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The Directive on the right to information in criminal proceedings was adopted by the European Parliament and the Council of European Union with a view to implementing the principle of mutual recognition of decisions in criminal matters. The Directive lays down rules concerning the right to information of suspects or accused persons, relating to their rights in criminal proceedings and to the accusation against them. It also lays down rules concerning the right to information of persons subject to a European Arrest Warrant relating to their rights. Official summaries of the legislation can be found here and here.
National implementing measures - laws and regulations passed at Member State level to implement the Directive - can be found on the Eur-Lex website.
Background and details on legislative negotiations can be found in the official documents section.