Based on a series of papers presented at the Criminal Law Update conference held in Trinity College Dublin on 19 November 2011, Criminal Law and Procedure Review 2012 follows on from Criminal Law and Procedure: Current Issues and Emerging Trends (Dublin: First Law, 2009) and Criminal Law and Procedure Review (Dublin: First Law, 2011).
This edition is edited by Ivana Bacik and Liz Heffernan, with an introductory note by James MacGuill, MacGuill Solicitors, Dublin and Dundalk. The articles cover a range of issues, which will be of interest to both academics and practitioners:
- There is such a thing as Bad Publicity: Modern Media Coverage and the Right to a Fair TrialYvonne Marie Daly
- Interviewing Suspects in Detention: The Changing LandscapeÚna Ní Raifeartaigh
- What Recent Drink Driving Cases Reveal About the State of Irish Criminal LawPaul Anthony McDermott
- Expert Evidence: The Law Reform Commission’s Proposed Reliability TestLiz Heffernan
- Does the Court Need to Look Beyond the Reliability of the Test?Sheila Willis
- An Emerging EU Criminal Process?Dermot P. Walsh
- Remedial Sentencing: Adjusting Criminal Penalties To Reflect Human Rights ViolationsTom O’Malley
Edited by Ivana Bacik, Reid Professor Criminal Law, Criminology and Penology, Trinity College Dublin and Dr Liz Heffernan, Senior Lecturer and Fellow, Trinity College Dublin.