Access to justice in civil and criminal proceedings: the barriers facing persons with an intellectual disability

Deirdre Carroll


This paper critically considers key issues pertaining to the experiences of people with intellectual disabilities when engaged in civil and criminal proceedings. From an organisational perspective, these matters are explored in detail through an overview of case studies drawing upon Inclusion Ireland’s experience.

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