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Going beyond the CEPEJ's report – some conclusions to be drawn

This file is based on a  study session organised by the CEPEJ on 9 December 2010. 

Note: The documents conserved their original form as presented during the study session.

 


A study on comparable member states

(In French)

Jean-Paul JEAN, Prosecutor, Court of Appeal of Paris, Associated Professor at the Law faculty of Poitiers, France, Chairman of the CEPEJ-GT-EVAL

Criminal justice in the CEPEJ 2010 report

(in French)

Extract from the Revue Dalloz Actualité juridique Pénal - December 2010 - Editions Dalloz - www.dalloz-revues.fr

Jean-Paul JEAN, Prosecutor, Court of Appeal of Paris, Associated Professor at the Law faculty of Poitiers, France, Chairman of the CEPEJ-GT-EVAL

 

Divorce and litigious cases: plumber and tools

Frans van der DOELEN, Programme Manager, Department of the Justice System, Ministry of Justice, The Netherlands, Member of the CEPEJ-GT-EVAL

 

What can be said on clearance rate and disposition time?

- general presentation

- statistics

Adis HODZIC, Secretariat High Judicial and Prosecutiorial council of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Georg STAWA, Head of Department for projects, strategy and innovation, Federal Ministry of Justice, Austria, Vice-President of the CEPEJ

 

An analysis of the criminal case flow in European courts

Beata GRUSZCZYŃSKA, Criminologist, Chair of Criminology and Criminal Policy at Warsaw University, Head of Criminal Statistics and Research Division at Institute of Justice in Poland and member of the CEPEJ's working group

Some lessons on training of judges and prosecutors

Elsa García-Maltrás, Senior Public Prosecutor, Spanish member of CEPEJ