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  1. Collateral consequences of criminal conviction in the United States and Germany Contribution
    Corda, Alessandro ; Kaspar, Johannes (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. 392-437
  2. The turn to confession bargaining in German criminal procedure: Causes and comparisons with American plea bargaining Journal Article
    Langbein, John H. (2022)
    In: The American Journal of Comparative Law, 70(1), pp. 139-161
  3. Domestic violence against male same-sex partners in the EU with special reference to refugee and migrant gay men in Germany Book
    Naik, Yeshwant (2022)
    ISBN 9783030868062, Springer, Cham
  4. Feminism, science, and politics of infanticide in Wilhelmine Germany Journal Article
    Jackson, S. E. (2022)
    In: Monatshefte, 114(1), pp. 1-23
  5. Quasi-criminal enforcement mechanisms in Germany: Past and present Contribution
    Brodowski, Dominik (2022)
    In: Franssen, Vanessa; Harding, Christopher (Eds.), Criminal and quasi-criminal enforcement mechanisms in Europe. Origins, concept, future, Hart Publishing, Oxford, (Hart studies in European criminal law, 16), pp. 41-66
  6. On reaching a crime scene ahead of the criminal: Dreams of police and technology from the 1970s to today Journal Article
    Sow, Amadou Korbinian (2022)
    In: German Law Journal, 23(4), pp. 597-624
  7. Technological surveillance in the Federal Republic of Germany Contribution
    Shi, Jiahui (2022)
    In: (Eds.), Technological surveillance of communication in American, German and Chinese criminal procedure, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin, (Beiträge zum Internationalen und Europäischen Strafrecht - Studies in International and European Criminal Law and Procedure, 51), pp. 114-208
  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. Counteraction to offenses against sexual self-determination of minors in criminal law of Germany Contribution
    Manna, Ammar Abdul Karim; Gumel, Naguib Ali Seif El; Saifullina, Maria Ivanovna (2021)
    In: (Eds.), Proceedings of the VII International Scientific-Practical Conference “Criminal Law and Operative Search Activities: Problems of Legislation, Science and Practice”, SCITEPRESS - Science and Technology Publications, pp. 394-399
  10. “In the name of the people” Contribution
    Machura, Stefan ; Rennig, Christoph (2021)
    In: Diamond, Shari; Hans, Valerie; Ivković, Sanja; Marder, Nancy (Eds.), Juries, lay judges, and mixed courts. A Global perspective, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 152-173
  11. Universal jurisdiction and international crimes in German courts – recent steps towards exercising the principle of complementarity after the entry into force of the Rome Statute Journal Article
    Safferling, Christoph J.M.; Petrossian, Gurgen (2021)
    In: European Criminal Law Review, 11(2), pp. 242-263
  12. Rechtswissenschaft revisited Contribution
    Jung, Heike (2021)
    In: Matsuzawa, Shin; Nuotio, Kimmo (Eds.), Methodology of criminal law theory: art, politics or science?, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Baden-Baden, pp. 157-170
  13. The criminal registry in the German Empire: the ‘cult of previous convictions’ and the offender’s right to be forgotten // The Criminal Registry in the German Empire: The ‘Cult of Previous Convictions’ and the Offender’s Right to Be Forgotten Journal Article
    Groot, Timon (2021)
    In: German History, 39(3), pp. 358-376
  14. 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
  15. Police law Contribution
    Pauer-Studer, Herlinde (2020)
    In: (Eds.), Justifying injustice. Legal theory in Nazi Germany, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 158-177