1. The German system Contribution
    Governa, Jacopo (2023)
    In: (Eds.), Rethinking the prosecutor's discretion at the International Criminal Court. Substantive limitations and judicial control, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin, (Beiträge zum Internationalen und Europäischen Strafrecht - Studies in International and European Criminal Law and Procedure, 52)
  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. Prosecutorial discretion Contribution
    Fyfe, Shannon ; Heinze, Alexander (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. 169-218
  4. CJEU: Germany’s public prosecution authorities cannot be regarded as a “judicial authority” with regard to EAWs—the truth or a misconstrual of the legal reality? Journal Article
    Glaser, Sebastian ; Hartmann, Sarah (2022)
    In: German Law Journal, 23(4), pp. 650-660
  5. Prosecutors and Trials Contribution
    Heinze, Alexander (2021)
    In: Gold, Russell; Levine, Kay; Wright, Ronald (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of prosecutors and prosecution, Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 116-152
  6. 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
  7. Powers of the prosecutor in criminal investigation. A comparative perspective Book
    Kremens, Karolina (2021)
    ISBN 9780367862947, Routledge, New York
  8. The role of the prosecutor Contribution
    Heinze, Alexander ; Fyfe, Shannon (2020)
    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. 343-388
  9. Historical development of leniency programs in Germany Contribution
    Heinrich, Bernd (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. 111-130
  10. 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
  11. Overuse in the Criminal Justice System in Germany Contribution
    Haverkamp, Rita ; Cirener, Gabriele ; Boetticher, Axel ; Feest, Johannes (2019)
    In: Jendly, Manon; Kempen, P. (Eds.), Overuse in the criminal justice system. On criminalization, prosecution and imprisonment = Le recours excessif au systéme de justice pénal aux sanctions et poursuites pénales et à la détention, Intersentia, Cambridge, pp. 333-362
  12. The German public prosecutor as (no) judicial authority within the meaning of the European arrest warrant: a case note on the CJEU’s judgment in OG (C-508/18) and PI (C 82/19 PPU) Journal Article
    Ambos, Kai (2019)
    In: New Journal of European Criminal Law, 10(4), pp. 399-407
  13. German prosecutors and the Rechtsstaat Contribution
    Boyne, Shawn Marie (2017)
    In: Langer, Máximo; Sklansky, David (Eds.), Prosecutors and democracy, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 109-137
  14. Do criminal complaints make sense in (German) international criminal law? A prosecutor's perspective Journal Article
    Beck, Thomas ; Ritscher, Christian (2015)
    In: Journal of International Criminal Justice, 13(2), pp. 229-235