|1.||Weston, Martin : The role of translation at the European court of human rights, 1988|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: part of a monograph
The role of translation at the European court of human rights / Weston, Martin
REFERENCE TO GENERIC UNIT: Protecting human rights : the European dimension = Protection des droits de l'homme : la dimension europeenne : Studies in honour of = melanges en l'honneur de Gerard J. Wiarda / Matscher, F.; Petzold, H. (eds.), p. 679-689. - Köln : Heymanns Verlag, 1988.
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|2.||Ruggeri, Stefano (ed.) : Human rights in European criminal law, 2015|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
Human rights in European criminal law : new developments in European legislation and case law after the Lisbon Treaty / Ruggeri, Stefano (ed.), x, 317 p. - Heidelberg : Springer, 2015.
ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Bernd Hecker: The development of individual rights protection in European criminal law after the Lisbon Treaty. 2. Antonio Ruggeri: 'Dialogue' between European and national courts, in the pursuit of the strongest protection of fundamental rights (with specific regard to criminal and procedural law). 3. Giuseppe Toscano: The principle of nullum crimen sine lege in the construction of European criminal law. 4. Giuseppina Panebianco: The nulla poena sine culpa principle in European courts case law. 5. Serena Quattrocolo: The right to information in EU legislation. 6. Richard Vogler: Lost in translation: language rights for defendants in European criminal proceedings. 7. Lorena Bachmeier Winter: The EU directive on the right to access to a lawyer: a critical assessment. 8. Martin Böse: Human rights violations and mutual trust: recent case law on the European arrest warrant. 9. Stefano Ruggeri: Transnational prosecutions, methods of obtaining overseas evidence, human rights protection in Europe. 10. Vincenzo Militello: Transnational organized crime and European Union: aspects and problems. 11. Tommaso Rafaraci: New perspectives for the protection of victims in the EU. 12. Giuseppina Laura Candito: The influence of the Directive 2012/13/EU on the Italian system of protection of the right to information in criminal procedures. 13. Federica Crupi: New perspectives for the protection of personal data in criminal proceedings in the European Union and repercussions on the Italian legal system. 14. Simona Arasi: The effects of the Directive 2013/48/EU on the Italian system of precautionary measures: defence rights in remand hearings. 15. Giuseppe Alvaro and Alessandro D'Andrea: The impact of Directive 2012/29/EU on the Italian system for protecting victims of crime in criminal proceedings.
GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Italy
NOTE (GENERAL): Lisbon treaty; EU charter of fundamental rights; ECHR