1. Case study Contribution
    Weigend, Thomas ; Salditt, Franz (2007)
    In: Cape, Ed (Eds.), Suspects in Europe. Procedural rights at the investigative stage of the criminal process in the European Union, Intersentia, Antwerpen, (Ius commune Euopaeum, 64), pp. 229-234
  2. Germany Contribution
    Weigend, Thomas (2007)
    In: Bradley, Craig (Eds.), Criminal procedure. A worldwide study, Carolina Academic Press, Durham, pp. 243-272
  3. The nature and rationale of punishment Journal Article
    Eser, Albin (2007)
    In: Cardozo Law Review, 28(6), pp. 2427-2436
  4. Case comment: German Federal Court of Justice (Bundesgerichtshof-BGH). Decision of 16 May 2007, Case No. AK 6/07 and StB 3/07. Promoting a terrorist organisation: support versus recruitment of members or supporters Journal Article
    Gut, Till (2007)
    In: The Journal of Criminal Law, 71(6), pp. 491-496
  5. The concept of a joint criminal enterprise and domestic modes of liability for parties to a crime. A comparison of German and English Law Journal Article
    Hamdorf, Kai (2007)
    In: Journal of International Criminal Justice, 5(1), pp. 208-226
  6. Hijacked airplanes. May they be shot down? Journal Article
    Hörnle, Tatjana (2007)
    In: New Criminal Law Review, 10(4), pp. 582-612
  7. 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