Bargaining in the Criminal Justice Systems of the United States and Germany: A Matter of Justice and Administrative Efficiency Within Legal, Cultural  by Susanne KoborBargaining in the Criminal Justice Systems of the United States and Germany: A Matter of Justice and Administrative Efficiency Within Legal, Cultural  by Susanne Kobor

Bargaining in the Criminal Justice Systems of the United States and Germany: A Matter of Justice…

bySusanne Kobor

Paperback | February 28, 2008

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The book compares the bargaining practice in the United States and Germany, it displays differences and similarities, also taking historical as well as legal and cultural aspects into consideration. The author shows that bargaining in both countries is highly influenced by the respective legal systems – common and civil law. The study also pays attention to current developments, changes and proposed legislation.
The Author: Susanne Kobor, born in 1975, studied law at the University of Augsburg (Germany) and mediation at the University of Hagen (Germany). She interned with different law firms in the United States and completed her second state exam in Bavaria in 1994. Susanne Kobor now works as a lawyer and mediator; she also teaches law at the...
Title:Bargaining in the Criminal Justice Systems of the United States and Germany: A Matter of Justice…Format:PaperbackDimensions:8.27 × 5.51 × 0.68 inPublished:February 28, 2008Publisher:Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der WissenschaftenLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3631565070

ISBN - 13:9783631565070

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Contents: (Plea) bargaining in the United States and Germany – Bargaining in common and civil law.