A new study by Liberties member the Human Rights Monitoring Institute finds ongoing issues with the application of the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) in Lithuania.
Research from Spain shows that European Arrest Warrants are often issued for minor offenses, such as stealing CD players from cars.
The Court of Cassation put a stop to the execution of a European Arrest Warrant because of the risk of inhuman and degrading treatment in Romania.
Changes were made in April to the regulations regarding the use of electronic monitoring as punishment under Polish law. According to the new criminal code, a person’s sentence is shortened in Poland by the detention...