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Zur Stellung des Richters im Frühkonstitutionalismus

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The position of judges in the early constitutionalist era. – In the first two decades of the nineteenth century, the Southern German states complete their transition to a largely independent judicial system, which is reflected in the constitutions of the early constitutionalist era. Different lines of development can be seen to converge: the strengthening and establishment of a judicial system uninfluenced by politics in contrast to its former role as governing instrument in the second half of the eighteenth century, German Enlightenment thought and last but not least the strong influence exercised by Napoleonic France. The Southern German states could not lag behind all of this, even after 1815.


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