1. National Socialist criminal law. Continuity and radicalization Book
    Ambos, Kai ; Duff, Antony (2019)
    ISBN 9783845299259, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Baden-Baden
  2. 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
  3. Intensive supervision of sexual and violent offenders in Germany Contribution
    Dessecker, Axel (2019)
    In: Annison, Harry; Meijer, Sonja; O'Loughlin, Ailbhe (Eds.), Fundamental rights and legal consequences of criminal conviction, Hart Publishing, Oxford, (Oñati international series in law and society, ), pp. 189-208
  4. Germany Contribution
    Ambos, Kai ; Bock, Stefanie (2019)
    In: Bohlander, Michael; Reed, Alan; Wake, Nicola (Eds.), Homicide in criminal law. A research companion, Routledge, London, (Substantive issues in criminal law, ), pp. 245-263
  5. Murder by dangerous driving: decision of the BGH of 16 January 2019, Case No 4 StR 345/18 judgment of the LG Hamburg of 19 February 2018, Case No 621 Ks 12/17 German Federal Court of Justice (Bundesgerichtshof—BGH) 4th Criminal Senate Journal Article
    Bohlander, Michael (2019)
    In: The Journal of Criminal Law, 83(3), pp. 191-194
  6. The acquittal (after pretrial detention) – A rare but fascinating phenomenon of the criminal justice system Journal Article
    Kurlemann, Peter J.; Kinzig, Jörg (2019)
    In: European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, 27(4), pp. 346-362
  7. From legal to technical concept: towards an automated classification of German political Twitter postings as criminal offenses Contribution
    Zufall, Frederike ; Horsmann, Tobias ; Zesch, Torsten (2019)
    In: Association for Computational Linguistics, (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2019 conference of the North American chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: human language technologies, Volume 1, Association for Computational Linguistics, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  8. Criminal liability of third parties with regard to free-responsible suicide: new developments in the German jurisdiction Journal Article
    Lorenz, Henning (2019)
    In: Juridica International, pp. 79-85
  9. Truth in criminal law and procedure: the erosion of a fundamental value Journal Article
    Weigend, Thomas (2019)
    In: Juridica International, pp. 28-36
  10. The latest criminal law reforms in the general and special part of the German Criminal Code Journal Article
    Wassmer, Martin Paul (2019)
    In: Pravo. Zhurnal Vysshey shkoly ekonomiki / Law. Journal of the Higher School of Economics, pp. 203-219
  11. Conflicting duties in criminal law Journal Article
    Coca-Vila, Ivó (2019)
    In: New Criminal Law Review, 22(1), pp. 34-72
  12. Comparative criminal law Contribution
    Dubber, Markus D. (2019)
    In: Reimann, Mathias; Zimmermann, Reinhard (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of comparative law, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 1276-1304
  13. One masterprinciple of criminalization – or several principles? Journal Article
    Hörnle, Tatjana (2019)
    In: Law, Ethics and Philosophy, pp. 208-220
  14. Comparative approaches to criminal procedure. Transplants, translations, and adversarial-model reforms in European Criminal Process Contribution
    Grande, Elisabetta (2019)
    In: Brown, Darryl; Hörnle, Tatjana; Turner, Jenia; Weisser, Bettina (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of criminal process, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 66-88
  15. On the overdue reform of criminal sanction law for adult offenders Contribution
    Duttge, Gunnar (2019)
    In: Duttge, Gunnar; Jun, Ji-Yun (Eds.), Comparative law in a changing world. Historical reflections and future visions fünftes Symposium der Juristischen Fakultät der Georg-August-Universität Göttingen mit der Yonsei Law School (Seoul), Universitätsverlag Göttingen, Göttingen, (Göttinger juristische Schriften, Band 25), pp. 37-48