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  1. Cooperation agreements in Germany and the United States Contribution
    Ambos, Kai ; Thaman, Stephen C. (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. 300-346
  2. Leniency programs – a model to cope with the past? Contribution
    Eisele, Jörg (2020)
    In: Eisele, Jörg (Eds.), Past and future. Transitional justice versus traditional criminal justice? : Ways of dealing with past conflicts and past autocracies, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Baden-Baden, (Beiträge zum Strafrecht - Contributions to Criminal Law, ), pp. 85-98
  3. Striving for consistency: why German sentencing needs reform Journal Article
    Herz, Clara (2020)
    In: German Law Journal, 21(8), pp. 1625-1648
  4. The struggle for apposite sentencing Contribution
    Kudlich, Hans ; Koch, Jennifer (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. 353-363
  5. 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
  6. Criminal sentencing in Canada and Germany: law without order? A commentary from a German perspective Contribution
    Grosse-Wilde, Thomas (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. 279-299
  7. Legal responses and sentencing in murder cases – a comparison of law and judicial reactions in India and Germany Journal Article
    Chattoraj, Paromita ; Meier, Bernd-Dieter (2018)
    In: Criminal Law Forum, 29(1), pp. 121-155
  8. Sentencing, judicial discretion, and political prisoners in pre-war Nazi Germany Journal Article
    Geerling, Wayne ; Magee, Gary B.; Smyth, Russell (2016)
    In: The Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 46(4), pp. 517-542
  9. Dominant court decision-making: Germany. Conditional release in Germany - Who decides? And who really does? Contribution
    Morgenstern, Christine (2014)
    In: Herzog-Evans, Martine (Eds.), Offender release and supervision. The role of courts and the use of discretion, Wolf Legal Publishers, Oisterwijk, pp. 109-135
  10. Serious juvenile crime in Nazi Germany Contribution
    Waite, Robert G. (2014)
    In: Wetzell, Richard (Eds.), Crime and criminal justice in modern Germany, Berghahn Books, New York, (Studies in German history, 16), pp. 247-269
  11. Why it is high time to reform the homicide statutes Journal Article
    Maas, Heiko (2014)
    In: German Law Journal, 15(6), pp. 1029-1034
  12. Plea bargaining in Germany - doctoring the symptoms without looking at the root causes Journal Article
    Rauxloh, Regina (2014)
    In: The Journal of Criminal Law, 78(5), pp. 392-406
  13. Absprachen in German criminal trials Contribution
    Altenhain, Karsten (2010)
    In: Thaman, Stephen (Eds.), World plea bargaining. Consensual procedures and the avoidance of the full criminal trial, Carolina Academic Press, Durham, pp. 157-179
  14. Appellate review of judicial fact-finding processes and decisions Journal Article
    Jung, Heike (1997)
    In: Israel Law Review, 31(1-3), pp. 690-701