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National Security Law in Ireland

By: Eoin O'Connor Associate editor: Michael Lynn
Media of National Security Law in Ireland
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Published: 31-01-2019
Format: Hardback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 392
ISBN: 9781784519162
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions: 248 x 156 mm
RRP : £140.00
 

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About National Security Law in Ireland

National security is becoming a global preoccupation. It drives some of the most important political discussions of today, and is increasingly present in public concerns. From a legal perspective, national security is becoming increasingly relevant in the fields of immigration and asylum law and media law in that can affect newspapers' ability to publish stories which concern national security issues.

National Security Law in Ireland is the first book of its kind to provide an in-depth examination of the Irish laws concerning national security, in the context of the criminal trial. It covers a wide range of topics such as entrapment, surveillance and interception, the handling of informers, and the constitutional aspects of national security.

Distinguishing features of the book include a detailed analysis of the Witness Protection Programme, an examination of recent judgments of the Superior Courts on deportation and naturalisation in relation to national security, as well as the most comprehensive examination of the origins of informer privilege and its development in Irish law to date.

This book will be ideal for barristers and solicitors working in the areas of criminal law, asylum/refugee law and judicial review, as well as for those working in the Chief State Solicitor's Office, the Attorney General's Office, the Department of Justice, An Garda Síochána, and the Defence Forces.

Eoin O'Connor is a practising barrister. He was called to the Bar in 2008 and began practising in 2009. In 2015 he was awarded his PhD which examined how informer privilege affected the right to a fair trial. In addition, he is an adjunct assistant professor in the Law School of Trinity College Dublin.

Table Of Contents

Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Informer Privilege: Its Origins and Development
Chapter 3. The Right to a Fair Trial and the Use of Informer Privilege
Chapter 4. 'Special Crime', Informer Privilege and Confrontation
Chapter 5. Informers and 'Ordinary' Crime
Chapter 6. Special Measures for Informers as Witnesses
Chapter 7. Informer Handling
Chapter 8. Entrapment and Agents Provocateurs
Chapter 9. Informers and the Witness Protection Programme in Ireland
Chapter 10. Mass Surveillance: Privacy Versus National Security
Chapter 11. Immigration and National Security
Chapter 12. Right to Pre-trial Legal Advice and the ECHR

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