Evolution of the mechanisms of cooperation
of the judicial bodies of the member states
of the EU in the sphere of criminal justice.
// Law and Politics. – 2011. – № 8.
– P. 1341-1352.
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Abstract: Mechanisms of cooperation of the justice bodies of the EU states have been subjected to suffi cient changes. Initially classic
cooperation was defi ned as cooperation of states in the sphere of criminal justice. Later on the cooperation included direct
cooperation of the justice bodies. Currently the cooperation among the justice bodies of the member states came to a new
level and includes partial integration of legal and judicial systems, so it is qualifi ed among the legal scholars as cooperation
based on mutual recognition of judicial decisions.
Keywords: jurisprudence, the European law, mutual recognition of judicial decisions, justice bodies of the EU members, Directives, cadre solutions, convention law, advanced cooperation, classic (inter-government) cooperation, judicial law.
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