Intelligence as legal <i>evidence</i><br> Comparative criminal research into the viability of the proposed Dutch scheme of shielded intelligence witnesses in England and Wales, and legislative compliance with Article 6 (3) (d) ECHR

At present, a shift in criminal law in both the European Union (EU) and the United States (US), but maybe even around the globe, is noticeable. States find ways to make more extensive use in the criminal procedure of intelligence collected by the intelligence services. The Netherlands has recently a...

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Main Author: Jill E.B. Coster van Voorhout
Format: Article
Published: Utrecht University School of Law 2006-12-01
Series:Utrecht Law Review
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