The Irish Courts

Esther Barron
Mind Map by Esther Barron, updated more than 1 year ago
Esther Barron
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CSPE Mind Map on The Irish Courts, created by Esther Barron on 01/27/2015.

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The Irish Courts
1 Civil cases deal with disputes between individuals. Criminal cases involve the prosecution of crimes.
2 The District Court is the lowest court in the Irish court system. It deals with more minor criminal offences and civil cases involving sums of less than €6,348.69 (£5,000 in old Irish money).
3 The Circuit Court deals with more serious criminal offences and civil cases involving greater amounts of money.
4 The High Court deals with the most serious civil and criminal cases. When sitting as a criminal court it is called the Central Criminal Court and there is a jury.
5 The Special Criminal Court is used to try those accused of being members of paramilitary organisations such as the IRA, or of leading organised crime.
6 The Supreme Court is the highest court in Ireland. It usually hears appeals about technical points of law.
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