The focus of this work is the development and content analysis of the draft of 1922, also known as the “Radbruch Draft”, which refers to the draft's central author, the German Reich's Minister of Justice, Gustav Radbruch. The core issues focused on in this reformative work, which distinguishes it from the previous draft of 1919, were the pursuit to eliminate “police injustice” and “anti-social behavior” from the Criminal Code, revision of the penal system, the enhancement of judicial discretionary powers and the “exchange” of penalties and preventative detention, a new emphasis on the principle of the guilt as well as the decriminalization efforts in the special part of the Code.
Friederike Goltsche, Hagen.
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