Aktenbeiziehung und Anfangsverdacht im Insolvenzstrafverfahren 978-3-16-159381-9 - Mohr Siebeck
Law

Christina Schreiner

Aktenbeiziehung und Anfangsverdacht im Insolvenzstrafverfahren

Zugleich ein Beitrag zum »Doppeltürmodell« des BVerfG

[The Presentation of Files and Initial Suspicion in Criminal Insolvency Proceedings. Including a Contribution on the Federal Constitutional Court's »Double-Door Model”.]

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The requirement of initial suspicion is of exceptional importance in protecting the individual in cases of criminal prosecution without cause. Yet the majority of criminal insolvency proceedings are initiated with a lack of tangible evidence. Christina Schreiner develops guidelines for a constitutional handling of the investigation of insolvency offences.
The requirement of initial suspicion is of exceptional importance in protecting the individual in cases of criminal prosecution without cause. Yet the majority of criminal insolvency proceedings are initiated with a lack of tangible evidence. Christina Schreiner develops guidelines for a constitutional handling of the investigation of insolvency offences.
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Christina Schreiner Geboren 1990; Studium der VWL (B. Sc.) an der LMU München; Studium der Rechtswissenschaften an der LMU München und der Universität zu Köln; 2019 Promotion; Referendarin am OLG Köln (mit Stationen bei der Deutschen Botschaft in Hanoi und am Internationalen Strafgerichtshof in Den Haag).
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