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  1. Criminal proceedings in times of pandemic Contribution
    Dauster, Manfred (2022)
    In: (Eds.), New legal reality: Challenges and perspectives. II. The 8th international scientific conference of the Faculty of Law of the University of Latvia, University of Latvia Press, pp. 248-271
  2. Formalism versus pragmatism – a comparative legal and empirical analysis of the German and Dutch criminal justice systems with regard to effectiveness and efficiency Journal Article
    Hofmann, Robin (2021)
    In: Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, 28(4), pp. 452-478
  3. Bias in the treatment of non-Germans in the British and American military government courts in occupied Germany, 1945–46 Journal Article
    Kehoe, Thomas J.; Greenhalgh, Elizabeth M. (2020)
    In: Social Science History, 44(4), pp. 641-666
  4. Imprisoned but innocent: wrongful convictions and imprisonments in Germany, 1990-2016 Journal Article
    Leuschner, Fredericke ; Rettenberger, Martin ; Dessecker, Axel (2020)
    In: Crime & Delinquency, 66(5), pp. 687-711
  5. Legal constraints on the indeterminate control of ‘dangerous’ sex offenders in the community: the German perspective Journal Article
    Meier, Bernd-Dieter (2016)
    In: Erasmus Law Review, 9(2), pp. 83-94
  6. Justice is blind : crowds, irrationality, and criminal law in the Late Kaiserreich Contribution
    Hett, Benjamin Carter (2014)
    In: Wetzell, Richard (Eds.), Crime and criminal justice in modern Germany, Berghahn Books, New York, (Studies in German history, 16), pp. 31-55
  7. Germany Contribution
    Sinn, Arndt ; Wörner, Liane (2008)
    In: Górski, Adam; Hofmanski, Piotr (Eds.), The European arrest warrant and its implementation in the member states of the European Union, Beck, Warszawa, pp. 244-265
  8. The German perspective Contribution
    Sinn, Arndt ; Wörner, Liane (2008)
    In: Górski, Adam; Hofmanski, Piotr (Eds.), The European arrest warrant and its implementation in the member states of the European Union, Beck, Warszawa, pp. 28-34
  9. Legitimacy and criminal justice. Inequality and discrimination in the German criminal justice system Contribution
    Albrecht, Hans-Jörg (2007)
    In: Tyler, Tom (Eds.), Legitimacy and criminal justice. International perspectives, Russell Sage Foundation, New York, pp. 302-332
  10. The prosecution service in the German administration of criminal justice Contribution
    Weigend, Thomas (2004)
    In: Tak, Peter (Eds.), Tasks and powers of the prosecution services in the EU member states. Vol. 1, Wolf, Nijmegen, pp. 203-222
  11. Characteristic features of german criminal proceedings. An alternative to the criminal procedure law of the United States? Journal Article
    Krey, Volker (1999)
    In: Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Journal, 21(4), pp. 591-605
  12. Minorities, crime, and criminal justice in the Federal Republic of Germany Contribution
    Albrecht, Hans-Jörg (1997)
    In: Haen Marshall, Ineke (Eds.), Minorities, migrants, and crime. Diversity and similarity across Europe and the United States, Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks [u.a.], pp. 86-109