CRIMINALITY IN THE IRISH COURTS

CRIMINALITY IN THE IRISH COURTS

This Report has been produced for the purposes of demonstrating to 'all interested parties' the shocking levels of endemic criminality and corruption ongoing within the Irish justice system.

Author: Stephen T Manning

Publisher:

ISBN: 1906628882

Category: Law

Page: 270

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This Report has been produced for the purposes of demonstrating to 'all interested parties' the shocking levels of endemic criminality and corruption ongoing within the Irish justice system. Over a period of several years, the Integrity Ireland Association has compiled a detailed database of sworn complaints by residents of the Irish State containing incontestable evidence and proofs of deliberate, systemic, State-sponsored criminality and corruption by a broad range of Irish officials and office holders in explicit, repeat violation of Common Law and of the Irish Constitution; in breach of European Community Law; in contravention of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union (CFREU); and in open violation of internationally-recognized and agreed protocols and principles that relate to the individual's fundamental right to access justice. In particular, the Irish State appears determined NOT to allow any otherwise-legitimate cases to progress outside of the domestic jurisdiction to the European Courts, and is achieving this illicit objective through the deliberate criminal misuse and abuse of due process; through systemic obstructionism / concealing of information / refusing to engage / 'stonewalling' and documentary frauds; and is thereby denying effective access to justice. In doing so, the Irish State is not only making a nonsense and a farce of the Irish Constitution and the CFREU, but is jeopardising its membership of the European Union inasmuch as it is no longer in compliance with the Copenhagen Protocols which require that each current or prospective EU member State has, "a properly-functioning justice system" that respects, and aligns with the requirements of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU). In absolute frustration at the sheer depth and breadth of the corruption, cronyism and criminality being foisted on the Irish public with brass-necked impunity by a hierarchy of hypocrites; a cabal of connected insiders, schemers, fraudsters and grovelling lackeys; by legal tricksters, pompous and deceitful who, in their wretched scramble for 'worldly success' have abandoned all but the hollow pretence of morality, and who have cravenly prostituted themselves, most royally, for their own personal slice of the poisonous, State-sponsored pie; where 'anything goes' as long as there is profit and reward in it despite the damage and distress being caused to trusting, innocent others; and in light of the now-indisputable fact that the whole ridiculous 'truth and justice' carnival in Ireland is no more than an elaborate scam and a pretence - a sordid insider's joke - whereby career liars and moral deviants hijack the mechanisms of justice, the levers of political power and the apparatus of the State so as to serve an overarching, repugnant agenda; to foster and protect an extraordinarily corrupt status quo whilst suppressing the truth and controlling the narrative so as to continue to mislead and deceive all objective observers. Given that all efforts to secure remedies via the criminal justice system have now been exhausted, this Report is being published in alignment with the reporting obligations of the Criminal Justice Act 2011 which requires citizens to report offences, "..where there is prima facie evidence of the commission of a relevant offence". Whilst general reference is made to many historical or ongoing cases, for practical reasons, the contents of this Report refer to only one such extended case - albeit encompassing many of the criminal violations that are common to all. This publication is referenced in the founding documents of The Peoples' Tribunal of Ireland.
Categories: Law

The Courts Crime and the Criminal Law in Ireland 1692 1760

The Courts  Crime and the Criminal Law in Ireland  1692 1760

seems therefore , that whatever role the non - marginalisation of women may
have played in defining their criminality in the ... Recently it has certainly been
suggested that the male dominated Irish courts dealt comparatively leniently with
 ...

