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Regulation of Extradition Procedure in International Law
Huclová, Helena ; Šturma, Pavel (advisor) ; Jílek, Dalibor (referee) ; Polák, Přemysl (referee)
Regulation of Extradition Procedure in International Law The subject of research of the thesis is the institute of extradition. The issue of extradition of persons by one state to another state with the purpose of criminal proceedings or imposition or enforcement of a sentence is very topical. Progressing process of globalization and easy ways of travelling enable perpetrators of criminal offences to hide from justice in various states. The extradition plays an important part in extradition of perpetrators of "ordinary" criminal offences as well as it is significantly instrumental in a fight against transnational organized crime, cybercriminality and other forms of transnational crimes. Cooperation of states in extradition of persons is therefore absolutely crucial in a fight against impunity of perpetrators of criminal offences. The extradition law may be divided into a material branch and a formal branch. The material extradition law analyzes conditions for granting the extradition. The formal extradition law represents an overview of procedural measures relating to the commencement of extradition proceedings, its course and its termination. The topic of the thesis is the "Extradition in International law". However, the subject of the thesis itself is narrower. The thesis focuses only on the...
Regulation of Extradition Procedure in International Law
Huclová, Helena ; Šturma, Pavel (advisor) ; Jílek, Dalibor (referee) ; Polák, Přemysl (referee)
Regulation of Extradition Procedure in International Law The subject of research of the thesis is the institute of extradition. The issue of extradition of persons by one state to another state with the purpose of criminal proceedings or imposition or enforcement of a sentence is very topical. Progressing process of globalization and easy ways of travelling enable perpetrators of criminal offences to hide from justice in various states. The extradition plays an important part in extradition of perpetrators of "ordinary" criminal offences as well as it is significantly instrumental in a fight against transnational organized crime, cybercriminality and other forms of transnational crimes. Cooperation of states in extradition of persons is therefore absolutely crucial in a fight against impunity of perpetrators of criminal offences. The extradition law may be divided into a material branch and a formal branch. The material extradition law analyzes conditions for granting the extradition. The formal extradition law represents an overview of procedural measures relating to the commencement of extradition proceedings, its course and its termination. The topic of the thesis is the "Extradition in International law". However, the subject of the thesis itself is narrower. The thesis focuses only on the...
Legal Regulation of Extradition
Krečová, Ivana ; Grmelová, Nicole (advisor) ; Levý, Jan (referee)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is beside legal definition of extradition also to answer a question, whether the replacement of classic extradition within the European Union by European Arrest Warrant was successful and what its tendency is since the implementation. The thesis also deals with a change of the role of Eurojust which was brought by the Lisbon Treaty. In the theoretical part the thesis focuses on historical development of extradition within the international judicial cooperation, explanation of basic terms and legal regulation of extradition. Development of extradition within the European Union is also described there and so is the comparison of extradition to European Arrest Warrant. The practical part is then dedicated to analysis of particular court decisions as an example how extradition and European Arrest Warrant work in practice.

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