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This book is essential reading for anyone interested in the issues arising from the EU's European Arrest Warrant, its 'flagship' instrument implementing the principle of mutual recognition in criminal law, as it examines in depth the basic principles and institutional context of the European Arrest Warrant, as well as its often-troubled implementation into MemberStates' national law. Steve Peers, Professor, School of Law, University of Essex The book is also recommended to those interested in the development of the law and politics of EU criminal justice and its relationship with EU and national constitutional law. Dr Valsamis Mitsilegas, Reader in Law, Queen Mary, University of London This book is an important addition to the growing literature on the European Arrest Warrant. It contains detailed and insightful contributions by key experts in the field,coming from academia, EU policy and legal practice. The book contains a number of valuable, up-to-date chapters on the implementation of the European Arrest Warrant Framework Decision in Member States. In this context, it is essential reading for both academics and practitioners dealing with the constitutional implications of the European Arrest Warrant in particular and mutual recognition in criminal matters in the EU more generally.
Publication Date: 7/1/2009