Constitutional complaint in criminal law

Fundamental rights are of particular importance in criminal law. Any sentence will interfere with the rights of the convicted person – whether in the form of financial penalties or imprisonment.

Often, the question will also arise as to whether a particular act, which the criminal code prohibits, must be allowed because of the basic rights. This may even go so far that a whole criminal law can be unconstitutional and thus void.

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