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Category Archives: 2011 Volume 2 Issue 1
The Hon. Mr. Justice Adrian Hardiman Volume_2_Issue_1_Article 1
Dr. Mary Rogan Volume_2_Issue_1_Article_5 Civil orders which take effect after a person has been released from a sentence of imprisonment have become more common features of Irish law. Despite representing a major departure from the principle that when a person … Continue reading
Dr. Michael Naughton IJLS_Vol_2_Issue_1_Article_4 This article argues, contrary to a straightforward reading, that the presumption of innocence and accompanying principles – the burden of proof on the prosecution to prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt – acts in reality … Continue reading
Dr. C. Hamilton Volume_2_Issue_1_Article_2 The existence of four contemporary threats to the presumption of innocence in England and Wales has been posited by Ashworth. The aim of this article is to take stock of the law in the Republic of … Continue reading