The criminal justice approach: Case examples

Beatrix Elsner, Marcelo Aebi, Bruno Aubusson De Cavarlay, Gwladys Gillieron, Hakan Hakeri, Jörg Martin Jehle, Martin Killias, Christopher Lewis, Julia Peters, Erika Roth, Paul Smit, Piotr Sobota, Ksenjia Turkovic, Marianne Wade, Josef Zila

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The article presents a special form of a European comparative synopsis. For this case examples have been chosen ranging from administrative or minor (criminal) offences to increasingly serious offences and offenders. In this way it can be comparatively demonstrated how the criminal justice systems studied handle specific cases and whether they do so in a similar or different way. © 2008 Springer Science+Business Media B.V.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)123-132
JournalEuropean Journal on Criminal Policy and Research
Issue number2-3
Publication statusPublished - 1 Sep 2008


  • Case-examples
  • Procedure and reaction
  • Synoptical tables
  • Types of offence


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