Study on the Future of Mutual Recognition in Criminal Matters in the European Union: National Report: Denmark

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Study on the Future of Mutual Recognition in Criminal Matters in the European Union : National Report: Denmark. / Vestergaard, Jørn; Adamo, Silvia.

Copenhagen, 2008. 39 s.

Publikation: Bog/antologi/afhandling/rapportRapportRådgivningfagfællebedømt

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Vestergaard, J & Adamo, S 2008, Study on the Future of Mutual Recognition in Criminal Matters in the European Union: National Report: Denmark. Copenhagen.

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Vestergaard, J., & Adamo, S. (2008). Study on the Future of Mutual Recognition in Criminal Matters in the European Union: National Report: Denmark. Copenhagen.

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Vestergaard J, Adamo S. Study on the Future of Mutual Recognition in Criminal Matters in the European Union: National Report: Denmark. Copenhagen, 2008. 39 s.

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Vestergaard, Jørn ; Adamo, Silvia. / Study on the Future of Mutual Recognition in Criminal Matters in the European Union : National Report: Denmark. Copenhagen, 2008. 39 s.

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