Author: Neal Garnham

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSC:32106013575185

Category: Law

Page: 309

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This book provides an overview of the entire process of criminal justice in Ireland, during the period. An examination of the criminal law and its implementation is followed by a study of the procedures and personnel of the courts. Judges and magistrates are considered along with village constables and their charges. There is also an analysis of crime as recorded by the courts. Offences of theft, murder, rape and riot are taken alongside pilfering and petty assaults. Finally the work examines the ways in which the legal system actually functioned and the role of the law in Irish society. Fundamental questions are asked and answered concerning the status of the law and the ways in which it was perceived by the people. This book offers new insight into the workings of eighteenth-century society. In doing so it challenges many of the preconceptions held by historians and the public alike.
Categories: Law

Court of Queen s Bench Ireland

Court of Queen s Bench Ireland

The crime does not consist in the success , but in the existence of a criminal
intention , in which two or more combine to carry out the common design . The
paper reaching the hands of a soldier , would be an overt act of the parties who
acted ...

Author: Daniel O'Connell

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:N10983289

Category: Ireland

Page: 987

View: 315

Categories: Ireland

United States Congressional Serial Set

United States Congressional Serial Set

In particular , this Article will preclude United States courts from reviewing
Ireland's jurisdiction to prosecute certain ... of Ireland which Ireland has
jurisdiction to prosecute under its Criminal Law ( Jurisdiction ) Act of 1976 , and
Irish courts from ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015087618271

Category: United States

Page:

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Categories: United States

THE PEOPLES TRIBUNAL OF IRELAND

THE PEOPLES TRIBUNAL OF IRELAND

The first version of the Official Handbook of the Peoples Tribunal of Ireland containing its foundation principles, its constitution and rules, its structure and staffing, the legal arguments for its inception, as well as being a user's ...

Author: Stephen T Manning

Publisher:

ISBN: 1906628912

Category: Law

Page: 104

View: 894

Categories: Law

A Digest of the Reported Decisions of the Superior Courts

A Digest of the Reported Decisions of the Superior Courts

Relating to Petty Sessions in Ireland S. Shannon Millin ... in any criminal con “
The law appears to me to be settled spiracy now punishable by law , to compel
that the direct object of the agreement or induce any person or persons , either
must ...

Author: S. Shannon Millin

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:HL4MI5

Category: Law reports, digests, etc

Page: 185

View: 308

Categories: Law reports, digests, etc

Cases Chiefly Relating to the Criminal and Presentment Law

Cases  Chiefly Relating to the Criminal and Presentment Law

Reserved for Consideration, and Decided by the Twelve Judges of Ireland, from
May, 1822 to November, 1840 Ireland. Court for Crown Cases Reserved, Robert
Jebb John William Wallace. who received said ammunition must also have ...

Author: Ireland. Court for Crown Cases Reserved

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:N11090570

Category: Criminal law

Page: 443

View: 815

Categories: Criminal law

Crime Police and the Courts in British History

Crime  Police  and the Courts in British History

Even the rationale of criminal justice showed the effects of the English political
failure . ... or as common felonies , contemporary observers were repeatedly
frustrated in trying to apply common law definitions of criminality to the Irish scene
.

Author: Louis A. Knafla

Publisher: Westport, CT : Meckler

ISBN: STANFORD:36105044335680

Category: Criminal justice, Administration of

Page: 336

View: 777

Categories: Criminal justice, Administration of

Irish Law Reports

Irish Law Reports

... Argued and Determined in the Courts of Queen's Bench, Common Pleas, and
Exchequer in Ireland. third series of 'the ... from the record the substance THE
QUEEN of that charge , which is thus said to involve no criminality whatever , in it
.

Author: Ireland. Court of King's Bench

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:HL54JO

Category: Law reports, digests, etc

Page:

View: 312

Categories: Law reports, digests, etc

The Digest of English Case Law

The Digest of English Case Law

Containing the Reported Decisions of the Superior Courts, and a Selection from
Those of the Irish Courts [from 1557] to the End of 1897 John Mews. would
constitute a criminal offence , over which Costs . ] - Although the judgment in the
court ...

Author: John Mews

Publisher:

ISBN: PRNC:32101047904642

Category:

Page:

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The Parliamentary Debates

The Parliamentary Debates

Gentle- pass the Crimes Act . If Irish sources of man not saying much about
information were good enough for the ... to the execuof the Executive was not
pronounced tion both of writs of the Superior Courts against me , but it was
pronounced ...

