By Christian Schröder,Marcus Bergmann
Er wäscht sozusagen selbst, ohne Unterstützung durch weitere Personen. Bislang ist die Selbstgeldwäsche nach § 261 Abs. nine Satz 2 StGB straflos. Allerdings gibt es Überlegungen - angestoßen durch die monetary activities activity strength -, in Deutschland die Selbstgeldwäsche unter Strafe zu stellen. Die Autoren analysieren daher, ob das deutsche Recht diese Straflosigkeit erfordert oder die Bestrafung der Selbstgeldwäsche anordnen könnte.
Sie kommen zu dem Ergebnis, dass die Selbstgeldwäsche straflos bleiben muss. Alle Überlegungen zu den Regelungszielen und denkbaren Rechtsgütern der Geldwäsche laufen darauf hinaus, dass die Straflosigkeit der Selbstgeldwäsche aus dogmatischen und verfassungsrechtlichen Prinzipien, die zu den Grundsätzen der deutschen Rechtsordnung zu zählen sind, notwendig ist.
By Louis A. Knafla
Knafla and his members discover the typical difficulties and matters that emerge from the research of sophistication and gender in felony prosecutions, starting from past due medieval Europe to the early twentieth century. The chapters reveal that conceptions of crime and legal habit are prompted decisively through the jobs of sophistication, gender, and later race as societies evolve looking for continuity and conformity.
The seven chapters during this quantity, including an important publication assessment essay and important reports of 16 significant works within the region, make stronger the sequence as a big discussion board for exploring new instructions in felony justice examine because it pertains to concerns and difficulties of sophistication, gender, and race of their historic, criminological, criminal, and social elements. The chapters discover universal subject matters and concerns that emerge from the research of sophistication and gender via policing and felony prosecutions within the area people to turning out to be makes an attempt of the hot state nation to achieve keep watch over of the prosecutorial system.
Trevor Dean and Lee Beier learn prosecutorial strength in neighborhood groups of fifteenth and sixteenth century Europe, and spot tools of peace (agreement) and struggle (prosecution and conviction) as invaluable associations of social keep an eye on. Andrea Knox stories the prosecution of Irish girls, discovering that they have been popular as perpetrators of crime in addition to sufferers. Antony Simpson indicates how sexual indiscretions constructed the legislation of blackmail within the 18th century, influencing refined adjustments in gender roles. David Englander's examine of Henry Mayhew reinterprets the function of sophistication within the legal prosecutions of the nineteenth century, whereas Arvind Verma and Philippa Levine expand the jobs of sophistication and gender that were built within the felony justice procedure into the imperial colonies of south-east and east Asia within the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. an immense source for students, scholars, and researchers concerned with felony, political, social, and women's background, legal justice experiences, sociology and criminology, and legal law.
By Virginia M. Kendall,T. Markus Funk,Richard A. Posner
In addition to compliance issues raised by means of the international Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), united kingdom Bribery Act, and different extra customary transnational anti-corruption legislation, today’s businesses also needs to reply to extra novel criminal specifications, similar to these inside the California Transparency in offer Chains Act, Federal Acquisition laws on Trafficking in folks in Federal Contracts, U.K. sleek Slavery Act of 2015, ecu Union’s Directive on Transparency and its amendments, and the proposed federal enterprise Transparency in Trafficking and Slavery Act and different laws.
This moment version ofChild Exploitation and Trafficking: studying international Enforcement and provide Chain demanding situations and U.S. Responses brings clean, functional pondering to this oft-misunderstood zone of the legislations, supporting erase a few of its counterproductive mythology. The e-book not just presents the 1st complete, functional advent to the background and present-day fact of kid exploitation and provide chain concerns, however it additionally strains the interconnected net of household and transnational federal legislation and legislation enforcement efforts introduced in reaction thereto.
The moment version not just is up-to-date to mirror the most recent developments and different improvement offered by way of of the most well known specialists bearing on this constantly-evolving box, however it additionally comprises new chapters reading parts resembling exact matters within the struggle opposed to human trafficking and the raft of landmark anti-trafficking legislation that usher in a brand new compliance truth for the globe’s company neighborhood.
Written from the special point of view of these who've spent their careers within the trenches investigating, prosecuting, and adjudicating those difficult, emotional instances, in addition to those people who are tasked with making sure that items are loose from the taint of kid exploitation and strength hard work, the publication is uniquely proscriptive, in addition to descriptive, within the feel that it depends on real-world examples to serve up sensible suggestion and reform proposals for these concerned in any respect degrees of this hard area.
By Caroline Joan "Kay" S. Picart,Michael Hviid Jacobsen,Cecil Greek,Stefan Machura,Majid Yar,Susan Boyd,Carrie Menkel-Meadow,Orit Kamir,Peter Robson,Mathieu Deflem,John Denvir,Matthew Sorrento,Naomi Mezey,Mark C. Niles,Farah Britto,Anders Petersen,Jon Fraule
By Harold Winter
By Howard W. Allen,Jerome M. Clubb
In Race, category, and the loss of life Penalty, Howard W. Allen and Jerome M. Clubb study historic tendencies within the use of capital punishment within the usa. utilising empirical facts, the authors discover how usually the demise penalty has been used and the way its frequency of use has replaced, the place the demise penalty used to be used mostly, the offenses charged, and the features of the performed. now not strangely, their findings point out that minority groups—particularly African americans and people of decrease social and fiscal prestige in general—have been carried out in disproportionate numbers. The authors finish that whereas using the dying penalty has steadily declined, and the diversity of capital offenses has narrowed, disparities within the use of capital punishment among social teams and areas that seemed within the colonial interval have endured into the twenty-first century.
