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The New Disorder

Authors: S. Crosby

The Privilege against Self-Incrimination: A Chameleon of Criminal Procedure

Authors: S. Lamberigts

Abstract: This article revisits the different justifications of the privilege against self-incrimination and examines two topical issues, the relation between the privilege and documentary evidence and the applicability of the privilege to corporations, in l...

Mutual Recognition and Individual Rights: Did the Court Get it Right?

Authors: W. Van Ballegooij, P. Bárd

Abstract: This article focuses on the case-law of the Court of Justice and the dialogue it conducted with national apex courts when seeking to reconcile the ‘ free movement of judicial decisions’, as facilitated by mutual recognition, and individual rights i...

Directive 2011/36/EU on Combating Trafficking in Human Beings: Fundamental Choices and Problems of Implementation

Authors: E. Symeonidou-kastanidou

Abstract: Directive 2011/36/ΕU constituted a very important step towards a “holistic” tackling of human trafficking in the European Union, incorporating provisions not only for the criminalisation and prosecution of trafficking, but also for victim protectio...