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The History and Development of the Special Criminal Court 1922-2014

By: Fergal F Davis
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Published: 30-06-2014
Format: EPUB eBook (?)
Edition: 2nd
Extent: 258
ISBN: 9781780434780
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
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About The History and Development of the Special Criminal Court 1922-2014

The History and Development of the Special Criminal Court 1922-2014 comprehensively examines the development of the Special Criminal Court from 1922 to the present day in Ireland. It contains extensive analysis of the right to trial by jury, the recent use of the Court in gang-related cases as well as covering new legislation.

Contents:

1 Trial by jury;
2 From military tribunals to the Special Criminal Court;
3 Constitutional review and the Offences Against the State Act;
4 The Emergency, 1939–1946;
5 Whither the Special Criminal Court, 1946–1962?;
6 1969–1972: Countdown to the Special Criminal Court;
7 The re-introduction of the Special Criminal Court;
8 The Special Criminal Court under review;
9 Recent developments;
10 Conclusion – The Special Criminal Court, 1922–2014;
APPENDIX 1;
APPENDIX 2;
APPENDIX 3;
BIBLIOGRAPHY;
TABLE OF LEGISLATION;
TABLE OF CASES.

Table Of Contents

1 Trial by jury;
2 From military tribunals to the Special Criminal Court;
3 Constitutional review and the Offences Against the State Act;
4 The Emergency, 1939–1946;
5 Whither the Special Criminal Court, 1946–1962?;
6 1969–1972: Countdown to the Special Criminal Court;
7 The re-introduction of the Special Criminal Court;
8 The Special Criminal Court under review;
9 Recent developments;
10 Conclusion – The Special Criminal Court, 1922–2014;
APPENDIX 1;
APPENDIX 2;
APPENDIX 3;
BIBLIOGRAPHY;
TABLE OF LEGISLATION;
TABLE OF CASES.

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