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Addiction, Intoxication,Criminal Law and Criminal Justice:An Introduction
  • H. Albrecht
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • European Addiction Research
  • 1 September 1998
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[The forgotten minority - the aged as criminals].
Criminal behavior of aged people does not seem to attract much attention by human sciences and political agencies. This trend is understandable because analysis of criminal statistics shows thatExpand
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Legal Aspects of the Use of Coercive Measures in Psychiatry
Coercion appears to be an integral component of psychiatry, particularly forensic psychiatry, and its use strongly influences the way the public sees this specialty. Coercion takes place whenExpand
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National reconviction statistics and studies in Europe = Nationale Rückfallstatistiken und -untersuchungen in Europa
This article1 discusses the importance of recidivism statistics for criminological research, judicial decision making and criminal policy in Europe and beyond. It also addresses the shortcomings andExpand
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Prosecution and Sentencing Patterns in the Federal Republic of Germany
Criminal procedure in the Federal Republic of Germany is predicated on an inquisitorial rather than an adversarial system. This paper presents a detailed, step-by-step analysis of the proceduresExpand
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28 SANCTION POLICIES AND ALTERNATIVE MEASURES TO INCARCERATION : EUROPEAN EXPERIENCES WITH INTERMEDIATE AND ALTERNATIVE CRIMINAL PENALTIES
It was in particular in view of the abundant use of imprisonment that in Western Europe the question was put forward as early as the 1960s whether the range of criminal penalties should be widened toExpand
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