These are the sources and citations used to research Law of Evidence - the admissibility of unconstitutionally and improperly obtained evidence in Ireland and the DPP v JC case. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on

  • Report

    Balance in the Criminal Law Review Group

    Balance in the Criminal Law Review Group - Final Report

    2007

    In-text: (Balance in the Criminal Law Review Group 166)

    Your Bibliography: Balance in the Criminal Law Review Group. Balance In The Criminal Law Review Group - Final Report. 2007. Web. 5 May 2020.

  • Newspaper

    Carolan, M.

    Supreme Court alters rule for criminal trial evidence

    2015 - The Irish Times

    In-text: (Carolan)

    Your Bibliography: Carolan, Mary. "Supreme Court Alters Rule For Criminal Trial Evidence." The Irish Times 2015. Web. 7 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Daly, Y. M.

    “A Revolution in Principle”? The Impact of the New Exclusionary Rule

    2018 - Criminal Law and Practice Review

    In-text: (Daly 1-17)

    Your Bibliography: Daly, Yvonne Marie. "“A Revolution In Principle”? The Impact Of The New Exclusionary Rule." Criminal Law and Practice Review 2 (2018): 1-17. Web. 7 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Daly, Y. M.

    Overruling the Protectionist Exclusionary Rule: DPP v JC

    2015 - The International Journal of Evidence & Proof

    In-text: (Daly 270-280)

    Your Bibliography: Daly, Yvonne Marie. "Overruling The Protectionist Exclusionary Rule: DPP V JC." The International Journal of Evidence & Proof 19.4 (2015): 270-280. Web. 4 May 2020.

  • Magazine

    Hamilton, C.

    Green Guards, Good Faith and the Exclusionary Rule

    2015 - Law Society Gazette

    In-text: (Hamilton 20-21)

    Your Bibliography: Hamilton, Claire. "Green Guards, Good Faith And The Exclusionary Rule." Law Society Gazette 2015: 20-21. Web. 8 May 2020.

  • Journal

    Ní Choileáin, C. and Bazarchina, A.

    Admissibility of unconstitutionally obtained evidence after DPP v JC

    2015 - The Bar Review

    In-text: (Ní Choileáin and Bazarchina 83-86)

    Your Bibliography: Ní Choileáin, Cecilia, and Anna Bazarchina. "Admissibility Of Unconstitutionally Obtained Evidence After DPP V JC." The Bar Review 20.4 (2015): 83-86. Web. 4 May 2020.

  • Journal

    O'Connell, A.

    Case Comment, D.P.P. v. J.C.

    2017 - Judicial Studies Journal of Ireland

    In-text: (O'Connell 66-69)

    Your Bibliography: O'Connell, Aisling. "Case Comment, D.P.P. V. J.C.." Judicial Studies Journal of Ireland 1 (2017): 66-69. Web. 8 May 2020.

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