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Irish Criminal Law Journal - 2014

Harry Buggy  A Comparative Analysis of the Exclusionary Rule: The Laws of the United States and New Zealand
(2014) 24(1) ICLJ 2
Criminal Law; Unconstitutionally obtained evidence, Judicial Discretion, Deterrence, US Supreme Court Jurisprudence, Good Faith, Protectionist Approach
Ivan Peter Mulligan  The Applications of Neuroscience to Criminal Legal and Criminal Justice: A Critical Analysis of Risks and Potential Developments
(2014) 24(1) ICLJ 12
Criminal Law; Scientific Evidence, Criminal Justice Policy, Neurolaw, Mental Abnormality, Insanity Defences,
Joan Donnelly  Unruly Passengers on Board Aircraft: A Review of the Current Liability Regime
(2014) 24(2) ICLJ 34
Criminal Law; Anti-Social Conduct, International Civil Aviation Organisation, Aerial Terrorism, International Conventions, Jurisdiction, Extradition, Liability for Offences, Draft Protocol to the Tokyo Convention,
Mary Travers  Mail and Wire Fraud: the United States Prosecutors' “True Love”—Should Equivalent Offences be Enacted in Ireland? Part I
(2014) 24(2) ICLJ 46
Criminal Law; Federal Offences, Communication, Scheme to Defraud, Intention, Reasonable Foreseeability,
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