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Gary Becker and the Economics of Trafficking in Human Beings

Authors: P. De Hert, J. Muraszkiewicz


Suicide in Detention in the Light of the Human Rights Convention

Authors: E. Thoonen, W. Duijst

Abstract: The European Court of Human Rights has derived several obligations from the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms with regard to suicide prevention among detainees and the investigation after a suicide has ...


Inquisitorial and Adversarial Expert Examinations in the Case Law of the European Court of Human Rights

Authors: T. Decaigny

Abstract: The administration of criminal justice may require specific scientific or technical knowledge, for which experts are asked to provide advice to criminal courts. This article addresses the approach by the European Court of Human Rights to the input ...


The Principle of Proportionality under the European Arrest Warrant – with an Excursus on Poland

Authors: T. Ostropolski

Abstract: This article discusses the principle of proportionality in the context of the European Arrest Warrant (EAW). It has been asserted that the EAW became a victim of its own success, and currently serves all too oft en as a tool to prosecute minor crim...


Enforcing the Market Abuse Regime: Towards an Integrated Model of Criminal and Administrative Law Enforcement in the European Union?

Authors: M. Luchtman, J. Vervaele

Abstract: The European Union has long been an important driver for the integration of financial markets in Europe. The goal of this article is to map how the current and future legal infrastructure in respect of the investigation, prosecution and punishment ...


Civil Asset Forfeiture and the Presumption of Innocence under Article 6(2) ECHR

Authors: J. Boucht

Abstract: This article deals with so-called civil asset forfeiture (CAF), or non-conviction based confiscation, and the presumption of innocence (POI). CAF measures are civil actions, directed against proceeds of crime, which facilitate the forfeiture of sus...


A Short Note on the Development of the Criminal Justice System after the Accession of Crimea and Sevastopol to the Russian Federation

Authors: E.A. Kremyanskaya

Abstract: In March 2014, when Crimea and Sevastopol changed territorial sovereignty and were assumed into the Russian Federation much changed in the life of Crimea and Sevastopol. The process of unification means changes in all areas of life – economical, le...