Jackson et al discuss the distinctive features of criminal trial by jury in Ireland, both north and south, to explain how the jury continues to survive within modern Ireland and how it also has managed to decline in significance.
John D. Jackson, Katie Quinn, and Tom O'Malley,
The Jury System in Contemporary Ireland: In the Shadow of a Troubled Past,
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