Under Info about national systems page of the European Judicial Network (in criminal matters) website there are links to information on the judicial systems of:
- EU countries
- candidate countries for EU membership (Albania, FYROM, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey)
- EJN-associated countries (Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway and Switzerland).
This information typically covers, for example:
- how the judicial system is organised
- judicial cooperation in criminal matters
- national case law relevant for judicial cooperation in criminal matters
- useful national links
This tool is available here (note: you will leave the e-Justice Portal).
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