Irish criminal law
The Republic of Ireland has no set criminal code. Instead, criminal law is set out in a diverse range of statutes and court decisions. Crime is investigated by the police force, the Garda Síochána. Serious offences are prosecuted by the Director of Public Prosecutions in the name of the People of Ireland, and are normally tried before a jury, although terrorist, and increasingly organised crime, trials are held in the juryless Special Criminal Court.
- Committee, Criminal Law Codification Advisory. "criminal law codification advisory committee: statutory role". www.criminalcode.ie. Retrieved 2018-01-01.
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