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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...
European Arrest Warrant
Bicanová, Jitka ; Jelínek, Jiří (advisor) ; Sváček, Jan (referee) ; Záhora, Jozef (referee)
European Arrest Warrant is an institute of the police and judicial cooperation in the criminal matters. Based is on the mutual confidence of Member States in its legal systems. His formation was caused not only by the failed ratification of the international agreements governing extradition, but also by the terrorist attacks occurred on 11 September 2001 in New York. European Arrest Warrant meant the breakthrough into the national traditional sovereignty of Member States and that all to ensure the area of freedom, safety and justice inside Europe. Formation of the European Arrest Warrant led to the restriction of some principles, which dominated to the extradition, when between the most important ones belongs the principle of surrender of own citizens. European Arrest Warrant is the necessary means and tool of police and judicial bodies in the fight against the national and multinational crime, whose use rises year from year.
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...
European Arrest Warrant
Bicanová, Jitka ; Jelínek, Jiří (advisor) ; Sváček, Jan (referee) ; Záhora, Jozef (referee)
European Arrest Warrant is an institute of the police and judicial cooperation in the criminal matters. Based is on the mutual confidence of Member States in its legal systems. His formation was caused not only by the failed ratification of the international agreements governing extradition, but also by the terrorist attacks occurred on 11 September 2001 in New York. European Arrest Warrant meant the breakthrough into the national traditional sovereignty of Member States and that all to ensure the area of freedom, safety and justice inside Europe. Formation of the European Arrest Warrant led to the restriction of some principles, which dominated to the extradition, when between the most important ones belongs the principle of surrender of own citizens. European Arrest Warrant is the necessary means and tool of police and judicial bodies in the fight against the national and multinational crime, whose use rises year from year.
The European Arrest Warrant and its implementation in the Czech Republic
Cibulková, Kristýna ; Novotná, Markéta (advisor) ; Druláková, Radka (referee)
The thesis deals with the European Arrest Warrant and its implementation in the Czech Republic. First of all, it offers comparison of differences between the European Arrest Warrant as the European Union solution and the extradition as the international public law solution. Then, it analyzes the implementation process of the European Arrest Warrant into Czech legal system, including the decision of the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic on this case. Finally, the thesis analyzes data taken from questionnaires created by the European Union to find out how the practical application of the European Arrest Warrant is carried out in each member state.
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.
European Arrest Warrant – Comparison of the Extradition and the European Arrest Warrant
Klimová, Kateřina ; Druláková, Radka (advisor) ; Novotná, Markéta (referee)
The Framework decision on the European Arrest Warrant and the surrender procedures between Member States (2002/584/SVV) adopted by the Council of the European Union on 13th June 2002 established the institute of the European Arrest Warrant between Member States which completely replaced existing extradition procedures between the Member States of the European Union. The implementation of the European Arrest Warrant was caused both by increasing cross-border criminality and terrorist attacks on September 11th 2001 in the USA. The aim of its implementation was to increase the efficiency of the existing extradition procedures between EU Member States. The Bachelor thesis titled: "European Arrest Warrant -- Comparison of the Extradition and the European Arrest Warrant" pursues a comparison of the European Arrest Warrant and classic extraditon procedures on the ground of comparing principles of both institutes. It emphasizes an important principle during the implementation of the European Arrest Warrant which is the principle of mutual recognition of judicial decisions. Furthermore, this thesis analyses benefits and shortcomings of the European Arrest Warrant. The shortcomings appear primarily in the practical implementation of the European Arrest Warrant, but its benefit is considerably bigger, so rightfully it is a breakthrough legal norm.
The progress of terrorism with the specialization in conventional terrorism
BREHOVSKÁ, Lenka
What does terrorism mean? It is a kind of organised violence against the people who do not fight among these victims are usualy women, small children, old people. I mean the people that are not able to protect themselves. The main aim for terrorists is to became ``famous``. Roots of terrorism we can find already in the past. The main reason for comiting terrorism are etnic, religious, political and ekonomical problemes in the society. We used to call as ideological terrorism. Terrorism has changed after the Cold War ended in 1990. The ideological one became less common but we can find it for example in Cuba, KLDR, than the terms as religious and national terrorism apeared. We can find it all around the world, especially Irak, Afganistan and namy others. After the tragical events in the USA terrorism became an international problem. We can see that the terroristic attacks became more often since the year 2001. Whit developing new waepons terrorism is every day more dangerous Terrorism is an international problem and we have to cooperate against it. Many states and organizations as OSN or NATO create antiterrorist formation. The Czech republic also takes part in this fight agains violence and cruelty. There are two big antiterrorist formation in the Czech republic. Police formation URNA and army formation SOG. There are for example GSG-9 in Germany, Alfa in Russian, Delta in USA or SAS in Great Britain in the world. Its main assigments are prevention and suppression of terrorists activites. There are many kinds of terrorism in the world. The main are International terrorism, Criminal terrorism, Conventional terrorism, Superterrorism, Elektronic terrorism or Nuclear one.
European Arrest Warrant - problems of implementation in chosen countries
Panáčková, Romana ; Druláková, Radka (advisor) ; Trávníčková, Zuzana (referee)
European Arrest Warrant is issued by a member state, who requires the receiving member state of EU to arrest and transfer a criminal suspect or sentenced person to the issuing state, so that the person can be put on trial or complete a detention period. This article describes an implementation of the EAW in Germany, Czech republic, Poland and Belgium, where the conflict between constitutional rights of citizens and EAW was most visible.