The recent Brexit negotiations brought further attention to the role of the Court of Justice of the European Union (more commonly referred to in the UK as the ECJ). The negotiations have also emphasised a level of misunderstanding about the role of the ECJ and the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).
The Court of Justice of the European Union and the ECHR are not the same thing. The ECHR was...Read More
What lies ahead for the EAW after Brexit?
The European Arrest Warrant is a tool used very often by Governments within the EU to secure the arrest and extradition of people who have committed or are accused of committing crimes in their own country.
Some countries confine their use of the EAW to very serious offences such as people trafficking or murder. Others adopt a hard-line approach...Read More