StPOStrafprozessordnung (German: code of criminal procedure)
StPOSewage Treatment Plant Operator
StPOStrategic Targets Product Office
StPOSpace-Time Power Optimization
StPOShort-Term Power Output (exercise)
StPOSpatial-Temporal Potentials Organization
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(49.) StPO [section] 96; ULRICH SOMMER, EFFEKTIVE STRAFVERTEIDIGUNG 149 (2011); Hegmann, Beck'scher Online-Kommentar StPO [section] 110b, Rn.
5; Tobias Singelnstein & Peer Stolle, Volkerstrafrecht und Legalitatsprinzip-- Klageerzwingungsverfahren bei Opportunitgitseinstellungen und Auslegung des [section] 153f StPO, 1 ZEITSCHRIFT FOR INTERNATIONALE STRAFRECHTSDOGMATIK 120 (2006).
(259.) [section] 66 STGB (describing prerequisites for Sicherungsverwahrung); [section] 246a STPO (requiring expert assessment prior to judicial decision on Sicherungsverwahrung); see Kinzig, Die Praxis, supra note 159, at 137-49.
For a comparative analysis of the German StPO, see Richard S.
The district court referred to Section 15 of the Criminal Procedure Code (StPO), which dates from the 19th century.
(30.) See StPO [sections] 126, [paragraph] 1 (1979), GBI.
According to sections 136 I, 163a III StPO, "[s]uspects have an unqualified right to remain silent, and must be informed of this right, as well as of the charges against them at the very beginning of each [prosecutorial or police] interrogation." (199) If an interrogator fails to inform the suspect of his or her right, the testimony will be excluded from trial unless the suspect was aware of the right.