Verweisungsbedingte Akzessorietät bei Straftatbeständen 978-3-16-153673-1 - Mohr Siebeck
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Kai Cornelius

Verweisungsbedingte Akzessorietät bei Straftatbeständen

[Accessoriness by References in Criminal Offences.]

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Published in German.
In order to align criminal punishment with the legal system as a whole, it is convenient to use blanket clauses and normatively loaded elements in the penal statute. This is only permissible within the boundaries of the principle of legality (»nulla poena sine lege«) in Sec. 103 (2) of the German Basic Law. The present treatise develops a framework to interpret this principle in accordance with other layers of the law in today's complex and interwoven information society.
In order to align criminal punishment with the legal system as a whole, it is convenient to use blanket clauses and normatively loaded elements in the penal statute. This is only permissible within the boundaries of the principle of legality (»nulla poena sine lege«) in Sec. 103 (2) of the German Basic Law. The present treatise develops a framework to interpret this principle in accordance with other layers of the law in today's complex and interwoven information society.
Authors/Editors

Kai Cornelius Geboren 1971; Studium der Luft- und Raumfahrttechnik in Berlin; Studium der Rechtswissenschaften in Heidelberg; 1999 Zweites juristisches Staatsexamen, LL.M.-Studium; Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Institut für Rechtsinformatik an der Universität Hannover; 2005 Promotion in Heidelberg; 2006 Visiting Researcher an der University of Michigan und anschließend Marie-Curie-Host-Fellow an der Universität Wrocław (Breslau); Akademischer Rat an der Universität Heidelberg; 2014 Habilitation; derzeit Vertretungsprofessur für Strafrecht an der Universität Hamburg.

Reviews

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In: Goltdammer's Archiv für Strafrecht — 2019, 365–368 (Fabian Stam)