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BOGNER, UDO. Absprachen im deutschen und italienischen Strafprozessrecht. Marburg, Germany: Elwert, 2000.

BRADLEY, CRAIG M. "The Exclusionary Rule in Germany." Harvard Law Review 96 (1986): 1032-1066.

BRADLEY, CRAIG M., ed. Criminal Procedure: A Worldwide Study. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, 2000.

Bundesministerium der Justiz, ed. Täter-Opfer- Ausgleich in Deutschland. Bonn: Forum, 1998.

CONTE, PHILIPPE, and MAISTRE DU CHAMBON, PATRICK. Procédure pénale. Paris: Masson, 1995.

DAHS, HANS. Handbuch des Strafverteidigers, 6th ed. Köln, Germany: Otto Schmidt, 1999.

DAMASKA, MIRJAN. "Structures of Authority and Comparative Criminal Procedure." Yale Law Journal 84 (1975): 480–544.

——. Evidence Law Adrift. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1997.

——. "Truth in Adjudication." Hastings Law Journal 49 (1998): 289–308.

DUBBER, MARKUS DIRK. "American Plea Bargains, German Lay Judges, and the Crisis of Criminal Procedure." Stanford Law Review 49 (1997): 547–605.

FENNELL, PHIL; HARDING, CHISTOPHER; JÖRG, NICO; and SWART, BERT, eds. Criminal Justice in Europe. Oxford, U.K.: Clarendon Press, 1994.

FRASE, RICHARD S. "Comparative Criminal Justice as a Guide to American Law Reform: How Do the French Do It, How Can We Find Out, and Why Should We Care?" California Law Review 78 (1990): 539–583.

——. "France." Criminal Procedure. A Worldwide Study. Edited by Craig M. Bradley. Durham, N.C.: Carolina University Press, 1999. Pages 143–185.

FRASE, RICHARD S., and WEIGEND, THOMAS. "German Criminal Justice as a Guide to American Law Reform: Similar Problems, Better Solutions?" Boston College International and Comparative Law Review 18 (1995): 317–360.

GOLDSTEIN, ABRAHAM S., and MARCUS, MARTIN. "The Myth of Judicial Supervision in Three 'Inquisitorial' Systems: France, Italy, and Germany." Yale Law Journal 87 (1977): 240–283.

GRANDE, ELISABETTA. "Italian Criminal Justice: Borrowing and Resistance." American Journal of Comparative Law 48 (2000): 227–259.

GUARNERI, CARLO. Pubblico Ministerio e Sistema Politico. Padova, Italy: Cedam, 1984.

HATCHARD, JOHN; HUBER, BARBARA; and VOGLER, RICHARD. eds. Comparative Criminal Procedure. London: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, 1996.

HERRMANN, JOACHIM. "Bargaining Justice—A Bargain for German Criminal Justice?" University of Pittsburgh Law Review 53 (1992): 755–776.

KUHLEN, LOTHAR. Diversion im Jugendstrafverfahren. Heidelberg, Germany: C. F. Müller, 1988.

LANGBEIN, JOHN H. "Mixed Court and Jury Court: Could the Continental Alternative Fill the American Need?" American Bar Foundation Research Journal (1981): 195–219.

MEINBERG, VOLKER. Geringfügigkeitseinstellungen von Wirtschaftsstrafsachen. Freiburg, Germany: Eigenverlag Max-Planck-Institut für ausländisches und internationales Strafrecht, 1985.

ORTELLS RAMOS, MANUEL. El proceso penal abreviado. Granada, Spain: Comares, 1997.

PICÓ I JUNOY, JOAN. "Nuevas perspectivas sobre el alcance anulatorio de las pruebas ilícitas." Justicia (1997): 881–909.

PIZZI, WILLIAM T., and MARAFIOTI, LUCA. "The New Italian Code of Criminal Procedure: The Difficulties of Building an Adversarial Trial System on a Civil Law Foundation." Yale Law Journal of International Law 17 (1992): 1–40.

STEFANI, GASTON; LEVASSEUR, GEORGES; and BOULOC, BERNARD. Procédure pénale. 16th ed. Paris: Dalloz, 1996.

SWART, A. H. J. "The Netherlands." Criminal Procedure Systems in the European Community. Edited by Christine Van den Wyngaert. London: Butterworths, 1993. Pages 279–316.

TAK, PETER J. P. The Legal Scope of Non-Prosecution in Europe. Helsinki: Helsinki Institute for Crime Prevention and Control, 1986.

THAMAN, STEPHEN T. "Europe's New Jury Systems: The Cases of Spain and Russia." Law and Contemporary Problems 62 (1999): 233–259.

VAN DEN WYNGAERT, CHRISTINE, ed. Criminal Procedure Systems in the European Community. London: Butterworths, 1993.

VOGLER, RICHARD. "Spain." In Criminal Procedure: A Worldwide Study. Edited by Craig M. Bradley. Durham, N.C.: Carolina University Press, 1999. Pages 361–393.

VOLKMANN-SCHLUCK, THOMAS. Der spanische Strafprozess zwischen Inquisitions-und Parteiverfahren. Baden-Baden, Germany: Nomos, 1979.

WEIGEND, THOMAS. "Eine Prozessordnung für abgesprochene Urteile?" Neue Zeitschrift für Strafrecht 19 (1999): 57–63.

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