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  • 15 of 1039 Publications

  1. Urbanization and crime. Germany 1871 - 1914 Book
    Johnson, Eric Arthur (1995)
    ISBN 9780521527002, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
  2. The incompatibility of treatment and punishment Contribution
    Frehsee, Detlev (1995)
    In: Albrecht, Günter (Eds.), Diversion and informal social control, De Gruyter, Berlin, (Prevention and intervention in childhood and adolescence, 17), pp. 369-384
  3. Diversion in German juvenile justice: Its practice, impact, and penal policy implications Contribution
    Heinz, Wolfgang (1995)
    In: Albrecht, Günter (Eds.), Diversion and informal social control, De Gruyter, Berlin, (Prevention and intervention in childhood and adolescence, 17), pp. 159-186
  4. Sentence without conviction : Notes on diversion from the Juvenile Court in the Federal Republic of Germany Contribution
    Ludwig-Mayerhofer, Wolfgang (1995)
    In: Albrecht, Günter (Eds.), Diversion and informal social control, De Gruyter, Berlin, (Prevention and intervention in childhood and adolescence, 17), pp. 105-124
  5. The criminal process in the Federal Republic of Germany Contribution
    Jung, Heike (1995)
    In: Delmas-Marty, Mireille (Eds.), The criminal process and human rights. Toward a European consciousness, Nijhoff, Dordrecht, pp. 59-65
  6. The possibilities and limits of help in dying : a lawyer's view Contribution
    Eser, Albin (1995)
    In: Jens, Walter; Küng, Hans (Eds.), A dignified dying. A plea for personal responsibility, SCM Press, London, pp. 74-93
  7. The German Prosecution System. The developing sentencers Contribution
    Fionda, Julia (1995)
    In: Fionda, Julia (Eds.), Public prosecutors and discretion. A comparative study, Clarendon, Oxford, (Oxford monographs on criminal law and justice, )
  8. Sentencing in the Federal Republic of Germany Journal Article
    Albrecht, Hans-Jörg (1995)
    In: Federal Sentencing Reporter, 7(6), pp. 305-307
  9. The German jury and the metaphysical Volk. From romantic idealism to Nazi ideology Journal Article
    Dubber, Markus D. (1995)
    In: The American Journal of Comparative Law, 43(2), pp. 227-271
  10. A woman's cry for help. Why the United States should apply Germany's model of self-defense for the battered woman Journal Article
    Dubin, Danielle R. (1995)
    In: ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law, 2(1), pp. 235-265
  11. Racial hatred. A comparative analysis of the hate crime laws of the United States and Germany Journal Article
    Nier, Charles Louis (1995)
    In: Dickinson Journal of International Law, 13(2), pp. 241-279
  12. Insider trading reforms sweep across Germany. Bracing for the cold winds of change Journal Article
    Standen, Daniel J. (1995)
    In: Harvard International Law Journal, 36(1), pp. 177-206
  13. Models for the reform of the criminal trial in the People’s Republic of China. Comparative remarks from a German perspective Contribution
    Herrmann, Joachim (1995)
    In: Kühne, Hans-Heiner (Eds.), Festschrift für Koichi Miyazawa. Dem Wegbereiter des japanisch-deutschen Strafrechtsdiskurses, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Baden-Baden, pp. 611-634
  14. Reforming abortion legislation in unified Germany Contribution
    Koch, Hans-Georg (1995)
    In: The American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, (Eds.), The abortion debate in transatlantic perspective, American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, Washington, (AICGS seminar paper, 10), pp. 85-100

  • 15 of 1039 Publications