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""Criminal Law in Denmark"" is a thorough examination of Danish Criminal law and Criminal Procedure targeted at the international reader. This new edition fully updated as of January 2003. A comprehensive introduction to the Danish legal system and tradition is provided as a framework for the understanding of Criminal Law in Denmark. The emphasis of the publication is on areas where the Danish Criminal law and procedure differ from other countries. Apart from introduction and historical background, the book is divided into three main sections: Substantive Criminal Law, which covers all disciplines of the criminal law. Criminal Procedure, which is presented according to the stages of the penal process. Execution of sanctions. The authors are Lars Bo Langsted, Professor at the University of Aalborg, Peter Garde, Judge at the Criminal Court of Hillerod and Vagn Greve, Professor at the University of Copenhagen. The book was originally published as a monograph in the International Encyclopaedia of Laws.