Human Rights in Ireland 2006

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Title: Human Rights in Ireland 2006
Authors: Mullally, SiobhanDe Londras, FionaO'Donovan, DarrenThornton, Liam
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Date: Jan-2008
Online since: 2013-09-12T09:01:06Z
Abstract: 2006 saw a significant number of changes to the criminal law in Ireland with human rights law and a changing system of criminal justice increasingly coming into conflict. These changes culminated with the appointment, during 2006, of a Criminal Law Review Group, mandated to assess whether a ‘rebalancing’ of rights was needed as between victim and accused in the Irish legal system. Much of the ‘rebalancing’ agenda had already borne fruit in legislative changes introduced throughout the year.
Type of material: Journal Article
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Volume: 1
Start page: 313
End page: 329
Keywords: Criminal lawIrish legal system
Language: en
Status of Item: Peer reviewed
Appears in Collections:Law Research Collection

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