Traffic law violators should be liable to criminal investigation and prosecution in any European Union member country, regardless of where the offense was committed, a key European Parliament committee contends. The committee wants the European Commission to develop legislation that will enable EU police and courts to not only investigate and prosecute offenses committed in another European country, but also enforce fines and other punishments ordered abroad. With free movement between ...

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