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Criminal Procedure: Comparative Aspects

Purposes And Problems, Two Models Of The Criminal Process, Investigation, Control Of Police, Prosecution

In the light of growing dissatisfaction with the realities of American criminal procedure, the criminal process of foreign countries has since the 1970s attracted growing interest among American scholars. They have sought possible models for domestic reform not only in other jurisdictions of the common law family but also in continental Europe, where the criminal process has followed a format quite different from the Anglo-American tradition.

THOMAS WEIGEND

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