This paper offers an analysis of Directive 2014/41/EU on the European Investigation Order in criminal matters, with the aim of pinpointing positive and negative features of this measure, based on the principle of mutual recognition, destined to become the only legal instrument applicable to mutual assistance in criminal matters across the EU. The final objective of this analysis is to appreciate the significance of the EIO Directive in relation to pre-existing measures.

The European Investigation Order in Criminal Matters: Developments in Evidence-gathering across the EU

BELFIORE, ROSANNA
2015-01-01

Abstract

This paper offers an analysis of Directive 2014/41/EU on the European Investigation Order in criminal matters, with the aim of pinpointing positive and negative features of this measure, based on the principle of mutual recognition, destined to become the only legal instrument applicable to mutual assistance in criminal matters across the EU. The final objective of this analysis is to appreciate the significance of the EIO Directive in relation to pre-existing measures.
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