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Dre Franziska Hohl Zürcher

Postdoctorante FNS
Projet de recherche Intercepter avec des interprètes dirigé par la Prof. Capus

Franziska.Hohl@unine.ch

Franziska Hohl is sociologist and postdoctoral researcher in the interdisciplinary research project „Intercepting with interpreters“ that is funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (project no. 184896) and directed by Prof. Nadja Capus (Chair of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure). Within this project, she is interested in the everyday working practices of police officers and interceptive interpreters as well as the construction of case files and documents such as written evidence.

Between 2012 and 2017, Franziska Hohl worked as doctoral assistant in the research project „The changing face of criminal trial“ that was conducted at the Law faculty of the University of Basel and was also managed by Prof. Nadja Capus and funded by the SNSF (project no. 133774 and 159274). Based on this employment, her doctoral thesis was about the impact of different styles of written records of investigative interviews on the perception of the written statements by Swiss criminal law judges (accepted by the University of Bern in November 2021).

Franziska Hohl holds a Lizentiat/licence (lic. phil.) in Sociology, History and Arabic language and literaure as well as a Bachelor of Business Administration. Earlier, she was engaged in different positions at the University of Zürich, public institutions and private corporations.

(forthcoming) Einvernahmeprotokolle lesen: Eine wissenssoziologische Untersuchung zur Rezeption von Einvernahmeprotokollen in schweizerischen Strafverfahren (Dissertation)

(2017) with Nadja Capus and Mirjam Stoll. Korrekturen in polizeilichen Vernehmungsprotokollen: Ein Risiko für die Verteidigung. Monatsschrift für Kriminologie und Strafrechtsreform 100: 147-160.

(2016) with Nadja Capus and Stefan Mundhaas. Physische und verbale Übergriffe auf die Polizei. Empirische Erkenntnisse zu den Viktimisierungserfahrungen der Luzerner Sicherheitspolizei. forum poenale 6/2016: 357-365.

(2014) with Nadja Capus. Einvernahmeprotokolle: Der Stil beeinflusst die Richter. Plädoyer (32): 30-35.

(2017) The interpreter: A disadvantage for foreign-language suspects in criminal proceedings, Posterpräsentation an der Interdisziplinären Tagung organisiert vom Schweizer Netzwerk für Diskriminierungsforschung (SNDF), Bern, 3.11.2017

(2016) Does lay participation in court affect the perception of statement credibility and suspect credibility? Insights from an empirical study with Swiss criminal law judges, Vortrag an der Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Münster (Deutschland), 22.9.2016

(2016) Rather a lay judge than a professional judge? Effects of legal education and judicial experience on the perception of credibility in criminal trials, Vortrag am JDMx 2016 meeting (Internationale Konferenz für Nachwuchsforschende), Basel, 10.6.2016

(2014) Impact and Effects of Police Records in Criminal Law Procedures, Vortrag am Symposium Recording in the Criminal Justice Process. Text, Sound, Image, Amsterdam (Holland) (mit Einleitung von Nadja Capus), 2.12.2014