Issuance and transmission of the European protection order by the Romanian judicial authorities. Some critical opinions. De lege ferenda proposals

Author:Ion Rusu
Position:University of Galati, lawy er of Vrancea Bar, Romania
Pages:282-296
SUMMARY

The objective of the study aims at examining the provisions of Law no. 15 1/2016 on the European protection order and amending and supplementing certain legislative acts, starting from the transposition into the national law of the provisions of the European legal instrument. Also, in this study we have formulated some critical opinions, supplemented by de lege ferenda proposals which aim the... (see full summary)

 
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Issuance and transmission of the European protection order by the
Romanian judicial authorities. Some critical opinions. De lege ferenda
proposals
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Professor Ion RUSU
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Abstrac t
The o bjective of the study aims at examini ng the provision s of Law no. 15 1/2016
on the European protectio n order and amen ding and supplement ing certain legisla tive acts,
startin g from the tran sposition into the natio nal law of the provisio ns of the Eu ropean legal
instrumen t. Also, in thi s study we have formulated some crit ical op inions, suppl emented by
de lege ferenda pro posals which aim the impro vement of the natio nal criminal legal system.
The inno vations consi st o f b oth t he con ducted examinat ion, sup plemented by the
interp retation of provisio ns of the Romania n law, the formul ated critica l opinion s and the
de l ege ferenda proposals. The p aper can be hel pful to academic s, partic ularly studen ts of
law facul ties and prac titioners in the field .
Keywords: protecti on measure; protect ed person; issuing State; executi ng State .
JEL Cla ssification: K14, K33
1. Introduction
The permanent expansion of transnational crime at European level
“prompted the Member States to adopt new decisions, the ultimate goal being to
continuously improve the complex activity of international judicial cooperation in
criminal matters and therefore reducing this type of crime. In the European Union
in the recent years they were promoted more legal instruments meant to help
improving cooperation between judicial authorities of Member States and ensuring
an appropriate climate of public safe ty.”
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Recognition and enforcement in a Member State of some judgments by
which there were applied sanctions of criminal law involving deprivation or non-
deprivation of liberty by a competent court of another Member State was and still
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This article was submitted to 6th International Conference “Persp ectives of Business Law in the
Third M illennium”, 25 -26 November 2016, the Bucharest University of Economic Studies,
Bucharest, Romania.
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Ion Rusu - “Danubius” University of Galati, lawy er of Vrancea Bar, Romania,
av.ionrusu@yahoo.com
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Minodora-Ioana Rusu, Supporting and protecting the victims of crime in the European Union.
Some general considerations, „Acta Universitatis Danubius Juridica”, vol. 12, No. 2/2016, p . 74.

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