Danubius International Conferences, 10th EIRP & 5th AGAUC International Conferences

Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments Passed in the Third Countries on Criminal Law Sanctions of Deprivation of Liberty

Ion Rusu
Last modified: 2015-04-03


In the present work it is examined one of the most important institutions of international judicial cooperation in criminal matters, namely the recognition and enforcement of a judgment passed by a competent judicial authority of a State, which is not part of the European Union. The examination takes into consideration the duration and scope of the recognition procedure and the conditions for recognition and enforcement, as they are provided in the Romanian law, recently amended. The work can be useful for judicial bodies with responsibilities in this area, and for academics. The innovations consist in examining this institution, and the way in which it has increased its importance in the international judicial cooperation in criminal matters. The paper continues further studies in this area, which will be complete by reediting the master course of international judicial cooperation in criminal matters, by the end of this year.