Kay Nehm

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Kay Nehm (born 4 May 1941 in Flensburg) is a German lawyer. He served as Attorney General of Germany from 7 February 1994 until 31 May 2006.[1]

He studied law at LMU, the University of Freiburg and the University of Kiel. He was appointed a federal judge at the Federal Court of Justice in 1991. As an Attorney General, he sometimes took politically unpopular but legally stringent decisions.

Publications[edit]

  • Straflose Straftaten? Zur Rettung verfassungswidriger Strafgesetze durch Absehen von Strafe (Vortrag vom 17. February 1997), Heidelberg 1999. ISBN 3-8114-9599-2
  • Die Zuständigkeit des Generalbundesanwalts für die Verfolgung extremistischer Einzeltäter (Vortrag vom 8. Mai 2001), München 2002. ISBN 3-406-48632-0
  • Das nachrichtendienstliche Trennungsgebot und die neue Sicherheitsarchitektur, in: NJW 2004, S. 3289 bis 3295.

References[edit]

Legal offices
Preceded by
Alexander von Stahl
Attorney General of Germany
1994-2006
Succeeded by
Monika Harms