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  1. Publications

Analysis of Sentencing for Possession or Importation of Drugs for Sale or Supply

by Kelly Mackey Judicial Researchers’ Office

Analysis of Sentencing for Possession or Importation of Drugs for Sale or Supply

Report on the presentation made on the 18th April 2013 by Professor Estelle Baker on the Emerging Relevance of EU Law to Sentencing

by†Mark Collier†Irish Sentencing Information System Researcher

The Emerging Relevance of EU Law to Sentencing

Analysis of Sentencing in Robbery

by†Laura Butler†Judicial Researchers’ Office

Analysis of Sentencing in Robbery

Neutrality, Choice and Ownership in the Construction, Use and Adaptation of Judicial Decision Support Systems' International Journal of Law and Information Technology Vol6 No2.
by C. Tata
Neutrality Choice

‘The Application of Judicial Intelligence and "Rules" to Systems Supporting Discretionary Judicial Decision-Making’ Artificial Intelligence and Law Vol6 203-230.
by C. Tata
Artificial Intelligence and Law
"Resolute Ambivalence" International Review of Law, Computers and Technology Vol14(3) 297-316.†
by C. Tata
Resolute Ambivalence

C. Tata and N. Hutton ‘Beyond the Technology of Quick Fixes: Will the Judiciary Act to Protect Itself and Shore up Judicial Independence? Recent Findings from Scotland Federal Sentencing Reporter Vol 16 (1): 67-75.†

by C. Tata
Beyond the Technology of Quick Fixes
Analysis of Manslaughter Sentencing 2007-2012

by Michelle Lynch Judicial Researchers’ Office
Analysis of Manslaughter Sentencing 2007-2012

Recent Rape Sentencing Analysis: The WD Case & Beyond

byKatharinaCathaoir Judicial Researchers’ Office

Recent Rape Sentencing Analysis

The Irish Sentencing Information System (ISIS): A Practical Guide To A Practical Tool

by Brian Conroy, B.L. and Paul G. Gunning, B.L. (Researchers with the ISIS Pilot Project)

The Irish Sentencing Information System

Principles Of Sentencing: Towards A European Conversation

Paper delivered at Conference on "The Limits of the Criminal Law" at Leiden University, January 23, 2008 and subsequently published in Cupido (ed), Limits of Criminal Law (Nijmegen, 2008).

Towards A European Conversation

The Ends Of Sentence: Imprisonment And Early Release Decisions In Ireland

Paper delivered at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, June 2008 and due for publication in inPadfield, van Zyl Smith and DŁnkel (eds), Tom O'Malley, Release from Prison: European Policy and Practice (Willan Publishing, UK, January 2010).

Imprisonment And Early Release Decisions In Ireland

Sentencing Recidivist Sex Offenders: A Challenge For Proportionality

Paper delivered at Conference on Recent Developments in Criminal Law at Trinity College Dublin in December 2008 and subsequently published in Bacik and Heffernan (eds), Tom O'Malley, Criminal Law and Procedure: Current Issues and Emerging Trends (Dublin, FirstLaw, 2009), pp. 106-132

A Challenge For Proportionality

Towards a Strategy to Shore-Up Judicial Independence: Recent Experience from Scotland

Cyrus Tata, Simon Halliday, Neil Hutton, Fergus McNeill

Towards a Strategy to Shore-Up Judicial Independence


BOOK REVIEW

"Sentencing Law And Practice" (2nd Ed.)

(Thomson Round Hall, 2006)

Thomas O’Malley

The Hon Mr Justice Garrett Sheehan

Sentencing Law and Practice (Second Edition)