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Wahlberg, Wilhelm Emil


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Wilhelm Emil Wahlberg, photo, around 1880



Wahlberg, Wilhelm Emil, b. Prague (Czech Republic), July 4, 1824, d. Vienna, Jan. 31, 1901, criminal law scholar. Advocate of university autonomy. University Professor, member of the State Court and of the Penal Law Commission. As one of the founders of the subjective viewpoint of penal law, he focused on the criminal and saw punishment as a means of deterrence, prevention, improvement or protection.


Publications: Die Ehrenfolgen der strafgerichtlichen Verurteilung, 1864; Das Prinzip der Individualisierung in der Strafrechtspflege, 1869; Kritik der Reichsstrafprozeßordnung, 1873; Gesammelte kleinere Schriften, 3 vols., 1875-1882.

Literature: W. Brauneder (ed.), Juristen in Österreich, 1987.


 
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