Funktionelle Äquivalente der strafrechtlichen Konkurrenzlehre im Common Law 978-3-16-156941-8 - Mohr Siebeck
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Andreas Dürr

Funktionelle Äquivalente der strafrechtlichen Konkurrenzlehre im Common Law

Zugleich eine Abhandlung über die unechte Idealkonkurrenz im Völkerstrafrecht

[Functional Equivalents of the Theory on Multiple Criminal Offences in Common Law Legal Orders. Including an Essay on the Apparent Coincidence of Offences in International Criminal Law.]

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Andreas Dürr compares four legal orders with regard to the question of how far they allow cumulative charging, convicting and sentencing in cases where all the components of more than one criminal offence are fulfilled by a perpetrator. In his analysis, the author conceptualises a new way of treating such questions in German criminal law, and furthermore argues for limiting the permissibility of cumulative convictions in international criminal law.
Andreas Dürr compares four legal orders with regard to the question of how far they allow cumulative charging, convicting and sentencing in cases where all the components of more than one criminal offence are fulfilled by a perpetrator. In his analysis, the author conceptualises a new way of treating such questions in German criminal law, and furthermore argues for limiting the permissibility of cumulative convictions in international criminal law.
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Andreas Dürr Geboren 1986; Studium der Rechtswissenschaften an der LMU München und der Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha (Toledo, Spanien); 2012 Erste Juristische Prüfung; Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter an der LMU München; 2014 Carlo-Schmid-Stipendiat des DAAD in der Verfahrenskammer I des Internationalen Strafgerichtshofs für das ehemalige Jugoslawien; 2016 Magister Juris (University of Oxford); Rechtsreferendariat im Bezirk des Kammergerichts Berlin; 2018 Zweite Juristische Staatsprüfung.

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