Berlusconi Judgment: A Cornerstone of European Legality
Frank Meyer
Allusion, Illusion, Delusion. The Assessment of the Berlusconi Judgment in Italy
Alberto di Martino
3. C-105/03 – Pupino
Impact of the Pupino Decision on EU Law
Maria Fletcher
Protecting Vulnerable Victims and Beyond: The Duty of Consistent Interpretation in Criminal Matters in Italy aft er Pupino
Grazia Maria Vagliasindi

PART II
COMPETENCE
4. 68/88 – Commission v Greece
Effectiveness, Dissuasiveness, Proportionality of Sanctions and Assimilation Principle: The Long-Lasting Legacy
of the Greek Maize Case
Fabio Giuffrida
The Greek Maize Case. From Sincere Cooperation to Criminal Law Integration in the EU
Rosaria Sicurella
5. C-176/03 – Commission of the European Communities v Council of the European Union
The 'Constitutional' ECJ Ruling on the Enforcement of Community Law (Case C-176/03) and its Impact on EU Law
M Kaiafa-Gbandi
EU Substantive Criminal Competence and the Court of Justice: Reactions to the Case Law
Samuli Miettinen
6. C-105/14 – Taricco and Others
On Legality in Criminal Matters between Primacy of EU Law and National Constitutional Traditions. A Study of the Taricco Saga
Silvia Allegrezza
Taricco, Endgame
Vittorio Manes

PART III
NE BIS IN IDEM
7. C-187/01 – Gözütok and Brügge
Comment on CJEU, 11 February 2003, Joined Cases C-187/01 and C-385/01 Criminal Proceedings v Hüseyin Gözütok and Klaus Brügge
Anne Weyembergh
The Impact of Case C-187/01 [Gözütok/Brügge] at the National Level: Inadvertent Legacy
Elisavet Symeonidou-Kastanidou and Yannis Naziris
8. C-486/14 – Kossowski
Judgment (Grand Chamber) C-486/14 Piotr Kossowski, 29 June 2016
Kai Ambos
Impact of the Case C-486/14 – Kossowski at National Level
Celina Nowak
9. C-617/10 – Akerberg Fransson
Fishing for Better Rights Protection: The Court of Justice on the Application of the Charter in the Member States and the Reach of ne bis in idem
Tobias Lock
The Impact of Case C-617/10: Akerberg Fransson at National Level – The Swedish Example
Maria Bergström

PART IV
MIGRATION AND CITIZENSHIP
10. C-61/11 PPU – El Dridi
Criminalisation of Irregular Migration in the EU: The Impact of El Dridi
Niovi Vavoula
Reshaping Criminalisation of Irregular Migration in Italy: The Impact of EU Law Beyond the El Dridi Judgment
Alessandra Annoni
11. C-304/14 – CS
The Intersection of National Criminal Law and EU Citizenship Law: Reflections on the Judgment in CS
Niamh Nic Shuibhne
Leave at Your Chosen Speed? EU Citizenship and Criminal Convictions: An Insight into the United Kingdom's Approach
Leandro Mancano

PART V
MUTUAL RECOGNITION AND MUTUAL TRUST
12. C-303/05 – Advocaten voor de Wereld
Advocaten voor de Wereld: The Salvation of Mutual Trust
Henning Fuglsang Sorensen
The Contribution of Advocaten voor de Wereld for the Protection of Human Rights in the Context of Supra-State Law and for the Doctrine of Double Criminality
Pedro Caeiro
13. C-396/11 – Radu
Judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union, 29 January 2013, Radu
Rosa Raffaelli
The Implication of Radu at a National Level: National Courts' Diversified Response to Conflicting Obligations
Irene Wieczorek
14. C-399/11 – Melloni
Melloni: Primacy versus Rights?
Valsamis Mitsilegas and Leandro Mancano
Bypassing or Intensifying the Dialogue between Courts? The Impact of Melloni at the National Level
Lorena Bachmaier Winter
15. Joined Cases C-404/15 and C-659/15 PPU – Pál Aranyosi and Robert Caldararu v Generalstaatsanwaltschaft Bremen
Resetting the Parameters of Mutual Trust: From Aranyosi to LM
Valsamis Mitsilegas
Aranyosi and Caldararu through the Eyes of National Judges
Adam Lazowski
The Effect of CJEU Case Law Concerning the Rule of Law and Mutual Trust on National Systems
Petra Bárd and Wouter van Ballegooij

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