“…an exhaustive statistical research of the demise penalty over the process American historical past … the main entire database of executions within the United kingdom to date.” — American historic Review
“…draws from and builds on a unprecedented facts set compiled by way of M. Watt Espy, who accrued details on each execution in American historical past … a really precious book.” — magazine of Southern History
“…pure quantitative heritage at its most sensible … an enormous contribution to the field.” — magazine of yank Histo
“The authors have made plentiful (and clever) use of the Espy dossier Executions within the U.S. 1608–2002 on the loss of life Penalty details middle, the main systematic database to be had at the heritage of capital punishment within the US … Allen and Clubb offer an easy statistical portrait of capital punishment within the US from the Colonial period to the post-WW II interval. The findings, whereas now not amazing, are vital for the straightforward undeniable fact that they depend upon a hugely revered database.” — CHOICE
“The long-standing perform of capital punishment during this kingdom has been arguable virtually from its inception, and the debate has been fairly excessive in fresh a long time. A cautious research of the empirical proof of our historic practices is significantly vital, and the authors do a superb provider in accumulating and assimilating many partial assets into what appears to be essentially the most complete and definitive remedies of empirical details at the use of capital punishment within the usa all through its history.” — Carol S. Steiker, coauthor of felony legislations and Its strategies: instances and fabrics, 8th Edition
Howard W. Allen is Professor of historical past Emeritus at Southern Illinois collage at Carbondale.
Jerome M. Clubb is examine Scientist and Professor of background Emeritus on the college of Michigan. either Allen and Clubb have written numerous books, together with their coedited quantity Electoral swap and balance in American Political History.
By John D. Gordan III
"This 'small' ebook packs a wide wallop. Gordan navigates the complexities of trial advocacy and trial approach with unexcelled mastery. His research of the advanced criminal matters, together with the ability of the jury to rule on questions of legislations in addition to truth, is persuasive. Gordan additionally throws a revisionist mild on many of the significant gamers — like John P. Hale who emerges from the wings because the genuine chief of the abolitionist bar; and Benjamin R. Curtis, whose manipulation of the legislation within the Morris trial illuminates his well-known dissent in Dred Scott v. Sandford. A gem of a book."
--R. Kent Newmyer, college of Connecticut college of Law
"A splendidly designated exposition of the fugitive slave rescue trial of Robert Morris, John Gordan's paintings finds a wealth of fabric in regards to the occasions, the folk, and the criminal acumen of the attorneys and judges concerned. it's going to permit students to judge a query important to our judicial approach: what's the right department of authority among pass judgement on and jury? the data contained in Gordan's ebook presents a much-needed traditionally exact foundation from which to reply to that question."
-- Maeva Marcus, Director, Institute for Constitutional background, The New-York historic Society, and examine Professor of legislations, The George Washington collage legislations School
"John Gordan's notable sleuthing of files and assets and prepared insights offer a hugely readable and fascinating account of the slave rescue trial of Robert Morris in 1851. The booklet finds new insights approximately Benjamin Robbins Curtis, presiding as Circuit Justice, and sheds vital new gentle at the differing perspectives of the rule of thumb of legislations and jury nullification in nineteenth century America."
--Christian G. Fritz , Henry Weihofen Chair in legislations and Professor of legislations, college of latest Mexico
John D. Gordan, III, a graduate of Harvard collage and Harvard legislation institution, clerked for the Honorable Inzer B. Wyatt, U.S. District pass judgement on (S.D.N.Y.), from 1969 to 1971 and served as an Assistant U.S. legal professional (S.D.N.Y.) from 1971 to 1976. He was once in deepest perform in manhattan urban from 1976 to 2011.
By Caroline Fournet
By Fred Van Liew,Howard Zehr
In espresso outlets, comfort shops, and courthouses around the nation, americans are suffering to agree on why the justice approach they've got isn't the justice method they wish. Dramatically various stories with it frustrate each try at a typical description of the matter, and the awful consensus that filling prisons and detention facilities is sort of no one's aim provides no trace to what the answer may be. yet lately, analyses corresponding to Michelle Alexander's the hot Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration within the Age of Colorblindness and the paintings of public coverage businesses similar to correct On Crime have defined a number of the large-scale realities and drawn the various challenging edges of the image. Fred Van Liew's The Justice Diary: An Inquiry into Justice in the US offers it face-to-face aspect. all through this approachable choice of vignettes, Van Liew, a former prosecutor, files his conversations with crime sufferers, mom and dad, legal professionals, law enforcement officials, offenders, and different neighborhood contributors who candidly proportion their tales and concepts on how the justice process has affected their lives and groups. From his exact vantage point-that of a profession justice method insider with event in restorative justice-Van Liew displays at the conversations he moves up. The questions he asks, of himself and of his readers, may help american citizens envision and paintings towards a fashion of building optimistic responsibility and delivering the justice all of us deserve.
By Horst Hilpert