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What Is It You Haven't Told Me?
Disclosure is an essential feature of the criminal justice process. If not done correctly, it can cause issues for both prosecutors and accused and can jeopardise the successful prosecution of a case.
Ireland
14 Sep 2017
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Think About Your Documents: Discovery In Judicial Review Proceedings
Can you get discovery in judicial review proceedings? Yes you can, as the Public Accounts Committee found out when the High Court granted discovery against it...
Ireland
27 Nov 2015
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Showing Utmost Contempt: Enforcing A Court Order Against A Company
If the company wilfully disobeys the court judgment/order, you can apply to the High Court to have it enforced.
Ireland
6 Nov 2015
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Lay Litigants & Adjournments On Medical Grounds
The English High Court considered this question recently in a case involving a lay litigant who alleged that a cognitive impairment meant that he was unable to properly conduct the proceedings.
Ireland
26 May 2015
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Don’t Delay In Bringing An Application To Strike Out Proceedings
A recent decision of the High Court offers some useful guidance on the appropriate time for a defendant to bring an application to strike out proceedings for delay or want of prosecution.
Ireland
19 Feb 2015
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