Talk:Comparative law and justice/Germany

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You're doing ok so far, you just need to push yourself a little further with this project. Germany is one of the countries for which comparative law information is most widely and easily accessible, so you really won't have any excuse to not do your absolute best here. Make sure that you've got all the required information for every section, and fix up your writing and citations a bit. You've also not yet signed your page.

Mlarthur 21:22, 20 October 2010 (UTC)

Some must-read sentences from the article:

  • Germany has a population of 82,329,758 as of July 2010, making it slightly smaller than the state of Montana.
  • During the midst of World War II, Germany was under communist rule of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party
  • The courts are trying to find your innocent because you are first presumed guilty.
  • Migrants are restricted to health care, judicial remedies, and education for their children.

Funny... 09:11, 29 December 2010 (UTC)

:-)   You're highly welcome to correct this nonsense. Wutsje 09:13, 29 December 2010 (UTC)