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Autorzy: Celina Nowak,
Seria:  Monografie
Wydawnictwo:  Wolters Kluwer Polska
Kod: KAM-2292:W01Z01;NAZYCZENIE  Ilość w paczce: 100

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Abbreviations
str. 7

Preface and acknowledgements
str. 9

Introduction
str. 11

Giovanni Kessler
State of affairs in the field of protection of EU financial interests
str. 15

John A.E. Vervaele
Gathering and use of evidence in the area of freedom, security and justice, with special regard to EU fraud and OLAF investigations
str. 21

Jacek Skonieczny
Gathering information and evidence concerning fraud in administrative proceedings
str. 57

Mateusz Błachucki
Procedural safeguards at the evidence stage of administrative proceedings in the light of the legal standards of the European Convention on Human Rights
str. 65

Adam Pęśko, Krzysztof Kot
Irregularities detrimental to the financial interests of the Republic of Poland and the European Union - the role of Police in fighting crime in that area
str. 85

Bernardo Cartoni
Admissibility and value of OLAF produced evidence: the Italian experience
str. 91

Riccardo Nodari, Vania Cirese
Admissibility and value of OLAF produced evidence in criminal proceedings in Italy
str. 97

László Kis
The relevant rules on the admissibility and value of OLAF produced evidence in Hungarian criminal procedure
str. 103

Stefano Filletti, Stephanie Shaw
Admissibility and value of OLAF produced evidence in criminal proceedings in Malta
str. 111

Grażyna Stronikowska
Admissibility and value of OLAF produced evidence in criminal proceedings - Polish experiences
str. 121

Celina Nowak
PIF offences in Poland - legislative and statistical aspects
str. 137

Barbara Nita
From European Evidence Warrant to European Investigation Order
str. 171

Eleonora Zielińska
Conclusions. Collecting and use of evidence in EU fraud cases. Current state of affairs and future challenges
str. 189

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Opis:

The collection of evidence and its admissibility is a major practical challenge, particularly when it comes to the interaction between administrative and criminal proceedings. This problem is even more manifest in cases of EU fraud which are often transnational. Evidence in EU Fraud Cases addresses these important issues.

The book refers to the problems of collection, exchange and admissibility of evidence on several levels. There are difficulties related to evidence on purely national level, between administrative and law enforcement authorities. Also, admissibility of evidence is questionable when it comes to interactions between national authorities of different EU Member States and, furthermore, between EU Member State authorities and European institutions, such as OLAF. All these issues are addressed in the book, offering an interesting comparative perspective, both in practical and theoretical aspects.

The publication also explores the state of affairs in the field of protection of the financial interests of the EU from a general perspective, indicating main deficiencies of the current system, and analyzes some of the new initiatives aimed at addressing these problems. An account of the Polish experiences in prosecuting offences against the EU financial interests is also provided.

The authors are some of the most renowned experts in the field, including Dr Giovanni Kessler, Director General of OLAF, Prof. John E.A. Vervaele (Utrecht University) and Prof. Eleonora Zielińska (University of Warsaw). The scientific editor is Dr Celina Nowak, Assistant Professor at Kozminski University.

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ISBN: 978-83-264-4447-0 , Oprawa: miękka , Format: B6 (125 x 176 mm) , 200
Rodzaj: monografia , Medium: książki WKP (DnZ)
Dział: Prawo ogólne
Kod: KAM-2292:W01Z01;NAZYCZENIE Miejsce wydania: Warszawa

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