Author: Great Britain. Parliament

Publisher:

ISBN: MSU:31293020776104

Category: Great Britain

Page:

View: 580

Categories: Great Britain

The Irish Student Law Review

The Irish Student Law Review

The focus is on English authorities on corporate criminality . The criminal
character of a company has been referred to in passing in a number of Irish
cases but has yet to be examined in depth by the Irish courts . The background to
corporate ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B5155996

Category: Law

Page:

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Categories: Law

The Presumption of Innocence in Irish Criminal Law

The Presumption of Innocence in Irish Criminal Law

NOTES 1 Paul Ward was convicted as an accessory before the fact to Ms Guerin '
s murder by the Special Criminal Court on 27 November 1998 . He received a life
sentence . His conviction , however , was subsequently overturned on 22 ...

Author: Claire Hamilton (Barrister)

Publisher:

ISBN: IND:30000116860028

Category: History

Page: 252

View: 634

The right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty has been described as the 'golden thread' running through the web of English criminal law and a "fundamental postulate" of Irish criminal law which enjoys constitutional protection. Reflecting on the bail laws in the O'Callaghan case, Walsh J. described the presumption as a 'very real thing and not simply a procedural rule taking effect only at the trial'. The purpose of this book is to consider whether the reality matches the rhetoric surrounding this central precept of our criminal law and to consider its efficacy in the light of recent or proposed legislative innovations. Considerable space is devoted to the anti-crime package introduced by the government in the period of heightened concern about crime which followed the murder of journalist Veronica Guerin. Described by the Bar Council as "the most radical single package of alterations to Irish criminal law and procedure ever put together, " the effect of the package was an amendment of the bail laws and the introduction of preventative detention; a curtailment of the right to silence for those charged with serious drugs offences and the introduction of a novel civil forfeiture process to facilitate the seizure of the proceeds of crime, a development which arguably circumvents the presumption. Given these developments, the question posed in the book is whether we can lay claim to a presumption that is more than merely theoretical or illusory.
Categories: History

American Criminal Reports

American Criminal Reports

A Series Designed to Contain the Latest and Most Important Criminal Cases
Determined in the Federal and State Courts in the United States, as Well as
Selected Cases, Important to American Lawyers, from the English, Irish, Scotch
and ...

Author: John Gardner Hawley

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105061331695

Category: Criminal law

Page:

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Categories: Criminal law

American Criminal Reports

American Criminal Reports

A Series Designed to Contain the Latest and Most Important Criminal Cases
Determined in the Federal and State Courts in the United States, as Well as
Selected Cases, Important to American Lawyers, from the English, Irish, Scotch
and ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B3000006

Category: Courts

Page:

View: 224

Categories: Courts

The journal of criminal law

The journal of criminal law

property . The court referred to M v 0 , 41 an Irish case where an order requiring
an individual to make an affidavit disclosing his assets was being challenged ,
where Moriarty J said : It seems to me that I am clearly entitled to take notice of
the ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B5155843

Category:

Page:

View: 701

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International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice

International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice

Irish courts took the approach that indemnified potential sureties were unreliable
and should be rejected by courts . Where all potential sureties were indemnified ,
bail should be denied . In England courts declared agreements to indemnify ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: OSU:32435050308170

Category: Crime

Page:

View: 680

Categories: Crime

Irish Economic and Social History

Irish Economic and Social History

30 Neal Garnham has suggested a not totally dissimilar picture for
eighteenthcentury female criminality . Again few women appear in the surviving
Irish court records , though by this stage their numbers are more comparable to
levels in ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105122750008

Category: Ireland

Page:

View: 843

Categories: Ireland

The Irish Law Times Reports

The Irish Law Times Reports

Comprising Cases Argued and Decided in the Courts of Justice in All Ireland ...
The four counts of the indict . ment were ( a ) the common plan or conspiracy to
commit crimes against peace , war crimes and crimes against humanity , ( b ) ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105062915215

Category:

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