View Full Version : German and Swedish law question

03-20-2013, 11:35 AM
Hello there folks.

I'm aware this is incredibly off top even for the off topic forum, but I need your help. I decided to try here first because there's a good number of europeans into TBS.

I'm a law student in Brazil. Recently I got involved in a project in compared law, specifically about sexual dignity crimes.

What I need, specifically, is a totally literal translation of the article description of the rape conduct from the German and Swedish penal law.

If something needs to be explained about how it's applied and jurisprudence, it would be a big help. Using latin terms - "stricto sensu", "in dubio pro reo", "in dubio pro societatis", etc - is totally ok.

So, if someone can kindly help me, it would be greatly appreciated :)

Thanks in advance for your time!

p.s.: The law from other countries also interest me. So, if you can translate that article to english to me I'll also be very pleased. I need german and swedish because it's already in my academic research acceptance documents, but the more, the merrier!