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020 |a 978-3-030-12520-2 
100 1 |a Gless, Sabine 
245 0 0 |a Do Exclusionary Rules Ensure a Fair Trial?  |h Elektronische Ressource  |b A Comparative Perspective on Evidentiary Rules 
260 |a Cham  |b Springer Nature  |c 2019 
300 |a 1 electronic resource (380 p.) 
653 |a thema EDItEUR::L Law::LN Laws of specific jurisdictions and specific areas of law::LNF Criminal law: procedure and offences 
653 |a Human rights 
653 |a Criminal law 
653 |a thema EDItEUR::J Society and Social Sciences::JP Politics and government 
653 |a Criminal justice, Administration of 
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653 |a International criminal law 
653 |a Social justice 
653 |a thema EDItEUR::L Law::LB International law 
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653 |a Conflict of laws 
653 |a Private international law 
653 |a Law 
700 1 |a Richter, Thomas 
700 1 |a Gless, Sabine 
700 1 |a Richter, Thomas 
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490 0 |a Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice 
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520 |a This open access publication discusses exclusionary rules in different criminal justice systems. It is based on the findings of a research project in comparative law with a focus on the question of whether or not a fair trial can be secured through evidence exclusion. Part I explains the legal framework in which exclusionary rules function in six legal systems: Germany, Switzerland, People's Republic of China, Taiwan, Singapore, and the United States. Part II is dedicated to selected issues identified as crucial for the assessment of exclusionary rules. These chapters highlight the delicate balance of interests required in the exclusion of potentially relevant information from a criminal trial and discusses possible approaches to alleviate the legal hurdles involved. ;