Criminal Law, Self-Promotion, Soering, Uncategorized

A Short Jens Söring FAQ About Me and My Motivations

I've been getting lots of inquiries about who I am and why I have written so extensively about the Jens Söring case. So here's a FAQ. 1. Why do you hate Jens Söring? I don't. I've never met Söring, and I doubt I ever will. He strikes me as intelligent and articulate, with many positive… Continue reading A Short Jens Söring FAQ About Me and My Motivations

Criminal Law, Evidence, Murder, Police and Prosecutors, Self-Promotion, Soering

A New Report about the Söring Case

Jens Söring returned home to Germany on December 17. He was greeted by a throng of reporters and supporters at the airport at Frankfurt am Main. He gave a very short statement thanking his supporters and stating that, for the time being, he wanted to focus on adjusting to life in freedom in Germany. I… Continue reading A New Report about the Söring Case

Criminal Law, Murder, Police and Prosecutors, Self-Promotion, Soering

The “One Article to Read” About Jens Söring

My long piece about Jens Söring in the FAZ has fortunately produced no shitstorms, but instead favorable commentary, for which I'm grateful. In fact, a columnist for the German media website Meedia titled a weekly roundup of media news: "If you read just one article about the Jens Söring case, please make it this one… Continue reading The “One Article to Read” About Jens Söring

Criminal Law, Murder, Police and Prosecutors, Self-Promotion, Soering

Jens Soering Freed by Virginia Parole Board at Same Time my FAZ Article is Published

For the past few months on and off, I've been researching the case of Jens Soering (or Söring, in the proper German spelling we're going to need to get used to). He claims to be innocent of the 1985 double-murder he is in prison in Virginia for, but the more I looked into the case,… Continue reading Jens Soering Freed by Virginia Parole Board at Same Time my FAZ Article is Published

Comparative Law, Self-Promotion, Translation

FAZ Reviews My Translation of Uwe Kischel’s ‘Comparative Law’

I recently had the honor of translating Comparative Law by Uwe Kischel for Oxford University Press. The book received glowing reviews in the German press, and, after being published earlier this year, also in the English-speaking press. The FAZ recently reviewed (g, paywall) my English translation, and had this to say (my translation): The book does… Continue reading FAZ Reviews My Translation of Uwe Kischel’s ‘Comparative Law’