Report of the Commission to consider legal procedures to deal with terrorist activities in Northern Ireland
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The Basic Problem
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accused Act N.I. actual bodily harm admissibility of confessions alleged confession ammunition or explosives apply charged circumstances common law conduct conviction court of law criminal courts criminal law criminal offence cross-examination custody Damage Act 1861 deal with terrorist Detention of Terrorists effect England European Convention extra-judicial process extremists fact firearms and explosives give evidence grievous bodily harm guilty incendiary devices inculpating himself falsely inculpatory admission indictable offence involved in terrorist Juvenile Court lethal object LORD DIPLOCK Loyalist members of terrorist minimum requirements MODE OF TRIAL Northern Ireland Office Northern Irish obtained offences listed offensive weapon onus of proof oral evidence paragraphs police officer procedures prosecution proved Provisional IRA questioning reason recommend Regulation 24A remand home result risk Scheduled Offences security authorities security forces sentence statement suspected technical rules terrorist activities terrorist crimes terrorist organisations Terrorists Northern Ireland training school trial by jury unlawful association violence young person