|A. Historical Sketch|
|C. Legality Principle|
|D. Sources of Criminal Law|
|A. Theories of Punishment|
|B. Liability Requirements|
|C. Sex Offenses|
|D. Theft and Fraud|
|E. “Victimless” Crimes|
Thomas Weigend is Professor of Criminal Law at the University of Cologne. His recent publications include “Intent, Mistake of Law, and Co-perpetration in the Lubanga Decision on Confirmation of Charges,” 6 Journal of International Criminal Justice 471 (2008); and “The Decay of the Inquisitorial Ideal: Plea Bargaining Invades German Criminal Procedure,” in John D. Jackson, Máximo Langer, and Peter Tillers (eds.), Crime, Procedure and Evidence in Comparative and International Context: Essays in Honour of Professor Mirjan Damaska (Hart, 2008).
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Publication information: Book title: The Handbook of Comparative Criminal Law. Contributors: Kevin Jon Heller - Editor, Markus D. Dubber - Editor. Publisher: Stanford Law Books. Place of publication: Stanford, CA. Publication year: 2011. Page number: 252.
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