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  1. 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
  2. Report on the comparative conference on criminal procedure at Bielefeld University, interrogation, confession, and truth, 21 – 22 May 2019 Contribution
    Westermann, Alexandra ; Newerla, Matthias (2020)
    In: Eidam, Lutz; Lindemann, Michael; Ransiek, Andreas (Eds.), Interrogation, confession, and truth. Comparative studies in criminal procedure, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Baden-Baden, (Schriften zum Internationalen und Europäischen Strafrecht, Band 43), pp. 209-214
  3. Self-incrimination privilege and interrogation. A German and comparative view Contribution
    Ransiek, Andreas (2020)
    In: Eidam, Lutz; Lindemann, Michael; Ransiek, Andreas (Eds.), Interrogation, confession, and truth. Comparative studies in criminal procedure, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Baden-Baden, (Schriften zum Internationalen und Europäischen Strafrecht, Band 43), pp. 151-182
  4. Contemporary problems of the right to remain silent in Germany Contribution
    Eidam, Lutz (2020)
    In: Eidam, Lutz; Lindemann, Michael; Ransiek, Andreas (Eds.), Interrogation, confession, and truth. Comparative studies in criminal procedure, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Baden-Baden, (Schriften zum Internationalen und Europäischen Strafrecht, Band 43), pp. 49-60
  5. The suspect as a source of information Contribution
    Weigend, Thomas (2020)
    In: Eidam, Lutz; Lindemann, Michael; Ransiek, Andreas (Eds.), Interrogation, confession, and truth. Comparative studies in criminal procedure, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Baden-Baden, (Schriften zum Internationalen und Europäischen Strafrecht, Band 43), pp. 11-28
  6. The potential to secure a fair trial through evidence exclusion. A German perspective Contribution
    Weigend, Thomas (2019)
    In: Gless, Sabine; Richter, Thomas (Eds.), Do exclusionary rules ensure a fair trial? A comparative perspective on evidentiary rules, Springer, Cham, (Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice, volume 74), pp. 61-92
  7. A civil asset recovery model – the German perspective and european human rights Contribution
    Esser, Robert (2015)
    In: Rui, Jon (Eds.), Non-conviction-based confiscation in Europe. Possibilities and limitations on rules enabling confiscation without a criminal conviction, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin, (Schriftenreihe des Max-Planck-Instituts für Ausländisches und Internationales Strafrecht. S, Strafrechtliche Forschungsberichte, 146), pp. 69-109
  8. Germany: balancing truth against protected constitutional interests Contribution
    Gless, Sabine (2013)
    In: Thaman, Stephen (Eds.), Exclusionary Rules in Comparative Law, Springer Netherlands, Dordrecht, pp. 113-142
  9. The Gäfgen judgment of the European Court of Human Rights: on the consequences of the threat of torture for criminal proceedings Journal Article
    Ast, Stephan (2010)
    In: German Law Journal, 11(12), pp. 1393-1406
  10. 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