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Ronnie Bloemberg: The Development of the German Criminal Law of Evidence between 17: from the System of Legal Proofs to the freie beweiswrdigung Part 1 In this article a description is given of the development of the criminal law of evidence between 17.
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This law introduced, inter alia, new provisions for legal and administrative sanctions as well as criminal penalties which went considerably beyond such previously existing provisions.
Keywords Criminal law of evidence; free evaluation of the evidence; eighteenth and nineteenth centuries; freie Beweiswrdigung.
Reiner Mckelmann: Hitlers Saarbeauftragter Franz von Papen Franz von Papen is commonly known as the stirrup-holder for Hitlers takeover in 1933.
It is the central contention of this article that the reform of the criminal law of evidence can, to an important extent, be explained by two larger underlying ideological changes.
These new ideas derived from a change in the epistemological and the political-constitutional discourses between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries.