Publication type

  1. German Police: Marching ahead on the road to elitism Journal Article
    Das, Dilip K.; Palmiotto, Michael J. (2004)
    In: International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 28(2), pp. 189-199
  2. Money laundering and surveillance of telecommunication – The recent decision of the Bundesgerichtshof (BGH – Federal Court of Justice) Journal Article
    Kudlich, Hans ; Melloh, Florian (2004)
    In: German Law Journal, 5(2), pp. 123-133
  3. The German Federal Constitutional Court and the extradition of alledged terrorists to the United States Journal Article
    Hartwig, Matthias (2004)
    In: German Law Journal, 5(3), pp. 185-195
  4. Interview with Federal Constitutional Court Vice President, Justice, Professor Winfried Hassemer – “The state is no longer the Leviathan” Journal Article
    Müller, Reinhard (2004)
    In: German Law Journal, 5(5), pp. 603-607
  5. Data screening as a means of preventing islamist terrorist attacks on Germany Journal Article
    Achelpöhler, Wilhelm ; Niehaus, Holger (2004)
    In: German Law Journal, 5(5), pp. 495-513
  6. Liberty dies by inches: German counter-terrorism measures and human rights Journal Article
    Zöller, Verena (2004)
    In: German Law Journal, 5(5), pp. 469-494
  7. Liberty, security, and terrorism: The legal position in Germany Journal Article
    Lepsius, Oliver (2004)
    In: German Law Journal, 5(5), pp. 435-460
  8. The Hamburg terror trials – American political poker and German legal procedure: an unlikely combination to fight international terrorism Journal Article
    Blaauw-Wolf, Loammi (2004)
    In: German Law Journal, 5(7), pp. 791-828
  9. Money laundering by defence counsel – the decision of the Federal Constitutional Court Journal Article
    Bussenius, Anne (2004)
    In: German Law Journal, 5(9), pp. 1045-1055
  10. Police and prosecutions: Vanishing differences between practices in England and Germany Journal Article
    Jasch, Michael (2004)
    In: German Law Journal, 5(10), pp. 1207-1216
  11. Why aren't German penal policies harsher and imprisonment rates higher? Journal Article
    Tonry, Michael H. (2004)
    In: German Law Journal, 5(10), pp. 1187-1206
  12. The decision of the Bundesverfassungsgericht of March 3, 2004 concerning acoustic surveillance of housing space Journal Article
    Stender-Vorwachs, Jutta (2004)
    In: German Law Journal, 5(11), pp. 1337-1348
  13. The prosecution service in the German administration of criminal justice Contribution
    Weigend, Thomas (2004)
    In: Tak, Peter (Eds.), Tasks and powers of the prosecution services in the EU member states. Vol. 1, Wolf, Nijmegen, pp. 203-222
  14. Organised crime in Germany. A passe-partout definition encompassing different phenomena Contribution
    Kinzig, Jörg ; Luczak, Anna (2004)
    In: Fijnaut, Cyrille; Paoli, Letizia (Eds.), Organised crime in Europe. Concepts, patterns and control policies in the European Union and beyond, Springer, Dordrecht, (Studies Of Organized Crime, 4), pp. 333-356
  15. Criminal Procedure System of the Federal Republic of Germany Contribution
    Esser, Robert (2004)
    In: Pavišić, Berislav (Eds.), Transition of criminal procedure systems. Volume II: Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Germany, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Ukraine, Pravni Fak. Sveucilista, Rijeka, pp. 97-124