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  1. Germany Contribution
    Ambos, Kai ; Bock, Stefanie (2022)
    In: Adams, Verity; Bohlander, Michael; Reed, Alan; Simpson, Bethany (Eds.), Fault in criminal law. A research companion, Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, London; New York, (Substantive issues in criminal law, ), pp. 169-188
  2. Criminal responsibility for corporate crimes in Germany? The never ending story to finally get (to) the corporate actor Contribution
    Schmitt-Leonardy, Charlotte (2022)
    In: Matiaske, Wenzel (Eds.), The 'Betrieb' as corporate actor, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, Baden-Baden, pp. 46-59
  3. Imputation of responsibility and intoxicated offending Contribution
    Gless, Sabine ; Jain, Neha ; Loughnan, Arlie (2022)
    In: Ambos, Kai; Duff, Antony; Heinze, Alexander; Roberts, Julian; Weigend, Thomas (Eds.), Core concepts in criminal law and criminal justice, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 95-131
  4. Causation and responsibility for outcomes Contribution
    Walen, Alec ; Weisser, Bettina (2022)
    In: Ambos, Kai; Duff, Antony; Heinze, Alexander; Roberts, Julian; Weigend, Thomas (Eds.), Core concepts in criminal law and criminal justice, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 57-94
  5. "We don't need robot vehicles to have criminal liability" Journal Article
    Jung, Frank (2022)
    In: ATZ worldwide, 124(1), pp. 22-25
  6. A NESS causation based concept for imputation of harm in criminal law causation in the criminal law Journal Article
    Puppe, Ingeborg ; Grosse-Wilde, Thomas (2022)
    In: University of Western Australia Law Review, 49(1), pp. 306-343
  7. Phishing in online banking –an overview of the development and the European and German legal positions Contribution
    Oleownik, Sonja (2022)
    In: Borges, Georg; Sorge, Christoph (Eds.), Law and technology in a global digital society, Springer, Cham, pp. 257-286
  8. Penal reform in Imperial Germany : Conflict and compromise Contribution
    Wetzell, Richard F. (2022)
    In: Pifferi, Michele (Eds.), The limits of criminological positivism. The movement for criminal law reform in the west, 1870-1940, Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 42-73
  9. Consensual exchanges in German criminal procedure: the practice of negotiated judgments and the crown-witness regulation Contribution
    Schertel Mendes, Francisco (2021)
    In: (Eds.), Leniency policies in the prosecution of economic crimes and corruption, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Baden-Baden, pp. 150-213
  10. Of forging into swords on the dialectic of rights and the new liberal desire for criminal law Contribution
    Burchard, Christoph (2021)
    In: Ghanayim, Khalid; Shany, Yuval (Eds.), The quest for core values in the application of legal norms. Essays in honor of Mordechai Kremnitzer, Springer, Cham, pp. 37-59
  11. Evaluating #MeToo: the perspective of criminal law theory Journal Article
    Hörnle, Tatjana (2021)
    In: German Law Journal, 22(5), pp. 833-846
  12. Preventive detention in Germany and Europe Contribution
    Drenkhahn, Kirstin ; Morgenstern, Christine (2020)
    In: Felthous, Alan; Sass, Henning (Eds.), Diagnosis and treatment, Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken, (The Wiley international handbook on psychopathic disorders and the law, Volume I), pp. 87-106
  13. Sentencing guidelines vs. free judicial discretion - is German sentencing law in need of reform? Contribution
    Kaspar, Johannes (2020)
    In: Ambos, Kai (Eds.), Strafzumessung / Sentencing. Angloamerikanische und deutsche Einblicke / Anglo-American and German insights, Göttingen University Press, Göttingen, (Göttinger Studien zu den Kriminalwissenschaften/Göttingen studies in criminal law and criminal justice, Band/volume 38), pp. 337-352