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  • Coffey, Gerard (Clarus Press on behalf of School of Law, Trinity College Dublin, 2008)
    The principle of double jeopardy operates as a proscription against retrials for the same criminal offence following a trial on the merits by a court of competent criminal jurisdiction concluding in an acquittal or ...
  • Coffey, Gerard (Clarus Press on behalf of School of Law, Trinity College Dublin, 2007)
    The common law principle against retrials, generally referred to as “the rule against double jeopardy,” proscribes retrials for the same criminal offence following a trial on the merits by a court of competent criminal ...
  • Coffey, Gerard (Thomson Reuters (Professional) Ireland Ltd, 2006)
    Double jeopardy jurisprudence evolved in the common law in response to the inherent deficiencies in medieval criminal procedure and the draconian punishments imposed on defendants. This common law principle proscribes ...
  • Coffey, Gerard (Thomson Reuters (Professional) Ireland Ltd.,, 2009)
    The common law principle against double jeopardy is a proscription against retrials for the same criminal offence following a trial on the merits by a court of competent criminal jurisdiction.1 The Minister for Justice, ...
  • Coffey, Gerard (Thomson Reuters (Professional) Ireland, Ltd, 2016)
    Protection against retrials for the same criminal offence is a fundamental principle of criminal justice and procedure in legal systems concerned with securing due process of law. The ancient common law prohibition on ...

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