Courts of Denmark
The judicial court system of the Kingdom of Denmark is not a single body – Denmark has one system, Greenland another, and the Faroe Islands a third. However, decisions by the highest courts in Greenla...
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Supreme Court of Denmark
The Supreme Court of Denmark (Danish: Højesteret, lit. Highest Court) is the supreme court and the third and final instance in all civil and criminal cases in Denmark. It is based at Christiansbor...
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Censorship in Denmark
Censorship in Denmark has been prohibited since 1849 by the Constitution:This effectively means that published material does not need prior acceptance from a censor before being released, also known a...
Crime in Denmark
Crime in Denmark is combated by the Danish Police and other agencies.
Glostrup, a blue-collar suburb in Copenhagen ranked as the most violent place in Denmark in 2009. The place with the fewest in...
Law enforcement in Denmark
Law enforcement in Denmark is handled by a number of organisations, under the resort of various ministries:
Sovereignty Act
The Sovereignty Act or the Absolute and Hereditary Monarchy Act (Danish: Suverænitetsakten or Enevoldsarveregeringsakten; Norwegian: Enevoldsarveregjeringsakten or sometimes even Suverenitetsa...
North Korean abductions of Japanese citizens
The abductions of Japanese citizens from Japan by agents of the North Korean government happened during a period of six years from 1977 to 1983. Although only 17 Japanese (eight men and nine women) ar...
North Korean abductions of Japanese citizens - Wikipedia
Norwegian Code
The Norwegian Code (Norwegian: Norske Lov, abbreviated NL) is the oldest part of the Norwegian law still in force, partially in force in Norway, Iceland, and the Faroe Islands. It was given by Chr...
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Danish Maastricht Treaty referendum, 1993
A second referendum on the Maastricht Treaty was held in Denmark on 18 May 1993. After rejecting the treaty in a referendum the previous year, this time it was approved by 56.7% of voters with an 86.5...
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Advokat
Advokat (in English, advocate) is the title in the Scandinavian languages reserved exclusively for lawyers who are duly authorized to practice law in Scandinavia and Finland.
Authorization to prac...
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Corruption in Denmark
Corruption in Denmark is examined on this page.
According to the Corruption Perceptions Index 2012 from Transparency International, Denmark together with Finland and New Zealand, are the World's m...
Danish Press Council
Danish Press Council (Danish: Pressenævnet) is a Danish independent public tribunal press council under the Ministry of Justice, established pursuant to the Danish Media Liability Act of 1 January...
Danish Code
Danske Lov (English: Danish Code) is the title of a Danish statute book from 1683, that previously formed the basis for the Danish legislation. Even though it is mainly a compilation of older, regiona...
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Plesner (law firm)
Plesner is a full-service law firm specializing in commercial law . It is based in central Copenhagen and as of 2013 maintains a staff of some 380 employees.
Plesner traces its history back to a l...