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Inadmissibility of Public Prosecution Office

Netherlands - December 17 2009 On 7 October 2009, the Amsterdam District Court declared the Public Prosecution Office (Openbaar Ministerie) inadmissible in the prosecution of 16 suspects in a drugs-related case....

Martijn Snoep, Roan Lamp, Marnix Somsen, Patrick Ploeger.


State liability for foreign seizure of assets

Netherlands - December 17 2009 On 18 September 2009, the Netherlands Supreme Court held that the State of the Netherlands (the "State") was liable for an unlawful governmental action in a criminal case, particularly in relation to the confiscation of proceeds of crime....

Martijn Snoep, Roan Lamp, Marnix Somsen, Patrick Ploeger.


Strengthening the multidisciplinary approach in the fight against organised crime

Netherlands - December 17 2009 On 2 November 2009, the Minister of Justice and the Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Affairs ("Ministers") presented their views to Parliament on how to take decisive action against organised and financialeconomic crime and how to eliminate problem areas that might occur during the exchange of information between the authorities involved....

Martijn Snoep, Roan Lamp, Marnix Somsen, Patrick Ploeger.


Mutual evaluation report on anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism in Aruba

Aruba - December 17 2009 On 16 October 2009, the FATF and the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force ("CFATF") published their mutual report of the anti-money laundering ("AML") and combating the financing of terrorism ("CFT") measures in place in Aruba, the Kingdom of the Netherlands in December 2008 and immediately thereafter....

Martijn Snoep, Roan Lamp, Marnix Somsen, Patrick Ploeger.


Wiretap statistics

Netherlands - December 17 2009 In September 2009, the Second Chamber of the Dutch Parliament (Tweede Kamer; the "Second Chamber") referred questions to the Dutch Minister of Justice (the "Minister") regarding the information he provided on wiretapping statistics for the second half of 2007....

Martijn Snoep, Roan Lamp, Marnix Somsen, Patrick Ploeger.