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What does EAW stand for?

EAW stands for European Arrest Warrant (also seen as EUAW)

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  • Military and Government

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Jeremy Forrest, 30, a teacher at Bishop Bell CofE School in Eastbourne, East Sussex, was arrested in Bordeaux in France on September 28 last year following the issuing of a European arrest warrant.
Tues, Sept 25: CCTV images of Megan and Forrest on ferry released by Sussex police and detectives are granted European Arrest Warrant but this is not made public.
But Paisley-born Mitchell, who lives in Canterbury, Kent, was re-arrested on March 6 on a European arrest warrant His MP, Tory Julian Brazier, called for a debate on the warrant and attacked the previous hearings in Portugal.
The Council Framework Decision 2002/584/JHA European Union of 13 July 2002 on the European arrest warrant and surrender procedures between Member States has emerged as a consequence of the events of November 11, 2001 in New York, invoking in this sense the need for a European arrest warrant covering a scope identical to that of extradition, which it replaces, referring to both the stage before sentencing in a criminal trial and the one after delivery" (14).