Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters
Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters is the only practical work available in the UK devoted to international co-operation in the investigation and prosecution of crime. It covers all the issues relating to the process by which investigating and prosecuting authorities in one State give assistance to those in another, both on a formal and informal basis, and provides clear guidance on the conventions, treaties, statutes and case law on the subject. Comprehensive coverage includes:* Criminal Justice (International Co-operation) Act 1990* The 1959 European Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters* The development of mutual legal assistance in Europe and the UK* Obtaining evidence* Search and seizure* The SFO's use of mutual legal assistance* Mutual legal assistance outside the 1990 Act* International confiscation and restraint
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