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  1. The formation of transnational criminal law within the German confederation: A normative order? Contribution
    Tyrichter, Jean Conrad (2019)
    In: Hannappel, Tina; Härter, Karl; Tyrichter, Jean (Eds.), The transnationalisation of criminal law in the nineteenth and twentieth century. Political crime, police cooperation, security regimes and normative orders, Vittorio Klostermann, Frankfurt am Main, (Studien zu Policey, Kriminalitätsgeschichte und Konfliktregulierung, ), pp. 21-40
  2. Simplified procedures in criminal matters and the risk of judicial errors: The case of penal orders in Germany Journal Article
    Enescu, Raluca (2019)
    In: Journal on European History of Law, 10(2), pp. 182-187
  3. The Heidelberg circle of jurists and its struggle against allied jurisdiction: Amnesty-lobbyism and impunity-demands for National Socialist war criminals (1949–1955) Journal Article
    Glahé, Philipp (2019)
    In: Journal of the History of International Law / Revue d’histoire du droit international, 22(1), pp. 1-44
  4. Murderers or thieves at risk? Offence-related suicide rates in adolescent and adult prison populations Journal Article
    Radeloff, Daniel ; Stoeber, Franziska ; Lempp, Thomas ; Kettner, Mattias ; Bennefeld-Kersten, Katharina (2019)
    In: PloS one, 14(4), pp. 1-11
  5. The ‘stain of conviction’ – Penal theory, fundamental rights and criminal records in Germany Contribution
    Morgenstern, Christine (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. 65-80
  6. Act on International Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters Internet Document
    Bundesrepublik Deutschland, (2019)
    In: https://www.gesetze-im-internet.de/englisch_irg/index.html
  7. The combat of breaches of sales contracts in the German legal order Contribution
    Buisman, Sanne (2019)
    In: (Eds.), Contract, tort & crime: criminalisation of breaches of sales contracts under Dutch and EU law, Studio Tilburg University, Tilburg, pp. 141-174
  8. Germany Contribution
    Tosza, Stanislaw (2019)
    In: (Eds.), Criminal liability of managers in Europe. Punishing excessive risk, Hart, Oxford, (Hart studies in European criminal law, volume 8), pp. 112-168
  9. Comparing plea bargaining and abbreviated trial procedures Contribution
    Gilliéron, Gwladys (2019)
    In: Brown, Darryl; Hörnle, Tatjana; Turner, Jenia; Weisser, Bettina (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of criminal process, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 702-727
  10. Medical error and the criminal law Contribution
    McGrath, Colm Peter (2019)
    In: McGrath, Colm (Eds.), The development of medical liability in Germany, 1800-1945, Vittorio Klostermann, Frankfurt am Main, (Studien zur europäischen Rechtsgeschichte, Band 314), pp. 55-80
  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. Germany national report Contribution
    Wassmer, Martin Paul (2019)
    In: Ligeti, Katalin (Eds.), Punitive liability of heads of business in the EU. A comparative study, Wolters Kluwer, Milano, (Giustizia penale europea, 7), pp. 103-187