This book is set out in a clear and user friendly style which will make access to and sourcing definitions in the criminal code easy and efficient.
Author: Tim Bracken | ISBN: 978-1-905536-29-0 | Format: Paper Back | Pages: approx 450
Price: €99 | Published 16 April 2010
Irish criminal law is predominantly statute based. Searching for an exact definition, a particular source or a point of law can be time consuming, even when using the extensive electronic resources available.
The Irish criminal law code contains hundreds of definitions, some of which are particular to a section of an Act and some which are particular to the whole Act. The definitions are not always generic so a definition in one Act may not be applicable in another. Criminal Definitions is designed as a tool to provide the legal practitioner with instant access to those difficult to find criminal law definitions. This book is set out in a clear and user friendly style which will make access to and sourcing definitions in the criminal code easy and efficient.
About the Author
Tim Bracken is a practising barrister.
- Criminal Assets
- Drugs, Money Laundering and Customs
- Firearms and Explosives
- Human Rights
- Human Trafficking
- Legal Aid
- Offences against the Person and Public Order
- Offences against the State
- Practice and Procedure
- Property and Criminal Damage
- Sexual Offences