This article will examine the legislative scheme under the Criminal Procedure Act 1993 and the case law thereon dealing with miscarriages of justice in Ireland. The article will suggest deficiencies in the jurisprudence and potential areas of expansion and will conclude by also suggesting legislative and constitutional reforms that would better aid the unearthing of miscarriages of justice.
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