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PUBLICATION DATE:08 August 2022
PUBLICATION ID: 2020/00269
The Directive on the European Investigation Order (EIO DIR) was introduced to replace and improve the legal framework of mutual legal assistance (MLA). In many cases, the existence of standard forms (available in all EU languages), the increased role of judicial authorities (as issuing or validating...
PUBLICATION DATE:08 August 2022
PUBLICATION ID: 2022/00777
In 2022, Eurojust celebrates its 20th anniversary. To honour this milestone, the Agency presents this commemorative collection of essays, gathering the perspectives of policymakers, academics, and judicial practitioners who work daily in the joint effort to fight serious cross-border crime. The...
PUBLICATION DATE:22 July 2022
PUBLICATION ID: 2022/00776
The advent of Artificial lntelligence (Al) holds great potential to improve criminal justice cooperation, both at home and across borders. The field of justice is undergoing digital transformation, and AI, as a set of different technologies, has an important role to play in helping judicial...
PUBLICATION DATE:30 June 2022
PUBLICATION ID: 2022/00737
This is the seventh issue of the Cybercrime Judicial Monitor (CJM), published once per year and distributed to judicial and law enforcement authorities active in the field of combating cybercrime and cyber-enabled crime. It is produced on the basis of information provided by members of the European...
PUBLICATION DATE:29 June 2022
PUBLICATION ID: 2022/00687
In a landmark judgement on 13 January 2022, the German Higher Regional Court of Koblenz sentenced a former high-ranking Syrian official to life imprisonment for his involvement in crimes against humanity. In 2021, an associate of the high-ranking official was sentenced by the same court to four and...
PUBLICATION DATE:24 June 2022
PUBLICATION ID: 2022/00685
The Eurojust Regulation, applicable from 12 December 2019, reinforces Eurojust's successful core concept of supporting the national authorities in their investigations and prosecutions. The National Members, serving the competent national authorities in criminal judicial cooperation matters, provide...
PUBLICATION DATE:21 June 2022
PUBLICATION ID: 2022/00665
The complexity of cross-border cases makes it especially difficult for judicial authorities to protect victims’ rights. Involving Eurojust early in the process helps to overcome these difficulties and ensure victims’ protection. This leaflet explains the challenges involved in safeguarding victims’...
PUBLICATION DATE:17 June 2022
PUBLICATION ID: 2022/00666
Checklist for Practitioners on Joint Investigation Teams Involving Third Countries Read the Checklist These guidelines, jointly prepared by the JITs Network Secretariat and Eurojust, provide guidance to EU Member State practitioners on setting up a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) with a third country...
PUBLICATION DATE:17 June 2022
PUBLICATION ID: 2022/00711
Guidelines on Joint Investigation Teams Involving Third Countries Read the Guidelines This checklist covers all issues practitioners need to consider when setting up a JIT with a third country. The checklist addresses all relevant issues for consideration from the set-up phase to the operational and...
PUBLICATION DATE:16 June 2022
PUBLICATION ID: 2022/00674