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  • [[Category:Former members of the German Bundestag]] [[Category:German lawyers]]
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  • ...alifornia]]. His father was of Scotch-Irish ancestry and his mother was of German, English, and Irish ancestry.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.archives.com/g [[Category:American lawyers]]
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  • '''Andreas Bernd Baader''' (6 May 1943-18 October 1977) was a [[Germany|German]] [[terrorist]]. ...ssible in stop searches for things that might be smuggled in; at this time lawyers and defendants were not separated by panes of glass during unsupervised mee
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  • ...ürttemberg]] - 9 March 1988 in [[Tübingen]]-Bebenhausen) was a [[Germany|German]] politician. [[Category:Former members of the German Bundestag]]
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  • ...with a citizen of the destination country. For example, a [[German people|German]] woman who wishes to marry an American man would obtain a Fiancee Visa (al ...nt among countries. As such, aliens are advised to check with immigration lawyers for visa and immigration laws governing the countries they wish to enter an
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  • ...aiting for the removal of the video. The ban was criticized a lot. YouTube lawyers sent proof of removal to court and users could access the website again on | [[German language|German]]
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  • | nationality = German ...cker.ogg|listen}} (15 April 1920 &ndash; 31 January 2015) was a [[Germany|German]] politician, and a member of the [[Christian Democratic Union of Germany|C
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  • ...''Bundesgerichtshof''' (''Federal Court of Justice'') (BGH) is the highest German court for civil and criminal law. It is one of the six<ref>[http://www.bver ...'' in [[Leipzig]]. The idea was to move all of the court there after the [[German Reunification|reunification]]. The judges did not want to move so instead o
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  • ...they changed the [[Czech language|Czech]] Slavic name of "Zajtich" to the German "Seyß-Inquart". Seyß-Inquart later studied [[law]] at the [[University of ...klas]]. Hitler's plan was to have Seyß-Inquart send a telegram asking for German help to stop riots, but President Miklas did not make Seyß-Inquart chancel
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  • Judges are not chosen from practicing lawyers, as in the UK and USA. Instead being a judge is a separate career {{German courts}}
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  • ...ernandez ( of Spanish descent) a bus driver, and Ofelia Esther Wilhelm (of German descent).<ref>[http://persona.rin.ru/eng/view/0/37848/cristina-fernández-d [[Category:Lawyers]]
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  • | order2 = [[Reich President|President of the German Reich]] (acting) '''Hans Luther''' (10 March 1879 – 11 May 1962) was a [[Germans|German]] politician. He was among others [[Chancellor of Germany]].
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  • ...Dietrich Genscher''' (21 March 1927 &ndash; 31 March 2016) was a [[Germans|German]] [[politician]]. ...]] and [[law]] in Halle and [[Leipzig]]. He joined the [[East Germany|East German]] [[Liberal Democratic Party of Germany|Liberal Democratic Party]] (LDPD) i
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  • '''Hans-Christian Ströbele''' (7 June 1939 in [[Halle]]) is a [[Germany|German]] politician and lawyer. He was one of the lawyers of the [[Rote Armee Fraktion]] (RAF) terrorists in the [[Stammheim trial]].
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  • .... (the J.D. is listed among other doctorate degrees).</ref> which prepares lawyers for their profession. It is the primary law degree in the [[United States]
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  • |birth_place = [[Alsenz]], [[Kingdom of Bavaria]], [[German Empire]] |nationality = [[Germans|German]]
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  • ...st 1881 in [[Regensburg]] - 29 January 1941 in [[Berlin]]) was a [[Germany|German]] jurist and [[politician]]. Between 1932 and 1941 he was the [[minister]] [[Category:German judges]]
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  • | nationality = German | birth_place = [[Karlsruhe]], [[Grand Duchy of Baden|Baden]], [[German Empire|Germany]]
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  • ...do Westerwelle''' (27 December 1961 &ndash; 18 March 2016) was a [[Germans|German]] [[politician]]. He was [[Foreign Office of Germany|Foreign Minister]] an ...he became a politician. From 1994 to 2001 he was secretary general of the German liberal party, the Freie Demokratische Partei ([[Free Democratic Party (Ger
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  • ...egal means, but the king was obliged to go ahead with it or risk the vital German alliance. The king's marriage to Anne of Cleves was a disaster for Cromwell [[Category:Lawyers]]
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