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THE IMPORTANCE OF THE EXISTENCE OF THE INSTITUTION OF EXTRADITION, BY REFERENCE TO ITS ELEMENTS OF EXTRANEITY

Andreea Nicoleta Pîrvulescu
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Andreea Nicoleta Pîrvulescu: Ovidius University of Constanta

Law, Society & Organisations, 2017, issue 3 (2/2017), 67-72

Abstract: Extradition is, without a doubt, an important component of international judicial cooperation in criminal matters. This is an act of international judicial assistance with a bilateral character, with a long existence in the practices of crime suppression that goes beyond the borders of a single state. As a legal nature, extradition is claimed by both criminal law and international law due to its international character. However, the most recent opinions assign an affililation of this institution to international criminal law, as a sub-branch, increasingly controversial of criminal law. Its international character makes it a topical issue in the international approach to co-operation in the field of crime prevention.

Keywords: Crime; Crime prevention; Security; Extradition; Legal order; Bilateral character (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: K33 K41 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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