Official Journal of the European Union
Judgment of the Court (Eighth Chamber) of 24 March 2022 — European Commission v Ireland
(Case C-125/21) (1)
(Action for failure to fulfil obligations - Judicial cooperation in criminal matters - Mutual recognition of judgments in criminal matters imposing custodial sentences or measures involving deprivation of liberty for the purpose of their enforcement in the European Union - Framework Decision 2008/909/JHA - Failure to adopt the measures necessary to comply with the framework decision - Failure to notify to the European Commission)
Language of the case: English
Applicant: European Commission (represented by: J. Tomkin and S. Grünheid, acting as Agents)
Defendant: Ireland (represented by: M. Browne, M. Lane and J. Quaney, acting as Agents, and by M. Gray, Senior Counsel)
Operative part of the judgment
Declares that, by failing to adopt, within the prescribed period, the laws, regulations and administrative provisions necessary to comply with Council Framework Decision 2008/909/JHA of 27 November 2008 on the application of the principle of mutual recognition to judgments in criminal matters imposing custodial sentences or measures involving deprivation of liberty for the purpose of their enforcement in the European Union and by failing to notify the text of such provisions to the European Commission, Ireland has failed to fulfil its obligations under Article 29(1) and (2) of that framework decision;
Orders Ireland to pay the costs.
(1) OJ C 148, 26.4.2021.