Wie viel Privatisierung »verträgt« das strafprozessuale Ermittlungsverfahren? 978-3-16-153371-6 - Mohr Siebeck
Law

Hannah Stoffer

Wie viel Privatisierung »verträgt« das strafprozessuale Ermittlungsverfahren?

Eine Untersuchung zur Zulässigkeit privater Beweisbeschaffung und zur Verwertbarkeit auf diese Weise erlangter Beweismittel im Strafverfahren

[How Much Privatization can the Prosecution Procedure Take? An Examination of the Lawfulness of Privately Procured Evidence and its Admissibility in Legal Proceedings.]

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Published in German.
A world-wide central theme in procedural rule discussions is currently the privatization of the prosecution process. Hannah Stoffer presents the actual and legal facets in the context of their relevant case groupings and develops an overall concept to the question of when the state has to permit the admission of evidence generated through private investigations.
A world-wide central theme in procedural rule discussions is currently the privatization of the prosecution process. Hannah Stoffer presents the actual and legal facets in the context of their relevant case groupings and develops an overall concept to the question of when the state has to permit the admission of evidence generated through private investigations.
Authors/Editors

Hannah Stoffer Geboren 1983; Studium der Rechtswissenschaften an der Universität Passau; 2008 -11 wiss. Mitarbeiterin am Lehrstuhl für Strafrecht, Strafprozessrecht und Kriminologie der Universität Passau; 2012–14 Referendariat am LG Passau; seit 2011 Nebentätigkeit in einer Anwaltskanzlei.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Polizei-Newsletter — http://polizeinewsletter.de/wordpress/?cat=1 (4/2016) (Holger Plank)
In: Juristenzeitung — 2016, 955–956 (Anja Schiemann)